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Cadol Cheung  Managing Partner
Over 28 years of experience in the IC field with well-recognized expertise on leading technologies and industry trends
 
Cadol Cheung has been Managing Partner of CGP Techfund since its establishment. Prior to that, Mr. Cheung founded FUEL Capital, a venture capital fund investing in the fast growing cleantech & healthcare tech sectors of China since November 2009.
 
Prior to establishing FUEL, Mr. Cheung was Managing Director of Intel Capital Asia Pacific from December 1999 until August 2009. He managed over 30 professionals and was responsible for Intel's private equity investment activities in Asia with approximately US$700 million in investments, of which US$480 million was in Greater China. These investments resulted in over 50 successful exits.
 
Prior to his investment career, Mr. Cheung was the General Manager of the Intel® Architecture Lab China in Shanghai where he managed a team of approximately 150 engineers to develop software products for the corporation, as well as provide technical support to independent software developers in China to develop applications that are optimized for Intel Architecture processors. 

Mr. Cheung joined Intel Hong Kong in 1983 as a Quality Engineer for the Subcontractor Quality Management team. He held various management positions, including as the Manager of Corporate Information Services from 1986 to 1992 and Manager of the Combined Planning and Management Information System Department and Planning and Customer Services functions from 1992 to 1994. Mr. Cheung was also the New Business Development Manager in China where he developed communication business opportunities from 1994 to 1995 and was the Technical Assistant to the General Manager of Intel's Asia Pacific Operation from 1995 to 1996. Before joining Intel, Mr. Cheung was the Quality Control Supervisor for a local semiconductor manufacturer.
 
Mr. Cheung received his BEng from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1982 and obtained a MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1996. He became a member of Institute of Electrical Engineers (MIEE) in United Kingdom in 2002. He is a coach of the Cradle Program of AAMA since 2010 and a member of the Association since 2009.