2006 ASIAN PRIVATE EQUITY & VENTURE FORUM — CHINA
G LOBAL P ERSPECTIVE — L OCAL O PPORTUNITIES
CHINA: BRIDGE TO A NEW GLOBAL
PRIVATE EQUITY AND VENTURE MODEL
JUNE 26-28, 2006 • GRAND H YATT BEIJING, CHINA
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2006 ASIAN PRIVATE EQUITY & VENTURE FORUM — CHINA
June 26-28, 2006 • Grand Hyatt Beijing
MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2006 4:30 PM TH E STATE’S SCI ENCE AND TECH NOLOGY
INNOVATION STRATEGY – OPPORTUNITIES FOR
6:30 PM REGISTRATION CHINA’S VENTURE CAPITAL
Ever since the era of “Self-Strengthening,” China has sought
6:30 - 8:00 PM WELCOME AND COCKTAIL RECEPTION to buttress its global position by rigorous self-improvement.
Science and technology has been the key area where official
policy meets venture investment – in China as elsewhere
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2006 worldwide. Panelists discuss the opportunities as well as the
challenges for investors.
8:00 AM BREAKFAST AND REGISTRATION
• What is the strategy?
8:50 AM WELCOMING REMARKS • How do local and overseas investors participate?
• Tapping China’s innovation core—Tsinghua University and
the Zhongguancun Science Park
9:00 AM CHINA — BEYOND THE 2008 BEIJING OLYMPICS
The Chinese economy is clearly on a roll through the 2008
5:30 PM DAY 1 CONCLUDES
Olympics, but what happens afterwards? Will the financial,
legal and service infrastructure be in place to continue the 6:30 PM COCKTAIL RECEPTION
country’s extraordinary growth and development? What BEIJING HALL, 18/F, THE BEIJING HOTEL
role will the Capital City—with its universities and thriving venture
community—play in post-Olympics’ China? 7:30 PM BANQUET DINNER
BEIJING HALL, 18/F, THE BEIJING HOTEL
9:45 AM KEYNOTE ADDRESS: EXPLAINING PRIVATE EQUITY
AND VENTURE CAPITAL: DOES CHINA OFFER A WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2006
NEW GLOBAL MODEL — HYPER-GROWTH AND
STRONG CASH FLOW 8:00 AM BREAKFAST
10:30 AM TEA & COFFEE BREAK 8:50 AM DAY TWO WELCOME
11:00 AM BUYOUT OPPORTU N ITI ES FOR OVERSEAS 9:00 AM GPS: RAISING A CHINA FUND:
INVESTORS China as a theme has pushed global LP interest in Asia to
China’s buyout sector is still finding its way with the first new heights. Sensitive to the macro story, and compelled to
sizeable deals and every sign of an official welcome for invest their allocations, institutions have been increasingly
investors. Despite regulatory changes, double digit GDP receptive to the China investment theme. But not all LPs
growth, and an emerging deal infrastructure, the Government share an equal interest in or commitment to the market.
has yet to announce an official policy. Panelists provide a How to raise a China Fund?
roadmap for the future. • The right structure: local versus regional, opportunistic versus
• Working with the Chinese authorities on SOE buyouts
• Headline legal and accounting issues
• Where are the most attractive opportunities • Likely LPs
• Exits: how Chinese IPOs have fared?
• Regulatory review and update
10:00 AM TEA & COFFEE BREAK
12:15 PM LUNCHEON
10:30 AM ENTREPRENEURS: FUNDRAISING STRATEGIES FOR
2:00 PM CHINA LINKS IN WITH GLOBAL VC FIRMS: EARLY AND LATER STAGE
ENGINE FOR THE NEW MODEL Raising capital for new enterprises in China can take diverse
routes. Familiar strategies from the West must reflect local
Partnering with local venture funds has become the entry
variations and innovations. With a banking sector geared to
strategy of choice for overseas firms as well as a powerful
underwriting state-owned enterprises, entrepreneurs have
engine to drive China’s entrepreneurial revolution. Panelists long found their own ways to attract capital.
from hi-tech hot spots around the globe discuss the
relationships that are driving the deals in their markets. • What investors look for in the business plan?
