Jaime Enrique Y. Gonzalez, Filipino, is currently the CEO of IPVI. He is also the founder of IPVG Corp., Egames, and IP-Converge, lnc., which all listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange.

Enrique has a diverse range of investment and operating experience across multiple industries such as technology, telecoms, cybersecurity, e-commerce, fintech, f&b and real estate. This expertise is drawn from partnerships with category leaders in the region in their respective industries. These include working relationships with the likes of Softbank, PCCW, Western Union, Highlands coffee.


Mr. Gonzalez went to Middlebury College, Asian Institute of Management and Harvard Business School. He is a Kauffman Fellow and part of the Class 21 batch. He has also completed the YPO program at the London Business School.


Enrique has spent the last two decades building leading internet, technology, and telecom businesses in the Philippines. These include leading data Center providers that serviced the Philippines, HK, and Singapore. He has also
invested in on-shore & undersea fiber optic cable
networks. He also was the principal shareholder behind Prolexic Technologies (which was acquired by Akamai).
Enrique has played vital roles during state visits of two presidents of the Philippines. He secured agreement during President Duterte's state visit to Japan with the LIST Group of Japan. He has also
signed agreements during the recent state visit to Korea with Hanwha (one of the largest conglomerates in Korea) to introduce blockchain technology and content to the Philippines.

Track Record

Enrique has a successful track record such as; he has structured profitable exits such as PCCW Teleservices (sold to PCCW of Hong Kong), Prolexic Technologies (sold to Kennet Partners and eventually to Akamai for over US$ 300 million), and Level-up Games (JV with MIH/Tencent then sold to Asiasoft). He is a partner in the Kaikaku Fund (a Softbank-led fund), a venture capital-focused on SE Asia. He is also on the board of Arthaland Corporation (PSE ticker symbol: ALCO), a listed real estate developer.

He was IT Executive of the Year in 2008 and a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year
2011. He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization and sits on the Board of Trustees of Asia Society Philippines. He continues to hold the record of being the youngest person to have listed a company on the Philippine Stock Exchange at 27 years old. Enrique was also a columnist for Philippine Star covering entrepreneurship and business under the Business Life section.

International Experience

China (CN)
Philippines (PH)
Singapore (SG)

Sector Expertise

Information technology
Telecommunications Services
Manila office


1003 Doña Julia Vargas Ave San Antonio, Pasig
1600, Manila


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