Himax Technologies has appointed Jackie Chang as chief financial officer (CFO). Chang will report to Jordan Wu, Himax’s president and chief executive officer (CEO). Chang succeeds Jessica Pan, the company’s interim CFO. Pan will stay with the company to continue her role as head of accounting and treasury operations, reporting to Chang.
Chang is an accomplished corporate executive with over 25 years of professional experience in finance, accounting and operations, having worked for both entrepreneurial and multinational corporations in retail, distribution and manufacturing segments, and for the past several years in the consumer electronics and automotive manufacturing industries.
Previously, Chang was CFO of Castlink, where she was responsible for financial reporting and operations. Prior to that, she served as the vice president of finance and operations for PlayHut, where she was in charge of the entire finance, auditing, supply chain management and procurement operations for the firm’s multinational platform. Prior to joining PlayHut, Chang was an executive for Nissan North America for 13 years, where she held several positions in finance, treasury, business planning, operations and accounting.
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