London, Ho Chi Minh City
Andrew Huntley is a Managing Partner of BDA. Having joined the co-founders in 1998, he established and oversaw BDA’s early Asian offices including Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong, subsequently co-managed BDA’s New York office from 2002 to 2005, and managed its London office from 2005 to 2018.
He now travels widely in Asia and Europe from his base in Ho Chi Minh City and oversees BDA’s global Healthcare & Life Sciences sector. Mr. Huntley has advised clients on transactions across Asia as well as in Europe and North America, including both blue chip corporate clients such as Arkema, Celestica, Clariant, Edenred, Henkel, Jardine Matheson, Johnson Matthey, Laird Group, Rexel, Sumitomo Chemical, SunGard, ThomsonReuters, Tata Motors and Weir Group as well as financial sponsors such as Actis, Ardian, Bregal Capital, EQT, LDC, Investcorp, Mekong Capital, Nova Capital, Prudential, Segulah, Seera and STIC. Before BDA, Mr. Huntley worked for the Jardine Matheson Group in HK, China, Taiwan and Vietnam. He acted as the Group Representative in Vietnam and had executive responsibility for Group businesses there and in Taiwan. Mr. Huntley was educated at Oxford University (MA Hons, Chinese). He is fluent in Mandarin and conversant in Vietnamese.
Raised Series B round from ABC World Asia
Divested Neoss to CareCapital
Divested Escientia Life Sciences to Deccan Fine Chemicals
Divested significant stake in Kehua Bio-Engineering to Gree Real Estate
Divested majority stake to The Longreach Group
Divested Model Solution to Hankook Tire
Divested The Ritedose Corporation to AGIC and Humanwell
Divested its 48.08% equity stake in Netas to ZTE
Majority recapitalized by Galen Partners
Divested CMC Biologics to Asahi Glass
Divested Facade Access Holdings to Alimak Group
Divested TitanX to Tata Autocomp
Divested lighting business, Halonix Technologies
Divested Indian emulsion polymer business to Apcotex Industries
Divested AnaJet to Ricoh
Divested to a Japanese chemicals & life science company
Acquired Flexitech Holding
Divested Singapore-based Retail Banking business
Divested Kosan Crisplant to Al-Ayuni Investment
Acquried a controlling stake in Systran S.A.