Suntech Power Holdings, a producer of solar panels, has announced that David King will succeed Amy Zhang as Suntech’s chief financial officer (CFO). King will join the company in April 2011 and will overlap with Zhang in early April for transitional purposes. Post the transition, Zhang will resign her position on the board of directors to pursue other opportunities.
King is the former CFO and treasurer of Tetra Tech, a provider of consulting, engineering, programme management, construction, and technical services addressing the resource management, energy and infrastructure markets. Prior to Tetra Tech, King served as vice president of finance and operations of Walt Disney Imagineering, and earlier, as vice president and CFO of the Asia Pacific region for Bechtel Group, a global engineering, construction and project management company.
King began his career at Price Waterhouse where he gained a decade of international and transactional experience at the firm’s Seattle, Los Angeles and Hong Kong offices. King studied Business Administration at the University of Washington and is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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