Jason Song is a Director based in Shanghai, before which he was a member of BDA’s New York and Tokyo offices.
Mr. Song advised Navis Capital in China’s largest control exit in 2014 by a private equity group, the sale of Trio to Weir plc; other clients include leading global multinationals such as BASF, CR Bard, Henkel, International Paper, Magna and Mars. Before joining BDA, Mr. Song worked at the Carbon Disclosure Project in London, where he undertook research on electrical utilities for leading US pension funds. Prior to that, he worked for the Liberal Democrats in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom conducting economic analysis on education policy. Mr. Song was educated at the University of Wisconsin (BA, Economics), the University of Paris (Maîtrise, Political Science) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (Master, Philosophy and Public Policy). He speaks English, Mandarin and French.
Strategic partnership in China and investment by EverYi Capital
Divested Asian electronic cleaning chemicals business to Nippon Kayaku
Divested majority stake to The Longreach Group
Divested Chinese RTW business to a Hong Kong-based investor
Divested China foodservice business to Huhtamaki
Divested VNPT ePay to UTC Investment
Formed a JV with Chongqing Xingqiaorui Automotive
Sold majority stake in Beijing Gold Hawk
Divested Trio Engineered Products, China to the Weir Group, UK
Acquired Adval Tech Medical (Suzhou) and Omni Manufacturing (Mexico)
Divested Shanghai subsidiary to CPIC, China
Divested Aixam Mega, quadricycle maker, to Polaris Industries