Paris, June 13, 2024


Eurazeo has announced the opening of an office in Tokyo, boosting the presence of its teams in Asia. This office will bring the Group closer to its clients and support its portfolio companies in this region.

Under the oversight of Mathieu Teisseire, Managing Partner in charge of the Investor Relations team, and Solomon Moos, Director for Asia, the Tokyo office will be managed by Ken Hu who joins the Eurazeo Investor Relations team as a Director. He will be responsible for business development and investor relations in Japan. Prior to joining Eurazeo, Ken Hu was CFO of one of the largest start-ups in Japan before going on to hold several management positions at Strategic Value Partners and AMP Capital Investors. He began his career at Deutsche Bank and Mitsubishi and is a graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Present in China since 2013, South Korea since 2019 and Singapore since 2020, Eurazeo further strengthens its foothold in Asia with the opening of a fourth office. This move is part of a drive to accelerate the Group’s expansion in Asian markets and facilitate access to the companies it supports. Eurazeo is already highly active in the Chinese, South Korean and Singaporean markets and has forged close relations with institutional investors such as pension funds, businesses and other leading institutional clients.

Christophe Bavière and William Kadouch-Chassaing, Eurazeo Co-CEOs, declared:

“The opening of this fourth office in Asia is a major milestone for our international growth. Our relations with the Asian markets have convinced us of the importance of a local approach able to build bridges between Japanese investors and European high growth potential firms. Drawing on Ken Hu’s expertise and knowledge of the Japanese market, the Tokyo office will boost our coverage in Asia and bring us closer to our expanding pool of institutional investors.”

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