33分

EP 325 - Building a Marketplace and Democratizing M&A for SMEs - Marcus Yeung - Match.Asia and SEAbridge Partners Asia Tech Podcast

    • テクノロジー

So it's actually very interesting how technology is taking a lot of the grunt work out of investment banking, which allows the real investment bankers to focus on the important stuff, which is, you know, the negotiations and the closing of the deals and more personal stuff. There is a good company in Japan, which has a good precedent called M&A Research Institute, which is a listed. And within it's a listed company, it's a similar business, and we're following basically the same path as they have. And they closed 150 deals last year. And they made $60 million of revenue. And it's a very profitable business model. - Marcus Yeung

The journey of entrepreneurship is often fraught with challenges, triumphs, and valuable lessons. Asia Tech Podcast had the pleasure of conversing with Marcus Yeung, a seasoned entrepreneur and investment banker. Marcus is the co-Founder and Managing Partner at Match.Asia and the Founder of Seabridge Partners. Our discussion provided important insights into the world of entrepreneurship, particularly within the context of the evolving landscape of technology and investment banking.

Some of the topics Marcus covered in detail:


Embracing failure and the important learnings that result from it
The power of long-term relationships
The role of technology in scaling businesses
The importance of integrity, humility, and gratitude
A future where investment banking is significantly disrupted by technology
The importance of long-term relationships and career evolution

So it's actually very interesting how technology is taking a lot of the grunt work out of investment banking, which allows the real investment bankers to focus on the important stuff, which is, you know, the negotiations and the closing of the deals and more personal stuff. There is a good company in Japan, which has a good precedent called M&A Research Institute, which is a listed. And within it's a listed company, it's a similar business, and we're following basically the same path as they have. And they closed 150 deals last year. And they made $60 million of revenue. And it's a very profitable business model. - Marcus Yeung

The journey of entrepreneurship is often fraught with challenges, triumphs, and valuable lessons. Asia Tech Podcast had the pleasure of conversing with Marcus Yeung, a seasoned entrepreneur and investment banker. Marcus is the co-Founder and Managing Partner at Match.Asia and the Founder of Seabridge Partners. Our discussion provided important insights into the world of entrepreneurship, particularly within the context of the evolving landscape of technology and investment banking.

Some of the topics Marcus covered in detail:


Embracing failure and the important learnings that result from it
The power of long-term relationships
The role of technology in scaling businesses
The importance of integrity, humility, and gratitude
A future where investment banking is significantly disrupted by technology
The importance of long-term relationships and career evolution

33分

テクノロジーのトップPodcast

ゆるコンピュータ科学ラジオ
ゆるコンピュータ科学ラジオ
Rebuild
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa
Joi Ito's Podcast
伊藤穰一
Off Topic // オフトピック
Off Topic
デデデータ!!〜“あきない”データの話〜
DATAFLUCT
リファクタリングとともに生きるラジオ
リファラジ