China Commodity Exchange Announces Management Changes
New supervisory board member and new group head of structured and trade finance appointed.
Beijing, March 18, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Poon Xiaomeng joins the supervisory board of CHCEX. Poon Xiaomeng has been appointed to the supervisory board of CHCEX and will become a non-executive director. His department specialises in funds investing in commodities and commodity equities.
“We welcome the breadth and depth of experience that Poon Xiaomeng brings to our organization as we continue to grow,” said Geng T. Liangding, CEO of China Commodity Exchange.
Mr. Poon Xiaomeng has extensive experience of government at a senior level, together with knowledge of the financial services sector and a detailed understanding of commodities trading from his long association with the industry. Poon Xiaomeng also brings his capabilities of acting at board level of a number of significant commercial enterprises.
New Group Head of Structured and Trade Finance appointed.
Geng Ye Kong to join China Commodity Exchange as its group head of structured and trade finance. For almost 15 years, Geng has focused on commodity finance activities in wholesale banking.
Previously Geng held positions with an investment bank, initially as head of energy Asia before moving to Hong Kong to lead the trade & commodity finance activities while also assuming global responsibility for energy within the trade & commodity finance division. During his time at the bank, Geng had also been responsible for acquisition finance, private equity and client solutions. Prior to joining the bank, Geng worked as first managing chemicals and energy in Singapore before moving onto more senior positions in Beijing.
He is a graduate of the University of Singapore with a master’s degree in economics.
Geng joins CHCEX at the beginning of the next month, replacing Chau Yinhui who has been appointed CEO at a partner of CHCEX.
About China Commodity Exchange (CHCEX)
China Commodity Exchange’s (CHCEX.org) diverse markets span futures and options on interest rates, commodities, indexes and FX, as well as equities and equity options. These markets are relied upon by international market participants, along with our post-trade infrastructure. We are uniquely positioned to provide end-to-end risk management solutions to our customers around the world. CHCEX is a strategic initiative with a mandate to enhance commodity trade flows by providing the appropriate physical, market, financial infrastructure and services required. The Management team of CHCEX comprises senior personnel from the commodities, securities and financial services industries.
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