Henry Fan is the Co-founder and managing partner at Crossvine Capital, a venture capital, private equity and a global cross-border investment management firm investing in Silicon Valley technology ventures. With investors from both US and China, Crossvine invests in both early stage startups and growth-stage companies with strategic partners. Crossvine also provide strategic advisory to technology companies and incubators on business operation, strategic investment and M&A strategies.
In the past two and half years, Henry led Crossvine Capital to complete over 30 investment and SPV’s, with $35M direct invested and total co-investment with other local venture partners reaching $100M, in companies in Internet, Mobile, Enterprise software, cloud & storage platform, HPC, deep learning / AI, IoT, new materials, clean tech areas. And one of the investment went IPO in the US in late 2016, two successfully exited with M&A and 80% of the portfolio obtained next round of funding. Henry is also an executive advisor for several startups and large tech firms and a board member of NGO such as Chinese Software Professional Association (CSPA).
Prior to that, Henry is one of the managing director of Blue Flame equity Fund, invested $75M in various assets and equities. As a general partners, Henry invested in multiple real estate acquisition and development projects in California, and achieved 21-35% return on capital.
Henry has over 18 years of experiences in high-tech industries at senior management roles including senior director and VP of product management, marketing and business development in several Fortune 500 technology companies including Cisco, Trend Micro, Netgear and SanDisk Corp. He has led the sales, marketing, strategic customer engagement and OEM/ODM, and has managed business line of over $500M annual revenue as well completed 4 acquisition deals. Also, Henry was one of the initial marketing executives at a start-up and drove its acquisition by Alcatel. Henry graduated magna cum laude in computer engineering from University of British Columbia and an MBA from Duke University Fuqua School of Business.