Over 28 years direct experience in core technology investment, with superior knowledge of leading technologies and industry habits.
Mr. Cheung was responsible for the management of Intel Capital Asia-Pacific region and led various operation departments over 26 years. With 16 years of experience in operations and 10 years in investments at Intel, he was responsible for areas covering production management, IT, marketing plans, customer service, and business development. From 1994 to 1995, he worked as Special Assistant for Sean Maloney, senior vice president of Intel, and was later appointed as the General Manager of Intel Software Laboratory in 1996, where he managed over 100 software engineers providing internal services and independent software developers in Shanghai.
Mr. Cheung returned to Hong Kong in 1999 and became the only Chinese executive manager at Intel Capital in Asia Pacific, responsible for projects in China. 33 of his investment portfolio companies successfully achieved IPO worldwide, such as mCube, SMIC, BCD Semiconductor, Sinosun, Actions, Montage Technology, Spectral Swiss Technology, Neusoft Group, A8 Music, Kingsoft, Techfaith Wireless, hiSoft, Blue Flood Communications and TRONY Solar Energy. He managed two internal Intel Capital funds with AUM of US$200 million and US$500 million, established in 2005 and 2008 respectively, obtaining auditable personal IRR of 20.6% between the period of January 2002 to December 2008.
Mr. Cheung was awarded Top 50 Venture Capitalist in China for 4 consecutive years and “The Most Active Green Venture Capital Enterprises" in 2008 and "Best Venture Capital institutions" in 2009. He led Intel Capital and invested approximately RMB5 billion in the Asia Pacific region in which RMB3 billion was invested in China.
He earned BSc of Engineering from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, is a member of the British Association of Engineers and Mentor in Ya-jie Chamber Cradle Program.