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Chinese cross-border investing in developing markets
Join SupChina as we chat with Jerry Wang about founding his company Haitou Global and how they are looking at cross-border investing, fintech, asset management, investing in China, and their venture fund.
Jerry Wang founded Haitou Global in New York in August 2014 as a research-driven and technology-enabled global asset allocation platform that provides asset management, investment advisory, and investment banking services. Haitou Global manages a Registered Investment Advisor and a Broker-dealer in the U.S., with headquarters in New York and Beijing, and operations in Hong Kong, Singapore.
Southeast Asia, Africa, and LATAM through an emerging market credit fund and an early-stage venture fund. Before founding Haitou Global, Jerry was an Investment Manager at the University of Notre Dame Investment Office, managing alternative investments in the U.S. and Asia. Jerry received Bachelor's degree in engineering from Tsinghua University and a Master's degree in engineering and business administration from the University of Notre Dame. Jerry holds CFA and CAIA charters.
Anla Cheng is the Founder and CEO of SupChina, an independent digital China news, business, events, consulting marketplace platform and podcasts. SupChina informs and connects a global audience regarding the business, technology, politics, culture and society of China. Prior to this, Ms. Cheng ran a Family Office of Asian Hedge Fund of Funds. Centenium Capital. Her career included work as Asia Head, SVP at Robert Fleming, (bought out by JP Morgan). Her career began at Goldman Sachs, then Citi where she was a Pacific Basin analyst, then became an Asian Portfolio Manager for both Institutional and Private Wealth Group. Ms. Cheng received her MBA from the Wharton Graduate School of Business. She is a Trustee of the following Boards: Vice-Chair of China/US at TNC (The Nature Conservancy); Facing History and Ourselves(past Chair of China Project); Vice-Chair at China Institute; and past Trustee and current member of Committee 100. Ms. Cheng is also China/ Global Council Member of Brookings and a Member of NCUSCR and Columbia University's China Global Center.