Andrew Macintosh is non-executive Chairman of Acorus Investment Management, a China-Africa private equity fund.
Prior Andrew was Managing Partner (Asia) of Entoro Capital, an SEC-licensed oil & gas investment bank based in Houston, and an accredited International Petroleum Negotiator. Andrew was CEO (HK) and a director and chair of the investment committee of a Chinese Private Equity group with US$500 million under management. The investment strategy focused on real estate, energy and commodities. Andrew held board seats on the Beijing fund, the HK management company, and several investee companies.
Previously, Andrew was the General Manager of Banking for National Australia Bank in Hong Kong, where he oversaw the private banking, commercial banking, and retail banking businesses. Andrew served on NAB’s Asian leadership committee, asset and liabilities committee (ALCO) and chaired NAB’s Asian investment committee.
Prior to this, Andrew worked for Westpac, JP Morgan and investment bank Jardine Fleming. Andrew also founded and successfully grew an Australasian technology consultancy company for 9 years. In 2015, Andrew founded not-for-profit Community Education Abroad (CEDA), which brings high school children from all over the world to teach primary school in Cambodia, as part of their Community Action Service (CAS) requirements.
Andrew holds an MBA from The University of Sydney and a B.Sc. from the US. From 2010-2018, Andrew was an adjunct faculty at Macquarie University’s Graduate School of Management and was a Visiting Scholar at HKUST’s Business School teaching the course “Energy Economics and Geopolitics”. Andrew also serves on two school boards in Asia. Andrew has lectured on the Australian Institute of Company Directors International Company Directors course since 2012.