ReneSola, a manufacturer of solar wafers and provider of solar module original equipment manufacturer (OEM) services, has made the following management appointments, effective 1 April 2010:
- Charles Bai, currently chief financial officer (CFO), has been appointed chief strategy officer (CSO).
- Julia Xu, currently vice president of international corporate finance and corporate communications, will succeed Bai as CFO.
- Henry Wang has been appointed as vice president of finance.
Over the past four years, Bai has overseen and improved the company’s financial management and internal controls, while guiding it through its AIM and NYSE listings and leading its fund raising campaigns. In his new role as CSO, he will lead the strategic partnering initiatives by further developing and fostering relationships with global solar companies which will allow the company to continue building upon its leading solar wafer and solar module OEM platform.
Since joining ReneSola last year as vice president of international corporate finance and corporate communications, Xu has helped to strengthen the company’s financial practice while becoming an integral part of its management team. Her in-depth understanding of ReneSola’s business and extensive financial background will allow her to make a natural transition.
Wang has over 15 years of experience in financial services with extensive experience in accounting and mergers and acquisitions. Before joining ReneSola, he served as vice president of finance for Jiayu Logistic Group and financial controller for Expeditors International Incorporation. Wang holds Certified public accountant (CPA) and certified internal auditor (CIA) certifications and received his bachelor’s degree from Wuhan University and MBA from Hong Kong Opening University.
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