Tim Draper: Extraordinary Returns Are Coming Back To Venture Capital In The Next Three Years

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Tim Draper, founder and managing director of Menlo Park, California-based venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), speaks with our host Nina Xiang about the history of DFJ’s investment activities in China, where he is focused on funding the next big tech companies, his big misses in China, and his views on the next tech bubble that he thinks is coming right now.

William Shen: Headland Capital Is Bullish On Chinese 4S Auto Dealerships

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest William Shen, senior partner and head of Greater China at Headland Capital Partners, talks with our host Nina Xiang, about why he sees 4S automotive dealerships in China as the next great opportunity, how Chinese consumers are changing, and what the impact of the economic slowdown has on Headland’s investments. Listen to the full interview in the audio podcast, watch an abbreviated video version or read an excerpt below. Be sure to …

Philip Tye: Hong Kong’s Role As Asian Hedge Fund Center Will Strengthen

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Philip Tye, chairman of the Hong Kong National Group of The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), talks with our host Nina Xiang about what the Hong Kong government is doing to retain and attract hedge funds to the city; why Asian hedge funds haven’t rebounded as much as other places; and what should small Asian hedge funds do to stay relevant to investors. Read an excerpt below, but be sure to listen …

China Money Network News Roundup

In this episode of China Money Podcast, host Nina Xiang does a news roundup for the week of August 26 to 30, 2013. She shares the news on the economy, China’s business sectors, investment fund news and some expert columns. Please listen to the podcast here and be sure to subscribe to us in the iTunes store.

Bluford Putnam: No Hyperinflation Like The 1970s This Time Around

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Bluford Putnam, chief economist at the CME Group, talks with Nina Xiang about his forecast for when the Fed will stop asset-buying programs, raise interest rates, and their impact on China. He also explains why investors do not need to worry about inflation even after the biggest monetary expansion in history.

Simon Eckersley: HAO Capital-Invested Chinese Medical Equipment Maker Eyes Major Acquisitions

In this episode of China Money Podcast, founder and CEO of Beijing-headquartered, US$500 million-under-management HAO Capital, Simon Eckersley, talks with our host, Nina Xiang, on HAO Capital’s investments in the healthcare and environmental protection sectors, the firm’s plans for future fundraising, and some key methods it uses to help portfolio companies grow. Listen to the full-interview in the audio podcast, watch the shortened video version or read an excerpt below. Q: First, give us a brief introduction of HAO Capital? …

Daan van Aert: Logistic Warehouses And Car Parks Present Best Property Investment Opportunities In China

In this episode of China Money Podcast, head of non-listed real estate Asia in APG, one of the largest pension fund asset managers in the world with assets under management of approximately €325 billion, Daan van Aert, discusses with our host, Nina Xiang, APG’s investments in China such as car parks and logistic warehouses, his views on the Chinese residential property market and if distressed properties in China present good opportunities for investors. Listen to the full-interview in the audio …

Philip Cunningham: Expect Smooth Power Shift to China’s Xi Jinping

In this episode of China Money Podcast, guest Philip Cunningham discusses China’s pending leadership transition, and what that means for investors: – China will achieve a smooth leadership transition to the fifth generation of leaders led by Xi Jinping "China looks pretty stable to me. There are sparks but I don’t see a chance of prairie fire right now, because prosperity brings some kind of fire quenching capacity. Things could muddle through for a long time. I don’t see (China) …