Sang H. Lee is the CEO and founder of DarcMatter, an online investment platform that allows alternative issuers and investors to seamlessly access, engage, and communicate with each other. By bringing transparency and improving informational access to the alternatives space, DarcMatter facilitates intelligent and data-driven investing.
Formerly an investment banker in the energy field at WestLB and BNP Paribas, Sang has accrued a wealth of expertise in financial regulation, business, and financial structuring. He has significant experience in the advisory and execution of more than $10.0 Bn equivalent of energy transactions in North America. During his career, Sang was focused on structuring, credit analysis, documentation and deal execution for complex transactions involving multiple investor groups, institutional investors, and financing products from major investment banks.
In addition to serving as the President of KSE (Korean Startups and Entrepreneurs), Sang has been featured in both domestic and international publications including Forbes, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, CNBC, Fast Company, Crains, and L’Express. Sang was also recognized as an ‘Under30CEO Entrepreneur to Watch in New York City’ and a “GOOD100” leader. Sang has been invited to speak at the UN, International CES, National Science Foundation, and the Council on Foreign Relations.
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