Bruno Fritsch began his career with L'Oréal and then worked for six years with the strategy consulting firm Bain & Company in Paris, London and Brussels in the Private Equity and TMT practices. He subsequently spent three years in Hong Kong and in Shanghai as Vice President of Asian Business Bridge, a China-centric business accelerator, where he raised funds and developed the Asian operations of several European SMEs.He currently sits on the Board of Nippon Oil Pump and was a Director of the Board of Stahl from 2010 to 2013 and the Secretary of the Executive Board of Wendel from 2009 to 2013. He graduated from ESSEC Business School and holds an MBA from the Rotterdam Erasmus School of Economics.
Ted Margono started his career with Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) in 1997 where he held several positions including a production planning role in Indonesia and China, a sales and marketing managerial role for the African market, as well as a business development role in Australia. From 2001 to 2003, he was in charge of the M&A division of Deloitte Indonesia. From 2003 to 2016, he led the corporate banking and subsequently investment banking activities of HSBC Indonesia where he has completed numerous transactions in a large array of sectors including retail and consumer goods, industrials, telecommunications, business services and agriculture.
Ted Margono is a graduate of Trisakti University (Jakarta) and Monash University (Melbourne).
Howard started his career as an Engineer with Kingston Technology in California and occupied various operational and investment positions at The Pacific Venture Group, Europtronic, Rotol and Affinity Equity Partners. He graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from John Hopkins University and earned his MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA.
In 2013, he joined Baring Private Equity Asia where he worked on transactions in Southeast Asia (primarily Singapore and Indonesia) and in Europe and also took part in the monitoring of several portfolio companies.
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