China Advanced Construction Materials Group, a provider of ready-mix concrete in China, has appointed Jeremy Goodwin as chief financial officer (CFO).
Goodwin has been a member of China ACM’s board of directors since October 2008, and recently assumed the position as acting president on 25 January 2010. As the president and CFO, he oversees the public company activities, financial reporting, internal controls, as well as assisting the chief executive officer (CEO) in procuring and deploying domestic contracts, and expanding the company’s involvement in international projects, and strategic and financial partnerships going forward.
Goodwin has extensive experience in advising multi-national and Asian companies on key corporate initiatives such as business expansion, project management, strategic partnership, mergers and acquisitions (M&As), and financial management and reporting. He has experience working with Chinese building material companies, Chinese government agencies and various financial institutions.
Goodwin received his BSc from Cornell University and completed advanced degree studies both in International Finance at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva Switzerland as well as in Chinese affairs from Princeton University and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and French.
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