• Management, management, and management
• Silicon Valley • Where the money is—beyond the bank
• Israel, European VCs
11:30 AM LIMITED PARTNERS ON CHINA
China has consistently placed among the top destinations
3:00 PM TEA & COFFEE BREAK
for foreign direct investments in recent years. Yet the volume
of inward private equity investments remains low when
3:30 PM CHINA INVESTMENT STRATEGIES compared with other Asian countries. But can promising
China’s continuous economic growth has brought with it an Mainland opportunities be ignored any longer? Will local
increasing spectrum of investment opportunities. Global institutions and RMB vehicles fill the void and provide the
investors, armed with the latest in financial ideas and vehicles, key to fund-raising success? Leading local and international
have not failed to keep up the pace to profit from the Middle institutional investors provide perspective.
Kingdom. Panelists from different disciplines discuss new
and old strategies for private equity in the China market. 12:30 PM LUNCHEON
• Co-investments 2:00 PM CONCLUDING REMARKS
• Cross border portfolio companies CONFERENCE CONCLUDES
• Leveraging on China’s technology opportunities
V i s i t w w w. A s i a n F N. c o m f o r c o n t i n u o u s s p e a k e r u p d a t e s
K E Y N O T E S P E A K E R S
HAO LU JAMES H. BOETTCHER YICHEN ZHANG CHANGTAI SUN
Vice Mayor General Partner Chief Executive Officer Chairman
Beijing Municipal Focus Ventures CITIC Capital Beijing International
People's Government (U.S.A.) (China) Investment Promotion Committee
C O N F I R M E D S P E A K E R S ( P a r t i a l L i s t )
HONG GUO (China) YAN XIONG (China)
Deputy Director President
Zhongguancun Science Park CBEX
Mr. Guo is Deputy Director of The People’s Government of Beijing Mr. Xiong is the principal founder of the China Beijing Equity
Municipality Administrative Committee of Zhongguancun Science Exchange (CBEX), which is a merger of the China-Zhongguancun
Park. Previously he served as General Manager of Investment Consultation Technology & Equity Exchange (CTEE) and the Beijing Assets and Equity
Department in China Enterprises Stock System Consultant Company. Mr. Guo Exchange. Previously Mr. Xiong was a professor at Harbin Institute of Technology
has a Bachelor’s degree from Chengdu University of Science and Technology (HIT) and General Manager of HIT Trade & Business Co. Mr. Xiong holds a
and an MBA from University of International Business and Economics. Bachelor’s in Engineering and a Master’s in Economics from HIT.
JIAN GAO (China) MARKUS ABLEITINGER
Professor & Associate Director Director
National Entrepreneurship Research Center, Tsinghua University Capital Dynamics
Dr. Gao is a professor of the Department of Technology Economics Mr. Ableitinger has over 9 years private equity direct and fund of
and Management. He is a lecturer on venture capital and private funds investment experience. Prior to joining Capital he was a
equity, entrepreneurial finance, and venturing process and policy. His areas of senior investment manager at RMF’s private equity division and held managing
academic research include innovation, technology transition strategy and positions at the growth capital fund of INVESCO CEAM and Clifford Chance
system of firm, S&T takeoff and resources allocation, and science park strategy. Puender in Moscow, where he lead the auditing and tax division, and OMV
He obtained his PhD in 1996 from the School of Economics and Management AG and Price Waterhouse Coopers in Vienna. Mr. Ableitinger holds a degree
at Tsinghua University. in Business Economics from University Innsbruck and wrote his Master’s thesis
at St. Gallen Graduate School of Business Administration.
VINCENT CHAN (Hong Kong)
Managing Director, North Asia CADOL CHEUNG (Hong Kong)
JAFCO Asia Managing Director
Intel Capital Asia Pacific
Mr. Chan has served as Head of North Asia of JAFCO Asia and as
one of the three members of its Investment Committee since 2000. Mr. Cheung joined Intel Capital Asia Pacific in 2000. He is
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Chan worked 9 years in private equity in Hong responsible for the management of the firm’s equity investment
Kong, including Suez Asia and HSBC Private Equity (Asia). Before his career activities in the region and acquisitions in companies that help grow the
in private equity, he spent several years in corporate finance for Standard internet economy worldwide, including internet infrastructure, content and
Chartered Asia. Mr. Chan has an MBA from Manchester Business School and service companies. Previously Mr. Cheung held various management positions
is a CFA. He is the current Chairman of the Hong Kong Venture Capital and with Intel in both Shanghai and Hong Kong. He has an MBA from Chinese
Private Equity Association. University of Hong Kong and is a member of Institute of Electrical Engineers
(MIEE) in the UK.
