Our People

ACM brings together an effective combination of expertise and relationships in direct investment and corporate finance in Asian markets. This provides the company with the strengths needed to access, assess, manage and realize investments in the company’s target business sectors. We offer one of the most experienced corporate finance teams based in Hong Kong.


Louis M. Bowen

Louis M. Bowen

Chairman and Chief Executive

Louis Bowen is Chairman and Chief Executive of Asia Capital Management Limited. He has been in the private equity and venture capital business in Asia since 1981. Prior to that, he spent nine years with Citicorp in New York including four years responsible for their Corporate Finance activities in the Asia-Pacific region from 1977 to 1981.

In his 35 years of private equity and investment banking in Asia, Louis has been responsible for over 50 investments in a range of industries and countries. He has also advised a number of companies on cross-border corporate finance transactions. He currently serves on the boards of several companies in the Asia-Pacific region.

Louis received an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School and has a BA in Economics from the University of Arkansas. He was a co-founder of the Hong Kong Venture Capital Association and is a member of the World Presidents’ Organization. He currently sits on the Board of Governors of the Wharton Alumni Association of Hong Kong, on the Board of Advisors of the Arkansas World Trade Center, and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.

Glenn Henricksen
Glenn Henricksen

Managing Director

Glenn Henricksen is a Managing Director of Asia Capital Management Limited. Prior to ACML, Glenn has worked for well-known global firms such as African Development Bank, Bear Stearns, BlackRock Financial Management, New York Life, and Prudential Bache Securities. He has had roles in a variety of areas within those firms such as risk management, portfolio management, trading and capital raising.

Glenn is also a Director and founding partner of CIF Hong Kong (CIF) and Asia Technology Management (ATM), consulting firms that advise banks, non-bank financial institutions and corporations in Asian and EMEA emerging markets in various aspects of finance and management whose clients include a broad range of public and private institutions. Mr. Henricksen has served on the Board of Directors of several US-listed companies and is a member of the Board of Governors of the American Club in Hong Kong.

Glenn received a BS/MBA degree in Finance from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1982. He is a US citizen, permanent resident of Hong Kong.

James D. Collins-Taylor
James Collins-Taylor


James Collins-Taylor is a director and shareholder of the ACM Group. He has been involved in the private equity and venture capital business in Asia since 1992. Prior to that, he spent twelve years with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu initially in London before moving to Hong Kong in 1987 to be in charge of the Hong Kong office’s professional standards review department.

James has extensive corporate finance experience and has been involved in a number of major transactions involving companies listed on the London and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges. He has also overseen and been involved in a number of significant financial investigations. He currently serves on the Boards of several companies in the Asia-Pacific Region including two public units trusts.

James has an honours degree in Business Studies and Finance from Central Lancashire University and qualified as a chartered accountant in September 1983 with Touch Ross & Co. London. James has spent 35 years living and working in Asia.

Dr. Patrick G. Caviness
Patrick Caviness

Senior Advisor

Dr. Patrick Caviness is a Senior Adviser to ACM and initially joined ACM in 1998. A US citizen and permanent resident of Hong Kong, he has a distinguished career that spans investment banking, healthcare, education, and government service. After receiving his doctoral in Health Systems from Tulane Medical Center, he came to Hong Kong in 1998 to work for ACM with a particular focus on healthcare-related transactions.

Dr. Caviness has taught, consulted and written in the field of bank strategic and financial planning for most of his career. He was executive vice president of a regional investment banking firm and Senior VP and Treasurer of a large metropolitan bank. He was the founder, president and CEO of an investment banking firm specializing in financing banks and thrifts in the US and senior vice president of a large bank consulting firm. He holds the American Banker’s Association distinguished Service Award.

Dr. Caviness has a Certified Financial Planning designation and received an additional graduate degree in Banking from Rutgers University in 1978. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in American Politics and Economics from Yale University and his Masters of Business Administration from the Wharton Graduate School of Finance at University of Pennsylvania. His obtained his doctoral degree from Tulane University Medical Center in 1998.