KEVIN K. YIP

Mr. Yip is the Managing Director and Responsible Officer of GRE. He has more than twenty-five years of equity investment in Greater China and the Asia Pacific region. He is Vice Chairman and Managing Partner of New Margin Ventures, a leading mid-market growth private equity firm focused on investing in Greater China, with more than US$2 billion under management. He was previously Managing Director and Responsible Officer of Bosera Asset Management (International) Co., Ltd. Bosera is a leading asset management firm in the PRC, with approximately RMB 200 billion under management. It has been appointed to manage funds for the National Council for Social Security Fund (NCSSF) and is also one of the largest manager of corporate pension fund assets in China. Prior to Bosera, he was the co-founder and CEO of Sun Partners Investment Management Limited, a HK SFC-licensed asset management company which managed the Sun China Fund. The Sun China Fund was nominated by AsiaHedge for the Best New Fund of the Year Award 2007. Prior to that, he was a founding Senior of GEMS and was a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. GEMS is a private equity situations in China and Asia. He was previously a Vice President of J.P. Morgan International Capital Corporation from 1989 to 1998.

Mr. Yip was included in Asia FM's 2011 inaugural list of Asia's Power 50, the investment management industry's most influential individuals in Asia. He received his A.B. degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard University and was John Harvard scholar. He was served as a direct of a number of private and publicly listed companies in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and elsewhere in Asia. He has served on the Financial Services Advisory Committee of the Trade Development Council of the Hong Kong SAR and the Expert Steering Committee of the China Venture Capital Research Institute. He is currently a Board Member of the Strategic investment Committee of EQT Partners, a global private equity management company focused on control and co-control investments with approximately Euro 20 billion under management.

 

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