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Founded the investment advisory firm BDA China in Beijing in 1994 after four years with Morgan Stanley. Today BDA employs over 120 professionals advising the world’s leading private equity and hedge funds.
An early advisor to Alibaba, Duncan is a recognized expert on China’s Internet sector. His book ‘Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma Built’ will be published in April 2016 by HarperCollins.
Duncan is also a seed investor in ventures including AppAnnie (www.appannie.com), now the global leader in mobile apps metrics. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Digital Communication Fund of Geneva-based bank Pictet & Cie. and recently joined the international advisory board of WildAid (www.wildaid.org) whose mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade through reducing demand in Asia.
A graduate of the LSE, in 2010 Duncan was invited as a Visiting Scholar to Stanford University where he co-founded the ‘China 2.0’ research initiative. A former Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce in China, Duncan was appointed O.B.E. by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the 2013 New Year Honours List for services to British commercial interests in China.
Duncan Clark is Chairman of BDA China, a consultancy he founded in Beijing in 1994 after four years as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley in London and Hong Kong. Over the past 19 years, Duncan has guided BDA to become the leading investment advisory firm in China specialized in China's technology, Internet and e-commerce sectors.
An angel investor in mobile game app developer Happy Latte and digital content metrics company App Annie. Duncan has also served on the Advisory Board of Chinese Internet company Netease.com (Nasdaq: NTES) and serves on the Advisory Board of the Digital Communication Fund of Geneva-based bank Pictet & Cie.
A UK citizen, Duncan was raised in England, the United States and France. A graduate of the London School of Economics & Political Science, Duncan is a Senior Advisor to the ‘China 2.0' initiative at the Stanford Graduate School of Business’s SPRIE program, where he was invited as a Visiting Scholar in 2010 and 2011.
Duncan is partner in a Beijing-based film production company CIB Productions, and Executive Producer of two China-themed television documentaries including ‘My Beijing Birthday’.
Duncan was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to British commercial interests in China.