CLAUDIA FAN MUNCE (U.S.A.)
JIM HILDEBRANDT (Hong Kong)
IBM Venture Capital Group
Bain Capital Asia LLC
Ms. Fan Munce has been Managing Director of the IBM Venture
Capital Group since March 2004. In addition to this role, she is Mr. Hildebrandt joined Bain Capital in 2005. Prior to joining the
also Vice President, Corporate Strategy. She has been a key business and firm, he was a partner at Bain & Company, where he worked for 18
technical leader since IBM began its outreach to the venture community in years, helping to establish the Asian offices in China, Southeast Asia, Korea
2000. Ms. Fan Munce joined IBM Research Division in 1985 and held many and Australia. Mr. Hildebrandt had regional responsibility for the Asian
technical and business leadership positions. Born in Taiwan and raised in Private Equity Practice, as well as the China and Southeast Asia Financial
Brazil, she has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Services Practice. He served on the Global Operating and Compensation
Science from Santa Clara University and an MBA from Stanford University. Committees. Previously Mr. Hildebrandt was a lawyer at Bennett Jones in
Canada, focusing on securities and corporate law. Mr. Hildebrandt has an
MBA from Stanford Business School.
JOHANNA KLEIN (Philippines)
Structured Finance Specialist MING LU (Hong Kong)
Asian Development Bank Managing Director
Ms. Klein is an investment officer at ADB, whose portfolio includes KKR Asia
29 funds and commitments in excess of US$350 million, mostly Mr. Lu is Managing Director of KKR Asia, based in the firm’s Hong
dedicated to private equity funds in Asian emerging markets. Ms. Klein Kong office. Previously Mr. Lu was a partner in the Hong Kong
previously worked for the Deutsche Bank Microdevelopment Fund (MDF), office of CCMP Capital (formerly JP Morgan Partners Asia). Before that, he
where she monitored the portfolio of loans to microfinance institutions and worked at Lucas Varity for two years, first as Vice President, Corporate
helped write the placement memorandum for the Global Commercial Development, and then as President, Asia Pacific, overseeing a strategic shift
Microfinance Consortium. Ms. Klein has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School from internal growth to external expansion through acquisitions. Mr. Lu also
of Management and an MSc in political economy from London School of worked formerly with Kraft Foods International. Mr. Lu has a BA from Wuhan
Economics. University in China and an MBA from University of Leuven in Belgium.
Q. Y. MA (China) NEIL SHEN (China)
Managing Partner Founding Managing Partner
Time Innovation Ventures Sequoia Capital China
Dr. Ma is the Managing Partner of TIV, a venture capital firm Mr. Shen co-founded Sequoia China in 2005. Previously he was
focused on funding technology start-ups and joint ventures in President and CFO of Ctrip.com International, the largest travel
China. Dr. Ma has over 20 years of R&D managerial and operational experience consolidator in China, which he co-founded in 1999 and currently serves as a
in North America. His expertise includes microelectronics, superconductivity, board director. Mr. Shen also co-founded Home Inns, the leading economy
RF circuits, MRI, biomedical devices, technology transfer and hi-tech start- hotel chain in China, and still acts as its Deputy Chairman. He is also a
ups. Previously an Associate Professor at Columbia University, Harvard University board director of Focus Media, the largest out-of-home digital media concern
Medical School and Hong Kong University, he has published over 160 papers in China. Voted “Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2004 by Asian Venture Journal,
and obtained 7 patents and the National Science Foundation Career Award. Mr. Shen has a Master’s degree from the School of Management at Yale
C O N F I R M E D S P E A K E R S ( P a r t i a l L i s t )
SONNY WU (China) HANG MICHAEL XU (Hong Kong)
Managing Director Managing Director
GSR Ventures TVG Capital Partners
Mr. Wu manages the GSR Ventures China office and focuses on Mr. Xu is a managing director of TVG Capital Partners. He has
investments in Wireless/Telecom and the Semiconductors ventures. been involved in Asian communications businesses for over 12
Mr. Wu was Founder and Chairman of Asia Wireless Technology, the first dual years. He was formerly Chief Financial Officer of Bitfone Corp. and LinkAir
mode Mobile Virtual Network venture in China. He previously worked for Communications, Vice President at The Carlyle Group, Senior Investment
Nortel Networks, where he set up and managed several joint ventures in Officer at Emerging Markets Partnership, and Financial Analyst at Goldman
China. He was also instrumental in the formation of Shanghai ASMC, a Sachs & Co. Mr. Xu is currently a board member of several communication
pioneering semiconductor foundry. Mr. Wu grew up in China and has degrees companies in Asia. He has a BA in Math/Economics from Wesleyan University
from University of British Columbia, University of California Berkley (EECS) and an MBA from Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
and MIT, a Sloan Fellow.
