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Kirk M. Beaton is a partner of Lexington Partners and manager of Lexington’s Hong Kong office. Mr. Beaton is engaged in the origination and evaluation of secondary purchases of Asian private equity and alternative investments, and sourcing Asian co-investment opportunities for funds managed by Lexington. Prior to moving to Hong Kong in 2011 to open the Lexington office, Mr. Beaton spent eight years as an investment professional in London with Lexington. Mr. Beaton was previously an analyst in investment banking at Morgan Stanley.
Mr. Beaton graduated from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow with an LLB (Honors) and Universität Hamburg and Universidad Complutense de Madrid with a European masters in economics and law.
Mr. Jin Ho Chai is a Partner and Head of Investment Division II at STIC. He joined STIC in 2010, and played roles of deal sourcing, execution, and portfolio management. He played key roles in STIC’s secondary and special opportunity strategies. Mr. Chai has extensive network and capability to make proprietary deals, which differentiates the fund’s investment portfolio from those of competitors.
Prior to joining STIC, Mr. Chai was the chief executive officer and co-founder of GoldenPole, a corporate restructuring consultancy firm. Before that, he was a project manager at Korea Corporate Restructuring Corporation (KCRC), an M&A advisor for distressed companies. He began his career as an equity research analyst at Shinyoung Securities in 1998.
Mr. Chai holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in economics from Seoul National University.
- The Hill School (1992–1996)
- University of Southern California - Bachelor of Economics and East Asian Cultures and Languages (1996-2001)
- Yonsei University - Master of Business Administration (2010-2013)
- Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (2018.09-present)
Head of Invest KOREA
- Oversee foreign direct investment (FDI) attraction activities (investor targeting, investment promotion, etc.)
- Manage overseas investment (including outbound M&A)
- Cooperate with government, domestic & foreign agencies on inbound/outbound FDI
- Incheon Global Campus Foundation (2013.08-2018.08)
University Relations Team
- Attracted foreign universities (The State University of New York, George Mason University Korea, The University of Utah Asia Campus, etc.) and supported campus operations
- Conducted national projects and tasks including the establishment of bio-centers
- Established the business incubator center and attracted foreign accelerators & VC
- CBRE Korea (2007.06-2010.06)
Manager, Consulting Team
- Created and consulted on real estate asset optimization portfolios
- Consulted on financial validity and risk management of overseas projects
사모크레딧팀의딜소싱, 구조화, 투자기회검토및딜조건협상등모든의사결정프로세스수행.
Adams Street Partners 입사전Goldman Sachs사deal team leader로서다수의private debt vehicle 운용(최초Business Development Company(BDC) 투자포함), 크레딧리뷰, 파이낸싱구조화, 비즈니스실사, 투자위원회참여, 딜조건및법률문서조정등을담당.
Goldman Sachs 이전Fifth Street 자산운용, Greenhill & Co., Golden Arc Capital 및Banc of America Securities에서근무. Lehman Brothers 크레딧파생팀에서유관커리어를시작.
현재사모크레딧투자심의위원회(Investment Committee) 의원및포트폴리오구성위원회(Portfolio Construction Committee) 의원.
Managing Director, joined CVC in 2016. Myunghoon is a member of the CVC Korea team and is based in Seoul.
Prior to joining CVC, Myunghoon worked at the Carlyle Group's Asia buyout team. Myunghoon received his BS in mechanical engineering from Seoul National University, MA in international economics from John Hopkins University SAIS and MBA from INSEAD.
Jim Hildebrandt is a Managing Director of Bain Capital in Hong Kong and a founder of the Bain Capital Asia business.
Prior to joining Bain Capital, Mr. Hildebrandt was a partner at Bain & Company, helping to establish Asian offices in China, Korea, Southeast Asia and Australia. Mr. Hildebrandt served on the Global Operating and Compensation Committees, and had regional leadership responsibility for the Private Equity and Financial Services Practices.
