Jack Lee is the founding managing partner of HCM Capital, the first global venture investment arm of Foxconn Technology Group. At the same time, Mr. Lee also holds the role as a special assistant to Group CFO of Foxconn.
HCM Capital, founded in 2015, concentrates its investment mainly on the companies applying new technologies or innovative business models, such as blockchain and data technology, to make people’s lives better or enterprises working more efficiently.
HCM, led by Mr. Lee, had invested in a number of fintech companies. For example, Abra, located in Silicon Valley in the U.S., built the world's first decentralized digital cash conversion and peer-to-peer remittance platform. Chained Finance, newly established, is dedicated to providing faster and lower cost solution with token economy for supply chain finance by deploying blockchain. And, Figure Technologies, a U.S. San Francisco-based fintech company, leverages AI, Fintech and Blockchain to facilitate loans origination, trading, and etc. Currently, Mr. Lee serves as a Board Director to several fintech/blockchain startups, including Abra, Cambridge Blockchain, GalaxyDigital, Chained Finance, and many more.
Before joining Foxconn in 2007, Mr. Lee was the Deputy General Manager of Yuanta Polaris Financial, one of the leading banks/securities group in Taiwan. In the early 2000s, he served at JP Morgan as an investment banker with several years of banking experience at Citi. He began his career with P&G.
Mr. Lee received an MBA from UCLA Anderson in California, USA, and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the National Taiwan University in Taiwan.