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Ted Fang - Everybody Wiki
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Ted Fang founded Tera Capital, a private investment firm that invested in private equities and hospitality related businesses in Asia Pacific. In 2003, together with his two brothers, Harry Tan and David Tan, he co-founded Frontier Group, which acquired the Days Inn master franchise for Greater China from Wyndham Worldwide. The company successfully made Days Inn China the fastest growing mid-market hotel chain in China. Fang oversaw the overall strategic direction of the group and all its investment activities. 
 

Ted Fang started his career in oil trading in 1992. In 1995, he founded an IT company and in 2003, he founded Tera Capital.

Fang was listed by Prestige Lifestyle Magazine as one of Singapore's 200 most powerful and influential people in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Tera Capital - Golden Wiki
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Tera Capital was a private investment firm that invested in private equities. It was headquartered in Singapore. It was the investment holding firm of Singaporean brothers, David Tan, Harry Tan, and Ted Fang.

 

Tera Capital formed strategic partnerships with private equity firms, family offices and funds in the US, Europe, Asia Pacific including China.

Tera Capital - Classical Symphony Wiki
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Tera Capital Limited was a private investment firm that invested in private equities. It was the investment holding firm of Singaporean brothers, David Tan, Harry Tan and Ted Fang. In 2003, the principals successfully acquired the Days Inn master franchise for Greater China from Wyndham Worldwide Corporation. Since starting operations in 2004, the principals had made Days Inn China one of China's fastest growing mid-market hotel chains, which had a portfolio of 92 hotels in 54 cities across 22 provinces.

Ted Fang - Prabook
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Fang founded Tera Capital in 2003, a private investment firm that invested in private equities and hospitality related businesses in Asia Pacific. The team successfully made Days Inn China, the fastest growing mid-market hotel chain in China.

Fang oversaw the overall strategic direction of the group and all its investment activities.

Ted Fang - People Pill
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Ted Fang founded Tera Capital, a private investment firm that invested in private equities and hospitality related businesses in Asia Pacific. In 2003, together with his two brothers, Harry Tan (陈嘉财; Chén Jiācái) and David Tan (陈嘉寿; Chén Jiāshòu), he co-founded Frontier Group, which acquired the Days Inn master franchise for Greater China from Wyndham Worldwide. The company successfully made Days Inn China (美国戴斯酒店集团,中国; Měiguó Dàisī Jiǔdiàn Jítuán, Zhōngguó) the fastest growing mid-market hotel chain in China. Fang oversaw the overall strategic direction of the group and all its investment activities.

Fang started his career in oil trading in 1992. In 1995, he founded an IT company and in 2003, he founded Tera Capital.

Ted Fang - Around Deal
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Ted Fang represented the Singapore Squash National Team in the Singapore Squash Championships, 1980 to 1985; the Malaysian Junior Open 1984; and the British Junior Open Squash Championship (under 19), Dartford, England in 1983).

Fang has two half-brothers (Harry Tan and David Tan).

Ted Fang - Celebs Wiki
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Ted Fang was listed by Prestige Lifestyle Magazine as one of Singapore's 200 most powerful and influential people in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Ted Fang - Apollo IO
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Ted Fang - Wikidata
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