Chau Tien Hsiang Now CFO of ENN Energy

Chau Tien Hsiang has been appointed as the Chief Financial Officer of ENN Energy Holdings Limited, with effect from 17 February 2017. Chau replaces Wang Dongzhi who has relinquished his role as the CFO of the company.

Chau, aged 47, has over 20 years of experience in corporate finance. Prior to joining the Group, Chau acted as the Chief Financial Officers of GCL New Energy Holdings Limited and GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited, providing comprehensive financial management to domestic and overseas business development with total assets exceeding HK$80 billion.

Chau held key financial executive positions in various world-renowned multinational companies, including International Business Machines, American International Group and the Philips Group.

During his service as the Asia Pacific Regional Treasurer at the Philips Group, Chau was responsible for liquidity management, credit, interest rate and exchange rate risks management across 15 countries with annual flow of approximately EUR 20 billion.

Chau also served as a senior corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions analyst at Merrill Lynch and as a management consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton’s strategy team.

Chau received a Master's degree in Business Administration (Financial Engineering) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2001, he also subsequently completed the Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation for Senior Executives and Stanford University’s Executive Program in Dynamic Corporate Strategy. 

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