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Frank K. Tang
Frank K. Tang ’94
CEO and Managing Partner, FountainVest Partners, Hong Kong
Frank K. Tang is the CEO and managing partner of FountainVest Partners, a leading private equity fund dedicated to China.
Between 2005 and 2007, Mr. Tang headed investments in China for Temasek Holdings. As a senior managing director, he was a member of the firm-wide senior management committee and its senior investment and divestment committee.
Prior to joining Temasek, Mr. Tang worked at Goldman Sachs for nearly 11 years. He began his investment banking career in the New York office before moving to to Hong Kong. Between 2000 and 2002, Mr. Tang worked as an executive director in the principal investment area, the private equity arm of Goldman Sachs. He was later managing director and head of the telecom, media, and technology investment banking effort in Asia ex-Japan.
Mr. Tang holds an MBA from Columbia Business School. He is a board governor of the China Venture Capital and Private Equity Association, vice chairman of the Beijing Private Equity Association, and vice chairman of the Shanghai Private Equity Association.
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