Mr. Hildebrandt received an MBA from Stanford Business School and graduated as the Henry Ford II Scholar. He received a JD from the University of Toronto and studied Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario.
Andy Ho is Managing Director and Chief Investment Executive of VinaCapital, where he oversees the capital markets, private equity, fixed income and venture capital investment teams. Previously, Mr. Ho was Director of Investment at Prudential Vietnam’s fund management company, where he managed the capital markets portfolio and Prudential’s bank investment strategy. He has also held management positions at Dell Ventures (the investment group of Dell Computer Corporation) and Ernst & Young. Mr. Ho is a leading authority on capital markets investment, privatisations, and private equity deals and structures in Vietnam, where he has led private placement deals totalling over USD700 million. He holds an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a Certified Public Accountant in the United States.
Mr. Kim joined PAG in March 2010 and is a Partner and Chief Operating Officer of PAG Private Equity, the private equity arm of PAG, based in Hong Kong. He is a member of the Investment Team for PAG Asia Capital, which manages the firm’s buyout funds. He is also responsible for investor relations and fundraising activities for the firm’s private equity buyout and growth strategies. Mr. Kim has over 20 years of experience in investment banking, including 15 years at Lehman Brothers in New York, Los Angeles, Seoul and Hong Kong. Prior to joining PAG in 2010, Mr. Kim was head of the Asia Financial Institutions Group at Nomura International and Lehman Brothers.
Mr. Kim received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Yale College, a Master of Science degree in aeronautics from Caltech and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Eric J. Kim is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Goodwater Capital, a global venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley with over $800 million in AUM. Eric has led investments into leading digital companies such as Kakao (IPO – KOSDAQ:035720), Musical.ly (acquired by Bytedance / Tik Tok), Coupang, Xendit, Zenefits, Memebox, Frank & Oak, Viva Republica (Toss), Pager, Tophatter, Simple Health, Everlywell, Anomalie, and Dote.
Prior to co-founding Goodwater, Eric was a Managing Director at Maverick Capital where he helped to build Maverick's private investment practice during his tenure. Eric was also on the executive team of two technology companies spun out of Stanford University. Eric began his career as a consultant with McKinsey & Company.
Eric first learned to code as an undergrad at Yale University where he majored in Cognitive Science (Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude) and was a member of the Grammy-nominated Yale Cellos. Eric also received an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Eric serves on the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins Alliance for Science and Technology and the board of St. Thomas More Chapel at Yale University.
Mr. Kim is a member of the Asia team, and focuses on both investments such as primary funds and co-investments, and business developments across the board from private equity/debt through real estate to infrastructure.
Prior to StepStone, Mr. Kim was Head of Private Equity at Asian Development Bank (ADB), where he was responsible for investing in funds of private equity, venture capital and infrastructure across Asia and the Pacific. Prior to ADB, Mr. Kim worked at El Paso (Singapore) Corporation where he managed a number of M&A deals in the power and gas sectors, primarily in Korea and Japan. Prior to that, he worked for a Korean conglomerate focused on global energy business development, with a particular focus on Kazakhstan and the Georgia Republic in 1990’s.
Mr. Kim graduated with a BBA from Sogang University in Korea and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in the US.
About StepStone Group
StepStone is a global private markets firm providing customized investment and advisory solutions to some of the most sophisticated investors in the world. With U$240 billion of total allocations, including U$40 billion assets under management, we cover the spectrum of opportunities in private markets across the globe. We prudently integrate fund investments, secondaries and co-investments across private equity, real estate, infrastructure and private debt to create solutions that are customized according to objectives of any private market investment program.
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Yi-Dongis the Head of Deal Advisory 5 in KPMG Korea, with over 17 years experience asa partner specializing in financial advisory services (Fund Investment Advisory& Corporate Finance).
