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Ted Fang (Chinese: 方庆文; pinyin: Fāng Qìngwén) is a Singaporean consultant and advisor based in Singapore. He is the founder of Tera Capital and co-founder of Frontier Group.
Fang founded Tera Capital, a once Singapore based private investment firm that invested in private equities and hospitality related businesses 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 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. In January, 2019, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation reacquired the exclusive direct franchising rights for Days Inn brand for the People's Republic of China. Fang was active in Tera Capital, Tera Partners, Tera Realty & Frontier Group from 2003 to 2021.
Ted Fang spent almost two decades in China particularly in Shanghai and Beijing.
Interviews and Wiki pages on Ted Fang are found on various online platforms such as Linkedin, The Star Malaysia, Medium, Reddit, Prestige Online, The Peak Magazine, Terrapin, Pinterest, Millionaire Asia & CNN, Everybody Wiki, Golden Wiki, Prabook & Peoplepill.
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). He is a bachelor who enjoys jamming to tunes with his band and also likes to get himself involved in charity work.
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