Investment Highlights

Our sponsor (KVC Sponsor LLC), board of directors and management team bring together a combined total of over a century of well-rounded experience in the areas of entrepreneurship, corporate operations, buy-side investments (private equity investments and exits, de-SPACs), and corporate finance (fundraisings, listings, and mergers and acquisitions), all of which is integral to a successful special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”). We believe that, with the combination of these professional skill sets, coupled with our global network resources, we will be able to accelerate our target’s timetable in becoming one of its industry’s leading players, optimizing development, and generating appealing risk-adjusted returns for our investors.

Accomplished Team with Global Experience and Expertise

Our Team has worked at some of the world’s best and leading institutions in their industries. Their combined, all-rounded experience and expertise (operational, entrepreneurial, investment, exit, M&A, de-SPAC) offer KVAC with a unique edge in target searching and to complete a business combination in a timely fashion. Our professional and prudent approach provides additional protection for investor interest

Extensive Global Network and Resources

Our Team’s career paths span across Asia, Europe and the Americas, with relationships with some of the best experts and leaders in their fields. This can enhance KVAC’s chances in searching for better quality targets and reduce time for completing a business combination. This is crucial in improving investment returns for KVAC’s shareholders

Sponsor with Serial Investment, Exit and de-SPAC Experience

The founders have extensive investment, exit and de-SPAC experience. Coupling with operational know-how, M&A expertise and deal structuring experience, this enhances the probability of a successful de-SPAC for KVAC

Competitive Edge

KVAC offers a comprehensive yet extensive set of skills and experience which is essential to the timely execution of a successful business combination.
Corporate / Operation
Merger & Acquisition
Global Network Resources
Target Search
Deal Structuring
Exit / De-SPAC
Kenneth Wong
Jason Wong
Alex Davidkhanian
Peter Ding
Ronald Li
Albert Yu

Target Industries

Evaluation Criteria

Our target industries constitute some of the basic needs of mankind and/or society:

  1. Agriculture
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Consumer Products

Evaluation of a target company will be based on ESG imperatives with a focus on continuous sustainability and growth

Operations, Sustainability, Social, Ethics, Technology


  • The Russia/Ukraine war caused record highs in food prices in 2022 and continues to add uncertainty in 2023 and beyond, especially for oilseeds, for which Russia and Ukraine are key exporters
  • Climate change is expected to continue to have a significant impact on global agriculture, with changing weather patterns and more frequent extreme weather events potentially disrupting crop yields, leading to rising food prices
  • Geopolitical tensions in recent years led to restricted food imports/exports amongst countries, prompted world leaders to focus on initiatives and support for domestic food production and leading to favorable industry policies (e.g., low interest loans, subsidies, government funding) in various countries
  • The world’s population is expected to grow by around 2 billion people by 2050, which will put increasing pressure on food production
  • Advancements in agricultural technology, such as precision agriculture and vertical farming, are making it possible to produce more food with less land, water, and other resources. This could lead to increased productivity and efficiency in the sector

Sources: “2022-2031 OECD – FAO Agriculture Outlook”, OECD and FAO


Sources: Grand View Research and Polaris Market Research

The sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 15% from 2021 to 2028, from a 2020 market value of US$750 billion.*

Valuations are relatively attractive – the Nasdaq Biotech Index is down 21.88% from its September 2021 peak.

Consumer Goods

  • Despite global economic uncertainty, consumer demand for certain necessities remains strong. For example, during the COVID-19 pandemic, sales of certain consumer goods like household cleaning products, packaged foods, and personal care products increased significantly
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift towards e-commerce and digital channels, which created opportunities for consumer brands that are able to adapt and meet changing consumer needs
  • With the rise of e-commerce, consumer brands have a greater opportunity to reach consumers directly and build brand loyalty. E-commerce has also allowed for more data-driven marketing, which can help companies better understand and target their customers
  • Consumer brands that are able to differentiate themselves from competitors through innovation or unique branding may be able to capture a larger share of the market
  • Strong consumer brands often have a loyal customer base, which can help to insulate them from competitive pressures and create a stable revenue stream

1. E-commerce: At the Center of Profitable Growth in Consumer Goods, McKinsey & Company.
2. E-commerce in the Time of COVID-19,

Selected Transactions

Precedent 1: Pharmaceutical – Acquisition & Disposal

From 2004 to 2008, Mr. Kenneth Wong was the SVP of the Topsun Pharmaceutical Group and was responsible for:

  • Acquisition of Yunnan Baiyao Pharmaceutical Group, one of the four national secret formulas in the PRC pharmaceutical industry
  • Acquisition of Shanxi Guangyu Yuan Pharmaceutical Group, one of the four national secret formulas in the PRC pharmaceutical industry
  • Disposal of QiDong Gaitianli Pharmaceutical Company in 2007, at a time when multinational pharmaceuticals were competing for domestic distribution network and third-tier city/suburban market share
    – First major cross-border pharmaceutical M&A in the PRC
    – Largest pharmaceutical private sector transaction in the PRC

Precedent 2: Agriculture / Consumer Brand – Investment and Exit

Mr. Kenneth Wong (via Keen Vision Capital) led-invested and managed US$290 million private equity investment into Huishan Dairy in 2011, at a time when confidence level for the Chinese dairy industry was at its lowest as a result of the milk scandal (melamine incident) in 2008:

    • First offshore investment into the Chinese dairy sector when valuation was still at its lowest
    • Lead-investor and lead-manager
      – Structuring of investment and legal structure
      – Negotiation of terms and conditions
      – Closing and settlement
    • Successful disposal of investment stake in 2014