Yi-Dong focuses on providing corporate finance and investment advisory services, including mezzanine investment fund, merger and acquisitions, private equity investments, joint ventures, and valuation services.
Regarding M&A services, Yi-Dong recently provided buyer-side advisory services for the acquisition of Wonbang Tech Co., Ltd., and KCI Limited. He also provided sell-side advisory services for the sale of KDA Ltd., Donghae Machinery & Aviation Co., Ltd., and NOX Corp.
Regarding private equity investments, he provided numerous advisory services to the private equity such as Affinity Capital (acquisition of HK Savings Bank), IMM PE (acquisition of cosmetic company and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries), Crescendo Capital Partners (investment in semiconductor manufacturer and Hancom), and Bain Capital (acquisition and sale of Carver Korea, and acquisition of Hugel)
Regarding Valuation services, Yi-Dong performed various DCF valuations of corporations (such as Yahoo Korea, Kia Motors and LG Card) subject to Primary-CBO.
As for mezzanine deal experience, Yi-Dong established aircraft acquisition fund to successfully raise capital from Korean institutional investors for its project fund (acquisition of 2 A330 Aircrafts)
As for US deal experience, Yi-Dong established the investment fund of KRW 100 billion for Chapter 11 companies with Aladdin Capital in the U.S., and advised on the investments of the fund. Furthermore, he also established the ABS investment fund of KRW 340 billion, using the U.S. bailout loans including term asset backed loan facility with U.S-based BelstarGroup and advised on the investments of the fund.
Lastly, Yi-Dong has advised on a number of institutions, including Korea Investment Corporation, Government Employees Pension Service, Public Officials Benefit Association and Dongbu Fire Insurance, and investments on an individual project basis.
Dennis Kwan is the Regional Head of Asia Pacific and a member of the Global Leadership of MVision Private Equity Advisers. MVision is widely recognized as one of the leading private equity capital raising firms with a long-standing reputation for working with current and future market leaders across the globe, in both the developed and emerging markets.
At MVision, Dennis is involved in global origination as well as managing global fundraisings, and developing and maintaining investor relationships. He is an experienced private equity and infrastructure professional with a strong management consulting and restructuring experience in Asia and Europe.
Prior to joining MVision, Dennis spent seven years with Sumitomo Mitsui Trust (Hong Kong), a subsidiary of one of the largest trust banks in Japan. At Sumitomo Mitsui Trust, he focused on private equity and infrastructure fund investments. Prior to Sumitomo Mitsui Trust, he was a senior advisor at KPMG Business Advisory Practice, where he has led numerous restructuring, reorganization and performance improvement initiatives. Dennis also held various senior roles at Sony Corporation in both Asia and Europe.
Dennis received an MBA from Henley Business School, University of Reading and Bachelor of Commerce in Finance (With Distinction) from the University of Alberta. He is also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
VIG파트너스(VIG)의 창립 맴버 중 한 명인 이철민 대표는, VIG에 합류하기 이전에 보스턴컨설팅그룹 (BCG) 에서 Senior Project Leader로 재직하며 다양한 기업 전략 도출, M&A를 위한 실사 및 자문, 구조조정, 인수 후 통합 프로젝트들에 주도하였습니다. BCG 이전에는 쌍용정보통신, LG인터넷 등 IT기업에서 근무한 바 있습니다.
이철민 대표는 서울대학교 계산통계학과 및 Duke 대학교의 경영대학원(MBA)을 졸업했습니다.
IMM Private Equity, Inc. is one of the leading private equity investment firms in Korea with approximately US$3 billion under management.
At IMM, Hae-Joon Joseph Lee is responsible for sourcing and executing private equity investments in Korea and Asia and cooperating with Korean and international investors on fund and co-investment opportunities.
Previously, Mr. Lee was with Fortress Investment Group, Morgan Stanley, and Skadden, Arps in New York. Mr. Lee served in the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army as an officer in the ROK Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Mr. Lee graduated from Princeton University with an A.B. in Chemistry and received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is a CFA charterholder.
