Country Garden Appoints Wu Jianbin as CFO

Wu Jianbin has been appointed as the Chief Financial Officer of Country Garden Holdings Company Limited with effect from 30 April 2014.

 

Wu, 51, graduated from the School of Finance and Economics of Xi’an Jiaotong University (formerly known as Shaanxi Institute of Finance and Economics) and obtained a master degree and a doctorate degree in Business Administration from the Macau University of Science and Technology respectively. Wu is a senior accountant and is an adjunct professor at the Shanghai University of International Business and Economics.

 

Wu joined China State Construction Engineering Corporation in 1984 and was seconded to China Overseas Land & Investment Ltd. in 1987. He was appointed as director and fi nancial controller of China Overseas Holdings Limited in 2001 and appointed as executive director and financial controller of

 

China Overseas Land & Investment Ltd. in 2002 and was re-designated as vice chairman and nonexecutive director in 2009.

 

Prior to joining the group, Wu was an executive director and vice president of China Overseas Holdings Limited and the chairman of China Overseas Investment Developing Holdings Limited.  Wu has received a number of awards between 2004 and 2009, including “the Achievement Award for Financial Management of 30th Anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening up” and “the 60th Anniversary of China’s Financial Value Leadership Award” awarded by the China Chief Financial Offi cer Press and China CFO International Summit in 2008 and 2009 respectively.

 

Wu is also a member of the 11th Shaanxi Provincial Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative. Wu has 30 years of experience in corporate fi nance, accounting, investment operations and information management.

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