About Capbridge 2018-04-13T08:14:01+00:00

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CapBridge is a Private Institutional
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facilitates transactions
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CapBridge offers institutional and accredited investors private and exclusive access to high-quality deals through a secure digital platform.

Established in 2015 in partnership with the Singapore Exchange, the CapBridge platform improves the fundraising efforts of emerging growth companies with efficient exposure to capital. Powered by industry leading and enterprise-grade technology, the platform also offers institutional and accredited investors curated growth opportunities, tailored to specific criteria. Beyond growth opportunities, participants on the CapBridge platform have access to tools and processes that support their fundraising and investment activities – all within a robust and secure deal space.

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Growth and late-stage companies often face challenges in capital raising. Options commonly available include private financing, which can often be highly dilutive, a premature M&A, or an IPO. Investors are often concerned about exit pathways for these companies, in addition to less-than-ideal valuations.

CapBridge was developed to address these challenges. It is a world-class online platform that provides the best institutional investor experience with the latest analytic and processing features. We have built and integrated industry-leading software to enable enterprise-level security, accessibility, and availability. The CapBridge platform accelerates private information flow to a discreet audience and provides a tailored deal-flow process enabled by technology – offering companies and investors an alternative and more efficient fundraising pathway.

Headquartered in Singapore, CapBridge is the conduit to Asia investors seeking private opportunities. We connect to the demand for diversified, uncorrelated assets, as the wealth in Asia-Pacific continues to grow. Our platform enables the deal-flow process from origination and onwards, while also helping companies building investor engagement and brand visibility among their stakeholders.


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1Exchange (formerly of Clearbridge Accelerator, one of Singapore’s leading incubation firms) invests in game-changing technology companies.

Singapore Exchange (SGX) is the Asian Gateway, connecting investors in search of Asian growth to corporate issuers in search of global capital.


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Johnson Chen

Founder & CEO

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Johnson Chen is the Founder & CEO of CapBridge. Concurrent with his appointment as Chairman and CEO of CapBridge, Johnson is also the Founder and Non-Executive Chairman of medical companies Clearbridge Health and Clearbridge BioMedics. Clearbridge Health is a precision healthcare company with clinical presence in Asia, and listed on the SGX (SGX ticker: 1H3, Bloomberg ticker CBH.SP); Clearbridge BioMedics is a specialised provider of medical applications and equipment for tumor diagnosis – its products have received regulatory approvals and are marketed and sold in Asia, Europe, and North America.

Johnson is an active angel investor with more than 18 years of entrepreneurship experience. He previously co-founded two start-ups, both of which he later successfully exited. He sits on the Singapore National Research Foundation Proof-of-Concept grant panel and is a member of the Strategic Research Innovation Fund committee of NTUitive, Nanyang Technological University’s innovation and enterprise company.

Johnson began his career with Pacific Century CyberWorks Limited (PCCW) as one of its early team members. He later became President of CyberWorks Ventures, the direct investment arm of PCCW. As President, Johnson’s responsibilities included building CyberWorks Ventures’ direct investments & venture capital team, as well as overseeing a multi-million investment portfolio. The youngest member of PCCW’s M&A/investment executive committee at that time, he was responsible for much of PCCW’s strategic expansion, including its successful acquisitions and investments.

Johnson was awarded the prestigious Sword of Honour by the President of Singapore, for being the top graduate in the officer cadet course during his National Service with the Singapore Armed Forces.

Johnson holds a Master’s degree and a Bachelor degree in Manufacturing Engineering Tripos (MET) from the University of Cambridge, UK.


Jeffrey Fang

Chief Corporate Officer

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Jeffrey is Chief Corporate Officer at global private capital platform CapBridge.

He has over 14 years of corporate and capital market experience in roles that span strategy development, operations management, financial communications and public affairs.  

Before investing in and building startups, Jeffrey was Director of Strategic and Public Affairs at Singapore sovereign investor Temasek, where he built up and led the global M&A communications function, as well as the media relations, and crisis/issues management teams. He also handled executive communications, issues advocacy, and strategic relations in Singapore, US, and China. 

Jeffrey began his career in healthcare management, building the largest primary care network in Singapore for one of Asia’s leading private healthcare providers. He then moved into strategic consulting, advising C-suite business leaders in capital and private markets issues, stakeholder management, public affairs, and financial communications.

Jeffrey holds an MA in International Relations and Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. 


Scott Duncan

Principal Lead, Business Development (Family Offices & UHNWI)

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Scott’s early banking career started in Jersey, Channel Islands with the Royal Bank of Scotland in 1985 and then he moved to Luxembourg in 1989 where he helped set up a new Private Banking and Fund Management office of Lloyds Bank.  Scott was then transferred to Singapore in order to help build the Private Banking business of Lloyds Bank in March of 1993 and has remained in Singapore since with various Private Banking and Private Wealth institutions.

As Principal Lead, Scott brings to CapBridge over 24 years of Asian working experience from the financial sector and has an excellent network of potential business opportunities and contacts in a wide range of industries spanning the globe.


Alvin Yap

Co-Head, Business Development (Institutional Investors)

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Alvin is an experienced senior investment banker with more than 18 years of extensive professional experiences in cross-border M&A, IPO, private equity, private placement, pre-IPO fundraising, etc. across the region.

Before joining CapBridge, Alvin was with the top investment bank in China – China International Capital Corporation (“CICC”) based in Beijing/Hong Kong/Singapore from April 2007 to July 2016, Credit Suisse Hong Kong from 2005 to March 2007, Ernst & Young Hong Kong from 2001 to 2005 and Arthur Andersen Malaysia 1998 to 2000.

Alvin graduated from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom with a MPhil in Finance and awarded with a First Class Honours in B.A. (Hons) Accounting & Financial Management from University of Essex, United Kingdom. He is a Scholar of Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, as well as British Council British Scholarship.


Haiping Choo

Head of Technology

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Haiping oversees the implementation of all online/offline workflows of the CapBridge platform, and the overall platform experience for both investors and issuers.

Prior to CapBridge, Mr. Choo was Senior Investment Director at Clearbridge Accelerator, a strategic partner of CapBridge, where his responsibilities include VC deal sourcing, portfolio companies support and portfolio management. He previously worked in the Technology transfer department of the NUS Industry Liaison Office where he focused on innovation relating to Advance Materials. He started his career as an investment banking analyst at ReEx Capital Asia, where he specialized in the Asian Clean Energy sector.

Haiping is highly passionate about entrepreneurship, having founded two successful start-ups as an undergraduate. Haiping is also the recipient of several international business awards and holds a B.Eng (Material Science & Engineering) from the National University of Singapore.