PAUL LIU (China)
JOE CHEN (China) Executive Director & CFO
CEO & Chairman Three on the Bund
Oak Pacific Interactive Mr. Liu joined House of Three Limited in 2000. Before joining the
Mr. Chen is the Chairman and CEO of Oak Pacific Interactive. company he was Executive Director with CIMIC Holdings, a
Previously he was Senior Vice President of SUHO.com, CEO and diversified Shanghai-based manufacturing company, where he was responsible
Chairman of ChinaRen.com and North Asian Regional Manager for Altec for group-wide corporate finance and business development. As well, Mr. Liu
Industries. Mr. Chen has a Bachelor of Science from Delaware State University, was formerly a managing director with Bank of America in Hong Kong, where
a Master’s in Engineering from MIT and an MBA from Stanford University he oversaw a team of fixed income salespersons in Hong Kong and Singapore,
Business School. whose clients included institutional investors in Asia and the Middle East. Mr.
Liu has a Master’s degree from John Hopkins University School of Advanced
YONGQUAN TAN (China)
Chief Operating Officer YONGHONG WANG (China)
Mr. Tan is Chief Operating Officer at Bokee.com, the largest Zhonghong Group
blogging company in China. Mr. Tan has a wealth of experience Mr. Wang is President of the Zhonghong Group. The group was
in telecom, internet and computer services. As one of the founders of China established in 1994 and has been involved in real estate marketing
Telecom’s information service team, Mr.Tan played a key role in expanding a since 1999. Zhonghong Group developed Wanjing Business Street and other
three-person team into a successful IT service company in China. Before projects. Its subsidiary, Zhonghong Investment, developed the RMB2 billion
joining Bokee, he worked at Legend Capital, an active venture capital firm in “Noncentral-Zhonghong International Business Garden” project, which is
China. Mr. Tan has an MBA from Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. under the government’s new city layout policy and is the model of marginal
He also has a Master’s from Beijing University of Posts and Tecommunications. group development construction on the basis of its new low density business
garden form. The project was a key program of the Beijing Government in
2004 and 2005.
DAVID PATRICK EICH (U.S.A.)
Kirkland & Ellis ROBERT MAST (U.S.A.)
Mr. Eich represents financial sponsors and their affiliates in multi- Managing Director
jurisdictional leveraged buyouts and other complex private equity Monument Group
transactions in Europe, the US and Asia. Dual-qualified in the US and UK as Mr. Mast joined Monument Group in February 1996. Prior to
an attorney and solicitor respectively, Mr. Eich is leading the expansion of the joining the group he was a consultant at Cambridge Associates,
firm’s global private equity practice to Asia and will be the senior partner in where he specialized in working with a variety of the firm’s institutional and
the Hong Kong office expected to open in 2006. His firm was recognized by family group clients on alternative asset investing. Mr. Mast was also formerly
Chambers & Partners as the “International Private Equity Law Firm of the Year” Vice President at Venture Economics Information Services, a division of Securities
in 2002 and “US Private Equity Law Firm of the Year” in 2003. Data Company, where he worked internationally with institutions and
governmental entities designing and helping implement private equity
investment programs. Mr. Mast has a BS in Chemical Engineering from
STEPHEN CANNON (U.S.A.) Princeton University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Managing Director, Investment Banking
WR Hambrecht & Co.
