18 Years of History
100+ Professionals in Beijing, Shanghai, Los Angeles and San Francisco
350+ Closed Deals
Since Our Launch
$30+ billion in Deal Value
Founded in 2000, CEC Capital Group (formerly known as China eCapital Corporation) is a leading investment bank in China with a core focus on the TMT, consumer and healthcare sectors.
Headquartered in Beijing with offices in Shanghai, Los Angeles and San Francisco, we provide M&A, capital raising, and asset management services to our clients both in and outside of China.
To ensure that our clients have the best access to capital markets, we have developed an unparalleled network of institutional investors and corporate buyers. Our ECM team systematically cover over 4,000 institutional investors, which range from large conglomerates and industry heavyweights, public companies, financial institutions, government-backed funds, family offices, to venture capital, private equity, mutual fund and hedge fund players.
Leveraging our investment banking networks and capabilities, we have also built a unique and highly integrated asset management platform. We launched our first US dollar fund in December 2014, and closed our first RMB fund in April 2017.
October 2016, we acquired Siemer & Associates, a licensed US boutique investment bank. The launch of our US offices and the continuous expansion of our US team have further strengthened our capabilities in servicing our clients both in and outside of China in cross-border transactions.
• Over 20 years of experience in investment banking • Previously worked at JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs • BS and MBA from Harvard University
Mr. Wang has 25 years of investment banking experience and is widely recognized as one of the pioneers in China's investment banking industry. He founded CEC Capital Group (formerly known as China eCapital Group) in 2000 and is now chairman and CEO of the firm. Under his leadership, CEC Capital has emerged as a leading private investment bank and asset management firm with a core focus on the TMT, consumer and healthcare sectors. At CEC Capital, Mr. Wang has overseen closing of over 300 transactions with total deal value exceeding RMB120 billion. Mr. Wang started his investment banking career at Goldman Sachs in 1994. Prior to founding CEC Capital, he had spent the previous three years with the Global M&A Group of JP Morgan, where he was responsible for developing and executing a number of large M&A transactions in the Asia-Pacific region. Mr. Wang has a bachelor degree in economics from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has published extensively on economic and finance subjects in leading Chinese financial newspapers and magazines, and has close to 5 million followers on social media platform Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter.
• Over 20 years of experience in investment banking and the healthcare industry • Previously worked at Merck and Accenture • BS in Mechanical Engineering and MBA from U.C. Berkeley
Ms. Hong is a founding partner for CEC Capital Group, and leads the healthcare industry group. Under her guidance, CEC Capital has emerged as a leader in the healthcare banking sector with the largest specialized team covering pharma/biotech, medtech, services, and digital healthcare. Notable clients include Arrail Dental, Berry Genomics, China Medical Diagnostics Corporation, Righton Bio, Sino-Kor Hospital, and Reach Surgical. CEC Capital also has a strong cross-border practice, having worked in the past with several multinational companies including Zimmer, Charles River, and Teva. With an increasing interest in China outbound investment, CEC Capital has opened an office in the US and Ms. Hong will be leading this cross-border effort. Prior to joining CEC Capital, Ms. Hong was a Manager for Accenture’s (formerly Andersen Consulting) Strategic Services practice in San Francisco. Before receiving her MBA, Ms. Hong worked as an engineer for Merck and worked on several plant start-ups, including a technology transfer project in China for a recombinant Hepatitis B vaccine, and for Merck’s launch of Crixivan, a protease inhibitor for HIV. Ms. Hong has both her MBA and BS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley.
• Over 10 years of experience in investment banking, start-up management and venture capital investment • Previously worked at Bear Stearns, 21Vianet, Keytone Ventures, and IDG • BS in Finance and Information Systems from New York University
As one of CEC Capital’s earliest partners, Mr. Jin has led many influential financing and M&A projects since the company’s early days. Mr. Jin started his career in 1998 at Bear Stearns, working on the financing and overseas listing of Chinese Internet companies. He then joined 21Vianet as their vice president, where he was responsible for the company’s business development, products, and financing. From 2003 to 2007, after Mr. Jin joined CEC Capital and under his leadership, CEC Capital completed a series of innovative financing transactions and helped establish CEC Capital’s position as a market leader. While he has shifted his focus to high-tech venture investment since 2007, Mr. Jin has remained deeply involved in the business of CEC Capital. In 2016, he began serving as a partner of CEC’s RMB fund. Mr. Jin holds BS degrees in Finance and Information Systems from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
• Over 10 years of experience in investment management • Previously worked at FountainVest Partners and the New York City Employee Retirement System • BS from New York University Stern School of Business and LLM from Peking University Law School
Mr. Xu is a partner of CEC Capital and is the Managing Partner of CEC Future Industry Private Equity Fund. In his over ten-year career as a professional investor, Mr. Xu has managed more than USD 4 billion globally. He started his investment career in 2006 at the New York City Employee Retirement System, which managed USD 220 billion, and was responsible for their emerging market private equity investments. Before joining CEC Capital, Mr. Xu worked at FountainVest Partners, one of the largest private equity funds in China. Mr. Xu holds a Bachelor’s degree from New York University’s Stern School of Business and an LLM from Peking University Law School.
• Over 10 years of investment and management experience in entertainments, sports, TMT, and the consumer industry • Previously worked at Fosun, Roland Berger and General Mills • BS from Ohio State University and MBA from Oxford University
As a veteran investor, Mr. Wang has rich experience in domestic and foreign investment, management consulting and business operations. His career began at the US-based General Mills, where he participated in and completed the largest M&A transactions in the company’s history. After returning to China, he worked at Roland Berger as a senior consultant in consumer goods, healthcare and other industries. In 2010, Mr. Wang joined CEC Capital and during the four years spent here, he completed financing and M&A transactions worth over RMB 10 billion before leaving as the senior director of M&A. In 2014, he joined the Fosun Group where he served as the Executive Director of International Development Department and China Momentum Fund and led a number of investments in Infront Sports & Media, DTZ Zadelhoff, and other companies. In 2016, he returned to CEC and as a founder of the RMB fund, where he serves as a fund partner and member of the Investment Committee. Mr. Wang holds an MBA from Oxford University and a BS degree in Management from Ohio State University.