V as in Value

Shu-Ching Jean Chen
January 2010
Forbes Asia;Jan2010, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p64
The article profiles financial investor V-Nee Yeh who owns Value Partners Group Ltd. which is an asset management firm located in China. Yeh, with his business partner Cheah Cheng Hye have made Value Partners to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. In addition, the company has placed as the second-largest independently owned fund management firm in Asia. Information on his career path, educational background and hobbies is also offered.


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