Rino International, which designs, manufactures, installs and services proprietary and patented wastewater treatment in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), has appointed Ben Wang as chief financial officer (CFO). He replaces Yi Liu (Jenny), who resigned due to personal reasons.
Wang earned his PhD from the Columbia Business School in New York in 2003. He was awarded an ME from Tsinghua University and a BE in Electronic Engineering from University of Electronic Science & Technology of China. He is also charter holder of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Financial Risk Management (FRM). Wang has extensive experience in public company analysis, qualitative and quantitative financial analysis and most recently served as CFO for New Oriental Energy & Chemical, and was previously an equity research analyst at Brean Murray Carret. Prior to that, Wang performed risk solutions consulting in Standard and Poor’s, and was a senior equity research analyst at Century Securities, based in Beijing, China.
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