Tembusu Partners, Singapore-based pan-Asian private equity firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Chik Wai Chiew to Partnership
Tembusu Partners is pleased to announce the promotion of Chik Wai Chiew to Partner with effect from 1 November 2013. “We are very proud to see Wai Chiew’s progression at Tembusu Partners with his achievements at the firm. Since joining Tembusu Partners in 2012, Wai Chiew has played a key role in new investments of Tembusu Growth Fund II and have added significant value to our China-based portfolio companies as well as to our firm,” said Andy Lim, Founder and Executive Chairman.
Mr. Chik brings with him more than 15 years of experience in private and public equity investments as well as strategy and business development with global companies and organisations to Tembusu when he joined in 2012 as Principal. Wai Chiew has played a key role in numerous investments in Singapore and China, including leading Tembusu’s recent investment in pre-school education provider Ednovation Pte Ltd. Prior to joining Tembusu, Wai Chiew has held various positions in Temasek Holdings including Chief Representative and GM of Temasek Shanghai offices; he has also been responsible for strategic planning, industry development, and international operations in Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).
Wai Chiew currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association as Honorary Treasurer. Wai Chiew was awarded the Glaxo-EDB scholarship and holds a BA in Economics from Cambridge University, MA from Yale University and completed EMBA from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.
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