Minjun Kim, CAIA, Chapter Head

Partner, T3 Ventures

CAIA Member since 2014

Minjun Kim is Partner at T3 Ventures, focusing on venture companies and new growth investments. Previously, he was Co-Founder and Managing Partner of SAP Investment Management, a multi-family office based in Seoul, Korea, and also served as Consultant to Baker Brothers Investments, a US-based biotech investment company.

He also spent 11 years at Korea Investment Corporation, the sovereign wealth fund of Korea managing over $200 billion of assets as Senior Director in Hedge Funds of Hedge Funds at Korea Investment Corporation (KIC). While at KIC, he set up the internal hedge funds program and built it from zero to $5 billion in assets, which consisted of both single and fund of hedge funds as well as various co-investments.  The hedge funds are classified as volatility dampener in the overall portfolio context and have provided continuous risk-adjusted returns to the corporation.

Prior to KIC, he worked at Merrill Lynch Japan Securities, Bloomberg LP, Tong Yang Securities in various departments and roles, namely, Structured Credits, Analytics, Corporate Finance and International Finance. 

He is also actively involved in numerous volunteer activities and worked at Standards Board for Alternative Investments (SBAI) as Advisor, Stanford Seed, a Stanford GSB-led initiative that’s working to end the cycle of global poverty, as Consultant, and Busan International Film Festival Committee as a Staff in Asian Project Market for the new films. 

Minjun received his BSBA in International Business and Government from Georgetown University, and an MBA from Yonsei University. Minjun also completed the Stanford Executive Program from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. He is a CAIA charter holder and serves as Head of CAIA Korea Chapter.