Prior to founding 3QU, Henry founded and led Fulton Capital Management, which focuses on the technology, communication and media sectors across the Asian Markets.
From 1999 to 2002 Henry served as the Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Finance Officer, and significant shareholder of Tanning Technology Inc.; an IT system engineering firm that Henry led through a successful and well regarded IPO with Credit Suisse/First Boston. From 1988-1999, Henry was Managing Director of private equity firm AEA Investors, Inc. From 1984-1988, he was Vice President and one of the original members in the Private Equity Group at Lehman Brothers in New York.
Henry serves on the Board of Trustees at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business and served as Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board. He has an M.B.A. from Darden Graduate School of Business Administration (1984) and a B.S. in Business Administration from George Mason University.
Prior to joining 3QU, Dennis served as the SVP for Walt Disney Studios from 1992 to 2007. He played a large role in the success of The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, The National Treasure franchise, and Pixar movies, including, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Cars, and Wall-E. Rice began his entertainment career with Disney in 1992 as the head of marketing for the Buena Vista Home Entertainment Division.
In 1999, he was then recruited by Bob and Harvey Weinstein to serve as the President of Marketing at Miramax films from 1999 to 2002. While at Miramax, Rice oversaw marketing for nearly 120 films and delivered record profit in 1999 and 2000, releasing the two highest opening weekend box office films in company history, Scream 3 and Scary Movie. He also led all the studio’s marketing campaigns, which included The Cider House Rules, Chocolat, Chicago, and Spy Kids and helped generate over 60 Academy Award nominations. In 2003, Rice returned to Disney and led successful campaigns for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, generating over $700 million in worldwide box office to become the studio's second largest grossing film.
In 2007, Rice was recruited by Tom Cruise as the President of Worldwide Marketing and Publicity for United Artists. In late 2008, Rice founded Visio Entertainment, a marketing and distribution company designed to support the independent film industry.
Prior to joining 3QU, Jeremy served as a senior executive at W.V. Enterprises ― the film, television and venture company founded by actor Wilmer Valderrama. During his tenure at W.V.E., the company produced long and short-form content in animation, live action and reality formats and founded several successful direct-to-consumer brands in collaboration with major celebrities.
Before W.V.E., Jeremy was Vice President of Operations and Business Development at animation and VFX house Prana Studios (Planes, Tinkerbell film series), bringing 12 years of industry experience to the 3QU team.
Prior to 2010, Jeremy supervised the financial department of Vanguard Animation, leading financial reporting, accounting, business, and legal affairs for Vanguard. He led structured financings for film slates and individual projects as the protégé of well-known Hollywood producer John Williams. He is credited as an associate producer on the film Space Chimps and was instrumental in negotiating and completing the film’s funding, insurance, bonding, and production. Prior to 2004, Jeremy was a financial analyst at video game publisher Activision. He began his career as agent assistant in the literary department of the Summit Talent and Literary Agency.
Jeremy graduated with high honors from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business (2009) with an M.B.A., with an emphasis in Financial Analysis and Valuation. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Northwestern University in 2001.
Prior to joining 3QU, Jon was the senior partner in Beijing for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP where he has been located since 1999. He was previously in the Hong Kong and New York offices. He represents clients in mergers and acquisitions as wells as investing and financing transactions. He has played key roles in many of the most innovative transactions in Asia over the past 25 years, including the first international IPOs or leveraged financings out of India, Indonesia and China.
He was recognized as Deal Maker of Year in 2006 by the American Lawyer and has consistently been recognized as a leading lawyer in Asia by numerous publications. He is currently on the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce in the PRC where he served previously as Vice Chairman and General Counsel. He is licensed in both Hong Kong and New York.
In 1989, he received both a law degree from the Columbia University Law School in 1989 with high honors in international law and an M.B.A. from the Columbia University Business School with concentrations in Accounting and in Finance; and received in 1984 his B.S. from Brigham Young University, magna cum laude in Mechanical Engineering and Chinese.