FintechHK Webinar - How the Innovation and Technology Venture Fund (ITVF) supports Fintech Companies in Hong Kong

16 Mar 2022 - 16 Mar 2022

FintechHK Webinar - How the Innovation and Technology Venture Fund (ITVF) supports Fintech Companies in Hong Kong

16 Mar 2022 - 16 Mar 2022

Date & Time

16 Mar 2022 - 16 Mar 2022
11 AM - 12 PM HKT



Tickets Cost



With a view to attracting more venture capital (VC) funds to co-invest in local innovation and technology (I&T) startups and creating a more vibrant start-up ecosystem in Hong Kong, the Government has set up a HK$2 billion Innovation and Technology Venture Fund (ITVF) in 2017. 

The ITVF will co-invest with selected VC funds (also known as Co-investment Partners (CPs)) in eligible local I&T startups.  The CPs are responsible for recommending suitable investment targets to the Government for co-investments.  As of end December 2021, the ITVF’s investment to financial technology (fintech) companies has amounted to over HK$36 million, attracting around HK$352 million of private investment.

This webinar invites speakers from the CPs, that has key investment sectors covering fintech, to share their valuable insights and views on what they would like interested fintech companies to know.  The speakers will help audience better understand how the ITVF is one of the channels to help fintech companies in Hong Kong to scale and succeed.

Date and Time

16 March 2022 (11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon HKT)



Target Audiences

Fintech companies in Hong Kong

Supporting Organisations

  • Algo Challenge Association
  • Cyberport
  • Fintech Association of Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
  • WHub


  • King Leung, Head of Fintech, InvestHK


  • Tina Huang, Executive Director, Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund
  • David Zhang, Managing Director, Isola Private Equity Venture Capital Fund
  • Shu Ming, Partner, Lingfeng Capital Partners Fund
  • Jeffrey Wu, Director, MindWorks Ventures Fund
  • Yolanda Yang, Investment Director, Radiant Tech Ventures Fund




11:00 – 11:05

Welcoming Remarks and Introduction by InvestHK

11:05 – 11:55

Sharing by Speakers : How to find a suitable match ?

  • what do VCs look for : preference for any fintech subsectors, co-investment size, development stage of fintech companies, expected returns, investment structure, involvement extent in fintech companies’ activities and so on
  • what makes a fintech company successful : critical factors (e.g. management strength, business plan) and tips throughout the process (e.g. do's and don'ts from initial evaluation, initial negotiation, due diligence to deal completion stage)

11:55 – 12:00

Q&A Session

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Background of VCs

Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund

Greater Bay Area Homeland Investments Limited has set up the Greater Bay Area Homeland Development Fund to grasp the opportunities of the development of GBA, and the construction of an International Innovation and Technology Hub.  The Company and the Fund cover venture capital, private equity investment, listed company investment, M&A investment and so on to offer financial support for entrepreneurs and enterprises, connecting industrial and financial resources and achieving long-term returns.

Isola Capital

Isola Capital is an institutional grade family office asset management platform that provides a range of proprietary investment strategies across private equity, venture capital and liquid secondary markets.  Isola Capital Asset Management, headquartered in Hong Kong, is an affiliate of Isola Capital Group, and is licensed by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to conduct Type 1 (dealing in securities), Type 4 (advising on securities) and Type 9 (asset management) regulated activities in Hong Kong.

Lingfeng Capital

Lingfeng Capital is a growth capital private equity fund for the fintech sectors in the Asia Pacific, particularly in the Greater China region. Lingfeng Capital manages both USD and RMB funds.  The partners have a deep understanding and forward-looking vision about the industries of finance, financial technology, and technological innovation. The team devotes all its resources and provide strategic advice to portfolio companies to enhance their business models, integrate resources, and increase enterprise values.

MindWorks Capital

MindWorks Capital empowers Asia’s entrepreneurs to build transformational companies. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Hong Kong, MindWorks Capital has offices in Beijing, Shanghai, and Jakarta.  MindWorks Capital utilizes a Pan-Asia strategy to source direct investments in technology companies across both Greater China and Southeast Asia.  MindWorks Capital currently manages over US$1 billion in total assets across its funds.  MindWorks Capital is a signatory of United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Investment.

Radiant Tech Ventures

Radiant Tech Ventures Ltd., is based in Hong Kong and licensed by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission to carry on Type 9 (asset management) regulated activities in Hong Kong.  Radiant focuses on management of venture capital investments in innovation and technology sectors. The team members brings together investment and management experiences in Hong Kong, mainland China, Israel, North America as well as South East Asia and offer their cross regional experience and network to help entrepreneurs with market expansion.