Marc Wang is a Vice President at Matrix Partners China and has been involved in investments in 21ViaNet (NASDAQ: VNET) and Hubs1. Previously, Marc Wang originally joined WI Harper Group initially as a summer associate in 2006, when he was studying his MBA at Peking University, and he officially worked at WI Harper Group from 2007 to 2008 as an associate and then as a principal. Before joining WI Harper, Marc was previously an associate at Needham & Company, a full-service technology-focused investment bank in the US. Marc joined Needham in 2001, and worked in its Menlo Park office and was actively involved in over 30 completed investment banking transactions with an aggregate transaction value of more than $2.6 billion, primarily in the semiconductor and semiconductor equipment, IP, and EDA spaces. Prior to joining Needham & Company, Marc worked at Merrill Lynch Japan Securities as a summer analyst in the equity research and equity trading departments.


With his investment banking background, Marc brings a strong analytical skill set and understanding of the US and international capital markets and the hardware industry.


Marc was born in the US and holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Peking University.


Marc is primarily responsible for the systems, software, and services sectors.

Marc is an avid electronic gadget collector, and enjoys trying out new devices.  In his spare time, he also likes skiing, dabbling with golf, and driving. 




Marc Wang
Vice President
Beijing office
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Assistant: Lisa Ye
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Areas of Interest
Technology that affects the lives of consumers
Professional services
WI Harper, Principal
Needham & Company, Associate
Merrill Lynch Japan Securities, Summer Analyst
Beijing University, Guanghua School of Management, International MBA
Stanford University, BS in Industrial Engineering
Marc received the Outstanding Student award at Guanghua School of Management at Peking University.