PATRICIA DINNEEN (U.S.A.)
Mr. Cannon is a senior member of WR Hambrecht's Asia investment Managing Director
banking practise, with a focus on China based companies. Mr. Siguler Guff & Co.
Cannon has over 13 years of investment banking and merchant banking
experience with Wall Street firms such as Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette, Solomon Dr. Dinneen has primary day-to-day responsibility for managing
Brothers, and Smith Barney. His career has spanned many industry groups the BRIC Opportunities Fund. Prior to joining the firm in 2004,
including wireless and technology companies in Silicon Valley, as well as she was at Cambridge Associates, an independent financial consulting firm,
product groups including M&A, equity, high yield and restructurings. Mr. where she led the emerging markets private equity advisory business, including
Cannon was actively involved in several LBO and private equity transactions asset allocation planning, market research, manager searches and due
in DLJ's Merchant Banking funds. diligence. Dr. Dinneen received her BA in Soviet Economics and Russian
Studies from University of Pennsylvania, her MSc in Soviet Economics from
London School of Economics and her PhD in Economics from Massachusetts
STUART SCHONBERGER (China)
Institute of Technology, specializing in regulatory economics and technology.
CDH Investments YOUMING YE (China)
Prior to founding CDH, Mr. Schonberger was a Vice President in President
CICC’s private equity group since 1998. From 1987 to 1994, Mr. Jordan China
Schonberger was a Vice President at The First National Bank of Chicago in Mr. Ye is responsible for leading all Jordan business development
New York providing corporate finance services to the insurance industry. After activities in China and the Far East, including coordinating the
leaving First Chicago, he returned to China to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, firm's companies and affiliates with wholly-owned operations, JVs and
becoming the founding partner in two joint ventures and providing advisory acquisitions. Mr. Ye has a key role in leading negotiations, due diligence,
services to a number of foreign companies regarding their operations in China. corporate governance and post-investment integration efforts for all Jordan
Mr. Schonberger received his M.B.A. from New York University’s Graduate investments in China and Asia. In addition, Mr. Ye currently serves as a
School of Business and B.A. from Wesleyan University. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for 10 Jordan invested companies in China
director of GEM Services, Inc. and the Far East. Prior to joining Jordan, Mr. Ye worked with CITIC in different
managerial roles in China as well as abroad.
VALERIE COOPER (China)
Director BAY CHONG CHIN (China)
Asia Alternatives Managing Partner, Asia Pacific
Ms. Cooper is Director and Head of the Beijing office for Asia Actis
Alternatives. She joined C. M. Capital Corporation (CMC) in Mr. Chin is responsible for all of Actis’s activities in Asia Pacific.
2001, where she managed a private equity portfolio with inception in 1980 He is also a member of Actis’s Management Committee. Mr.
comprising over 85 funds and over 35 firms. She was a Portfolio Manager of Chin joined CDC Capital Partners in 2002, prior to the creation of Actis in
CMC, the investment arm of Cha Group. In 2005 Ms. Cooper served on the 2004. He has an extremely impressive track record as a private equity investor
Institutional Limited Partners Association board. Ms. Cooper holds a Bachelor with over 13 years’ experience of investing in the Asia Pacific region. He has
of Science degree in Finance from Rockford College and an MBA in Finance held senior management positions at Morgan Stanley Asia Private Equity,
and International Business from DePaul University. She is based in Beijing. DMG Development Capital Fund and the Asian Strategic Capital Fund. Mr.
Chin has an MBA from University of California.
V i s i t w w w. A s i a n F N. c o m f o r c o n t i n u o u s s p e a k e r u p d a t e s
C O N F I R M E D S P E A K E R S ( P a r t i a l L i s t )
XIANGYU OUYANG BRIAN CHIANG (China)
Managing Director (China)
Legend Capital Walden International
Mr. Ouyang joined Legend Capital in April 2004. He presides Mr. Chiang focuses on Walden International’s investment and
over the firm’s investment activities in digital media and is a operations in China. With over 12 years of extensive cross border
member of the Investment Committee. Mr. Ouyang has over 15 years experience VC experience in the firm, Mr. Chiang has successfully invested in the internet,
in China’s IT industry and a wide business network in design, manufacturing, electronics, semiconductor and telecommunications industries. Mr. Chiang
sales of system products and client services. Previously Mr. Ouyang was with also has extensive experience in funding technology start up. He received a
Legend Group, as General Manager of Notebook Distribution Business Unit, BSCC in Electrical Engineering from California State University and an MBA
General Manager of Business Development, Assistant President of Levono from University of Southern California.
