Prospective multinational acquirers are frequently deterred by the misperception that value-generating acquisitions are nearly impossible in China. They believe they cannot attain majority control; while this is true in a few industries, it is more the exception than the rule.

Hubert Hsu
Managing Director & Senior Partner
Hong Kong

Hubert Hsu joined The Boston Consulting Group in Greater China in 1993 and has since consulted extensively in the consumer and retail sectors in the Asia-Pacific region.

Hubert has led postmerger integration projects in the food and beverage, confectionery, wine and spirits, brown goods, white goods, sports footwear, and apparel industries. He has worked with clients in numerous areas, including department and grocery stores, home and personal care, snacks, nutritional supplements, household appliances, consumer electronics, and luxury attire.

Hubert speaks regularly at conferences around the world. Before joining BCG, he was a senior informational systems manager for Hewlett-Packard in Silicon Valley.


  • MBA, Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • BS, with honors, computer information systems, California Polytechnic University, Pomona


  • Top 10 Consultant in China, China Business Journal
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