David Baverez, seasoned investor across Europe and Asia, will be joining us on April 22nd at 7PM (CST) to speak about why Europe and China need each other to thrive. David will share his insights about the West-East arbitrage, the CoVid-19 and how to approach Angel investors. Another amazing event brought to you by the collaboration between Startup Grind Chengdu & Paris.
Interview Language: English
Event Platform: Zoom
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The goal is to give entrepreneurs, innovators, managers, students unique and valuable insights that were informed by 25 years of experience in investment. David will take us into the world view that guides his investments, partly based on a critical idea: China & Europe need each other. David will also speak about West-East arbitrage, the CoVid-19 opportunities and how to approach Angel Investors.
COVID-19 Impact 疫情效应
Geopolitical Impact 地缘效应
What is a WEST-EAST Arbitrage? 到底什么是东西套利？
Angels for Startups 创业者的天使
What is the best way to approach Angel investors? 如何寻找天使投资人
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David Baverez is an investor. After fifteen years spent between London and Boston, he has lived in Hong Kong for the last five years. For ten years (1995-2005), David worked for Fidelity Investments where he was in charge of various European and Global Equity funds, including the award-winning Fidelity European Aggressive Fund. In 2005, he set up his own company, KDA Capital, a long-only conce…
David Baverez is an investor. After fifteen years spent between London and Boston, he has lived in Hong Kong for the last five years. For ten years (1995-2005), David worked for Fidelity Investments where he was in charge of various European and Global Equity funds, including the award-winning Fidelity European Aggressive Fund. In 2005, he set up his own company, KDA Capital, a long-only concentrated European Equity fund focusing on the concept of change. At the end of 2010, he took the contrarian step to return all funds to his investors, anticipating future European sovereign issues. Since then, he has settled in Hong Kong where he splits his time between funding various start-ups and understanding the disruptions of the new emerging world. David is a regular columnist in the French newspapers L’Opinion, as well as Les Echos and Le Figaro. David is a graduate of the Paris-based HEC Business School and of the INSEAD MBA Programme.