China BAK Battery, a global manufacturer of lithium-based battery cells, has promoted Ke Marcus Cui to chief financial officer (CFO), treasurer and secretary. He had been serving as interim CFO since December 2010 and director of investor relations since September 2010.
Cui brings a wealth of experience in management, accounting, auditing, financial analysis and reporting. Previously, he served as assistant to the general manager of BAK Tianjin, transitioning to the position of marketing and sales director, and most recently he served as the finance director of BAK Tianjin. He also worked in Japan for Nomura Institute of Capital Market Research as assistant researcher.
Cui earned his BSc degrees in project management and economic information management from Chiba University of Japan and Jilin University, respectively, and a Master’s degree in international financial analysis from University of Newcastle England. Cui is fluent in Mandarin, English and Japanese.
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