Located in XI’AN, China, this up-and-coming company has quickly gained a reputation as a leading non-state-owned integrated energy company. Today, China Integrated Energy took a major step towards prominence when they announced that Jeff Chan will replace Albert Pu as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Pu resigned on April 28 this year.
Chan brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to China Integrated Energy. A fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Chan joined Ernst & Young Shanghai office in 2005 after working for four years with another large auditing firm in Malaysia. Throughout Chan’s professional career, Chan has served a myriad of clients, mainly in industries that included production, semi-conductors, transformers, telecommunications, and power generation.
Leading the way at China Integrated Energy is Xincheng Gao whom serves and the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Commenting on what the addition of Jeff Chan will mean to the future of the company, Mr. Gao was quoted as saying, “Jeff has a very strong background in accounting and a solid six-year track record at Ernst & Young. I am confident that Jeff’s financial experience and capabilities will facilitate a smooth transition, and I look forward to working more closely with him to further enhance the Company’s performance.”
To learn more about the company as a whole, visit their corporate website at: www.chinaintegratedenergy.com