Jay Hyun is a managing director in the Principal Investment Area, managing investments in Korea.
Previously, he worked in the Investment Banking Division for seven years. Jay Hyun joined Goldman Sachs in 2004 as an associate and was named managing director in 2015. Prior to joining the firm, he worked at BNP Paribas, J.P. Morgan, KPMG Korea and Korea Long Term Credit Bank.
Jay Hyun serves on the boards of Woowa Brothers Corp., Zigbang Co., Ltd., HappyCall Co., Ltd. and SIB Sunin Co., Ltd. He is also a board member of the Foundation of the Milk Delivery to Check-in on the Elderly in Korea.
He earned a BA in Economics from Seoul National University in 1997 and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2003.
Mr. Makam joined Oaktree in 2001 and currently serves as co-portfolio manager for the Middle-Market Finance Group. His primary responsibilities include oversight of the group’s professionals, portfolio construction and overall management of the Mezzanine Finance and Middle-Market Direct Lending strategies. Prior to joining Oaktree, Mr. Makam worked at Banc of America Securities LLC (previously NationsBanc Montgomery Securities LLC) for four years in their Leveraged Finance/High Yield Group. During that period, he specialized in bridge finance and was responsible for deal origination, market analysis, structuring, due diligence and legal documentation. Prior to joining Banc of America Securities in 1997, he worked for five years as a senior software engineer at Montage Group Ltd. and Dantec Electronics Inc. Mr. Makam received a B.S. degree with distinction in engineering from the Bangalore Institute of Technology, India. He then went on to receive an M.S. degree in engineering from the University of Akron, Ohio and an M.B.A. in finance from Yale University.
Mr. Rodney Muse is one of two Managing Partners of Navis. He leads Investments teams in making, monitoring and exiting investments, sits on Investment Committee and sits on the boards and /or executive committees of several Navis portfolio companies. He has been active in Navis investments across many industries and geographies since Navis' inception.
He co-founded Navis in 1998 with Messrs. Bloy and Foyston with whom he worked while at The Boston Consulting Group.
He holds and MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts Hons degree from St. Lawrence University.
Heeeun Park scored with the mobile dating service IUM she founded in Korea in 2010 and led within four years to a market-leading position of more than 1million subscribers. Her encore: join the firm that backed her startup, Altos ventures, and it relatively large $395 milion Korean fund. She has been in charge of Korea investment for the past five years since the formation of the company's first Korean fund. A star in the Seoul startup scene, she has invested in more than 30 Korean mobile and consumer tech companies. Starting her career as a strategy manager at online gaming publisher and developer NCsoft. She received a B.A in Communications from the Seoul Nat’l University and was selected by Forbes as the 30 under 30 in 2016.
Jaeuk Park is the founder and CEO of VCNC, a company building mobile communication service for couples called Between. Between provides private online space for couples to communicate and share their memories. It is the first and the biggest private social media for couples in the world. VCNC had acquired by SOCAR, Korean no.1 mobility company in 2018. Jaeuk became COO of SOCAR after joining SOCAR.
After the acquisition, VCNC launched TADA, no.1 premium ride-hailing platform in Korea.
Jaeuk majored in both electrical engineering and business administration at Seoul National University.
Mr. Vadim Shpak joined Vickers in 2016 as Managing Director. He contributes to Vickers’s overall investment strategy, by, among other things, participating in investment selection and recommendation, and portfolio monitoring. In this regard, he also maintains relationships with portfolio companies and works with them to enhance strategic and financial value.
Vadim also participates in the ongoing management and monitoring of both the financial and operational aspects of Vickers’s fund investments. He establishes and maintains relationships with institutional and individual investors to provide comprehensive and current updates and reports of the Vickers funds to enhance understanding of the value created by the firm.
