We have a small team with mixed backgrounds. Get to know us better by checking out our brief profiles below.

Ms Chok Kwee Bee is the Managing Director of Teak Capital. Prior to that she was with Walden International, a Silicon Valley based venture capital firm, overseeing the operations of Walden International and BI Walden in Malaysia. Before becoming a VC, she was Head of Corporate Finance at AmInvestment Bank.

Kwee Bee is currently a member of the Malaysian Venture Capital Development Council (MVCDC) which was formed under the auspices of the Securities Commission; a non executive Board member of the Audit Oversight Board and a member of the Exchange Committee of Labuan International Financial Exchange. She also sits on the board of several portfolio companies.

Kwee Bee was also a past Chairman of the Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (MVCA). She enjoys working with entrepreneurs and is passionate about helping them to realize their vision of building successful companies.

Cheah Ken Hoong graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Business & Commerce, majoring in Accounting and Finance. He was formerly attached to the corporate finance division in Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad (KIBB). Prior to joining KIBB, he was briefly with Protégé Associates Sdn Bhd, an industry market research firm covering technology, printing and manufacturing related sectors. His corporate finance experience include fund raising, initial public offerings, general mergers and acquisitions (M&A), independent advisory for M&A, and other general advisory services. He joined Teak Capital as an Investment Manager.

Rickson received his Bachelor of Business and Commerce from Monash University Malaysia, majoring in Accounting, Banking and Finance. Rickson Khaw started his career as an analyst in a technology focused venture capital firm where he was involved in fund raising, deal sourcing, deal evaluation, conducting due-diligence, portfolio management and investment implementation. Besides that, he has helped distress companies in corporate restructuring and fund raising exercise which includes proposing a new game plan to pitch to prospective investors.