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Conrad Tsang
Founder and Chairman at Strategic Year Holdings Limited


Mr Conrad Tsang has been in the private equity and venture capital industry for over 20 years. Mr Tsang’s industry experience includes: education and professional services, TMT, retail and consumer products, real estate, natural resources/mining, advanced manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, logistics, 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, 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, Teky Holdings, Carsome, Cakap. Prior to founding Strategic Year Holdings Limited, he was Senior Advisor with Apollo Education Group, before which he spent 13 years at Baring Private Equity Asia (“Baring Asia”), where he was Managing Director who founded 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 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.

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