Mr Tsang has been in the finance industry for over 20 years, in particular he has close to two decades of experience in private equity and venture capital. Mr Tsang’s industry experience includes: education and professional services, real estate, natural resources/mining, advanced manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, retail, consumer products, logistics, TMT, environmental products/services, energy and alternative energy, financial services etc. The companies he has been involved with include Noah Education Holdings Limited, Minsheng Education Group (1569.HK), Galloping Horse Media Group Limited, Kangda International Environmental Protection Holding Limited (6136.HK), Pansoft Group Limited, Ambow Education, Hidili Industry International Development Limited (1393.HK), Launch Tech Co Ltd (2488.HK), Great Wall Auto (2333.HK, 601633.CN), Nord Anglia Education, Kasca Education, China Mini-Storage. Prior to founding Strategic Year Holdings Limited, he spent 13 years at Baring Private Equity Asia (“Baring Asia”), where his last position was Managing Director. He was the Founding Partner of Baring Asia’s Beijing office. Prior to that, he was with Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific doing equity research, focusing on media and retail sectors. In the 1990s, Mr Tsang began his career at Peregrine Investment Holdings, where he was involved with Asian fixed income sales and marketing.
Mr Tsang is currently President, Co-Chairman of PRC Committee and Co-Chairman of Real Assets Committee of the Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (HKVCA). Previously, he was Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association’s Chairman of the Board (2013-2015). Mr Tsang is a Member of the Mainland Business Advisory Committee of Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). He is also the Co-Chairman of the Financial Services Committee of Hong Kong China Chamber of Commerce (HKCHCC). Prior to founding Strategic Year Holdings Limited, he was an Asia Senior Advisor with Apollo Education Group.
Mr Tsang obtained a Master’s Degree in Management Studies at University of Oxford, United Kingdom; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (First Class Honors) at Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, United Kingdom.
CBN Weekly, “2011-2012 Most Valuable Partners 50 in China”
Forbes China Magazine, “2008,2009, The 50 Best Venture Capitalists in China”
Top Capital Magazine, “2008 The Best PE Investor of The Year”
China Most Valuable Venture Enterprises Awards, “2008 The Best PE Investor”
Zero2IPO Group, “2007, 2009, Top 10 PE Capitalists in China”
World Eminence Chinesebusiness Association, “Top 100 Most Visionary Chinese Investors (2007, 2008)”
China Venture Group, “2008 The Top 30 PE Investors of The Year”
Mr. Bing Xu is the co-founder of SenseTime who is passionate about building AI innovations for a better tomorrow. Before founding SenseTime, Bing was a PhD candidate conducting research on deep learning and computer vision at the Multimedia Lab of Chinese University of Hong Kong. Bing, together with several co-founders from the same university lab, founded SenseTime in 2014 and cultivated the company into the largest AI pure-play globally in 5 years. Bing is a key executive of the company, primarily managing corporate development strategies and overseeing fundraising activities. Bing’s efforts have raised over $2.5Bn in capital for SenseTime thus far. Bing was named one of the most promising innovators under 35 in China by the MIT Tech Review and is featured on Forbes 30 under 30 Asia List.
Bing holds two bachelor’s degrees in Information Engineering and in Mathematics from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
David is a Managing Director at Top Tier and is a member of the Firm’s Investment Committee. He also leads the corporate development team and is responsible for the management, development and growth of Top Tier’s offerings. His thirty plus years of industry knowledge and networking uniquely equips him to be a liaison and international ambassador not only for Top Tier’s brand, but also the broader venture community. In 2000, David joined Phil Paul to lead the fund of funds team at Paul Capital which spun out in 2011 to form Top Tier. Over the past three decades in Silicon Valley and during his tenure on different trading desks on Wall Street, including posts at Chase H&Q, Volpe Welty & Co., Drexel Burnham Lambert and Paine Webber, David has developed an extensive network among private equity managers, particularly venture capitalists. David graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. in industrial and systems engineering.