Group and General Manager of Broadband Networks and Servers.
YIGAL LIVNE (Israel) FAN BAO (China)
Managing General Partner Founder & CEO
China Israel Ventures Co. China Renaissance
Mr. Livne has over 25 years of operational experience in the software Mr. Bao is the founder and CEO of China Renaissance. Prior to
industry. Over the last seven years he has served as a board founding the firm in 2004, Mr. Bao was Chief Strategy Officer of
member for 10 private and two public companies traded in the NASDAQ. Mr. AsiaInfo Holdings, a leading IT service and software company in China. Mr.
Livne previously served as Executive Vice President of Tecnomatix Technologies, Bao was also formerly an investment banker with Morgan Stanley and Credit
where he was instrumental in three rounds of NASDAQ financing for the firm. Suisse, advising numerous leading international companies on their equity
Mr. Livne was also formerly Director of Business Development at Oshap and debt financings, M&A and restructurings. Mr. Bao has also worked
Technologies. extensively with leading China corporations. He led the execution of the $5.6
billion IPO of China Unicom, one of the largest IPOs from Chinese issuers.
HONG SU (China)
Director, Large-Scale Activities Department
Beijing Investment Promotion Bureau
XIAOPING XIU (China)
Mr. Su is currently Director of the Large-Scale Activities Department Deputy Director
in Beijing Investment Promotion Bureau and Commissary of Torch Center, MOST
Centre Communication Commission in China National Democratic
Construction Association. Previously Mr. Su was Vice General Manager of
Grand-Epoch-City International Conference Exhibition Limited, a part of
CITIC Group. Mr. Su holds a MBA from Renmin University of China.
A BOUT OUR S PONSORS
With an overall strategy to enable innovation, Intel Capital seeks out and invests in promising technology companies
worldwide. We focus on both established and new technologies that help to develop industry standard solutions, drive global
Internet growth, facilitate new usage models, and advance the computing and communications platforms.
As part of Intel Corporation, Intel Capital calls on some of its best and brightest to evaluate prospective investments, offer business and technology
guidance to our portfolio companies, and provide unrivaled access to the latest developments in the industry. We are among the largest venture capital
entities in the world with offices in established and emerging markets around the world.
Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$4 billion in approximately 1,000 companies in more than 30 countries. In that time, about 160
portfolio companies have been acquired by other companies and another 150 have gone public on various exchanges around the world.
Walden International is a leading global venture capital firm with approximately US$1.6 billion under management.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, the firm has investment professionals on the ground in San Francisco, Palo Alto, Taipei,
Singapore, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Bangalore, Mumbai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. Leveraging this broad
international network, Walden International has provided start-up capital, strategic counsel and operational expertise to
emerging growth technology companies since its inception in 1987. The firm focuses on early stage companies in the communications, software, Internet,
semiconductors, electronics, and life sciences sectors. Walden International’s experienced professionals work closely with the firm’s portfolio companies
within these sectors - helping them to build solid management teams, form strategic partnerships across countries and continents, expand customer rosters,
globalize and strengthen their market positions.
TVG Capital Partners
Founded in 1998, TVG Capital Partners Limited (“TVG”) is the largest private equity investor focused on the
Communications, Media and Technology sectors in Asia, originating, structuring and acting as a principal in such investments. With a portfolio of 24
investments, TVG manages over US$700 million in committed capital from investors worldwide and is the largest firm with its particular sector focus in the
Asia Pacific region.
TVG professionals have over 75 years of experience in the broader Communications, Media and Technology businesses as operators, consultants, bankers
and investors. TVG leverages this significant base of core expertise to select the companies and markets with the greatest potential. TVG invests in
businesses at varying levels of development with a focus on later stage transactions including expansion, control and buyouts.
TVG was voted “Firm of the Year” for 2001 in an annual poll conducted by the Asian Venture Capital Journal. TVG has offices in Hong Kong, India, and
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