During , he successively served as head of underwriting, marine insurance and auto insurance;. During , he served as Head of General Management Dept. Cao Liuyi started his career in Huang graduated in Nankai University. He joined Ping An in December Before joining Ping An in , Mr. Liang worked in W.
He joined Ping An in Sept. Previously, he worked in PICC, dedicated to development of special risk underwriting and water insurance business with extensive experience in insurance underwriting regarding areas such as aerospace, nuclear energy, etc. Hu acted as Head of the Publicity Dept. Qiu has a doctor's degree in economics and finance, and is a senior economist. Chen obtained her master's degree in business administration from Zhongnan University of Economics.
In November , Ms. Feng has a master's degree, and is a senior economist. Feng embarked on a career in banking in Wu graduated from Nanjing University in , majoring in business administration, and obtained his doctor's degree there. Wu embarked on his career in finance in Cao served in the front, middle and back office in both the headquarters and branches with profound grass-roots experience.
Starting her career in , Ms. Cao ever worked in Bank of China and China Minsheng Bank; in , she was appointed as Vice President of Guangzhou Branch of China Minsheng Bank, successively in charge of corporate banking, asset-liability management and risk management. Liu has over 20 years of experience in investment at home and abroad. He was in charge of investment and lending for a number of infrastructure privatization projects in many countries while working in World Bank in Washington, US and IFC from to After he was back in China in , he oversaw investment in many pioneering enterprises from industries such as environment protection, services, consumption, pharmaceutical, technology, education, finance, etc.
He also has in-depth research into the domestic financial market. He joined Ping An Trust in Sept. Since early , he has been in charge of the financial market sector of the interbank line incl. Zheng joined Ping An Trust in Oct. Pang obtained her Doctorate degree in engineering from Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and worked as a postdoctoral research fellow in economics there. She has profound expertise in the financial sector with extensive experience in the trust and securities industry.
From June to June , Mr. From January to December , Ms. Yu Chunhong, born in September , serves as Assistant President. From September to August , Mr. HU Yimin, born in Dec. From April to September , Mr.
He joined Ping An Securities in March , has acted as Special Assistant to President since then, and Co-head of the trading and derivatives business. Chris Hodson got his first job from Nomura International, focusing on swap and option trading. He then worked in Bank of America from to and was once the head of the swap trading department. He joined Ping An Securities in , has acted as Special Assistant to President since then, and Co-head of the trading and derivatives business. Luo started his career in He previously worked as an official at International Dept.
Xiao started his career in Lin started her career in Wang Tao started his career in With one of the most advanced healthcare systems in the region and a commitment to world-class care, Dubai is setting new standards for health and wellness. TBY talks to Dr.
TBY talks to Joe W. Focusing on quality care and specialized services, hospitals continue to place the patient at the center of their plans. The healthcare sector represents a changing landscape for insurers specialized in ensuring Dubai is covered today and tomorrow.
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The consistent stream of investment into healthcare has not necessarily been a boon for provision, and the fragmentation of the sector has created a market ripe for consolidation, which experts anticipate to continue through to After making significant advances in school quality in recent years, government and educational leaders are working to strengthen international ties and turn Dubai into a new hub for research, better equipped to increase human capital and create a knowledge-based economy.
In order to keep up with the needs of a diversifying economy, universities are adopting new strategies to provide the Emirate with a generation qualified to carry the economy forward. Already less dependent on oil exports than its neighbors, heavy investment in renewables has Dubai well positioned to achieve a stable energy future. Bin Shafar, CEO of Empower, on the potential of district cooling services, Empower's competitive advantage, and industry competition.
Recent regulations are changing the business landscape in Dubai but still favor the Emirate's steady growth as a regional economic hub.
A range of best practices and revamping strategies are changing the expectations for doing business in Dubai. Dubai's undisputed status as a global maritime hub, reinforced by a recent Menon Economics report that ranked Dubai fifth in the world in maritime capitals in terms of attractiveness and competitiveness, benefits from a regulated sector where investment keeps it at the cutting edge.
TBY talks to Kitack Lim, Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization IMO , on overcoming economic headwinds in , creating a forum for a more sustainable sector, and strategies to be expected in the future.
The Dubai Water Canal is the most recent megaproject to alter Dubai's natural harbors, creating new waterways to connect the city's bodies of water and make waves in economic development. TBY talks to Vijay Rangachari, Regional Managing Director of Maersk Training, on training clients on operational efficiency, the challenges of providing training, and programs in great demand.
Though the industry is picking up, the road to a solid recovery will be long and bumpy.
The familiar strategy of strong centralized leadership coupled with envious capital reserves and an aggressive acquisition strategy has lead DP World to global recognition within two decades. Today, the company's global positioning can be used as a tool for developing infrastructure in high-growth markets for larger benefits of UAE investment and trade. Dubai's vast transport and logistics industry, supported by economic diversification, benefits from multimodal transportation, while green technologies counter future congestion. Despite a global slowdown, car companies are optimistic given the popularity and quality of their vehicles.
Dubai has agreed upon a deal with US start-up Hyperloop One to evaluate the construction of a near-supersonic transport link that could slash travel times between Dubai and Abu Dhabi to minutes.
As a hub for business and tourism, the Dubai rental car market thrives as locals and foreigners alike look for the best solutions to get about. The future of Dubai is smart, as even abstract concepts like happiness are assigned a numeric value. Aisha bin Butti bin Bishr, Director General of Smart Dubai Office, on smart technology in the public sector, Dubai's partnerships with the private sector, and the ultimate goal of making Dubai the happiest city on earth. TBY talks to Osman Sultan, CEO of du, on its disruptive market entry, multi-stakeholder ecosystems, and being at the center of this revolutionizing ecosystem.
As the ICT sector experiences a digitalization transformation, companies in Dubai are helping people connect and build connections. This decade has seen the development of a new business model.
It is one that has seen internet-based companies becoming multi-million dollar entities without owning any assets, their only service being the easing of usability. Dubai's construction sector has weathered slow years and looks poised to begin growing again thanks to a new wave of large-scale projects linked to Expo Dubai's real estate sector has slowed in recent years due to regional and global economic circumstances, but new growth in the affordable housing sector and the city's well-diversified economy have kept it in an enviable position.
TBY talks to J. TBY talks to Ali Lootah, Chairman of Nakheel, on the development of the retail sector, growing interest in the middle-income sector, and cultivating steady income. In spite of market volatilities and competition, real estate in Dubai offers opportunities for those prepared to invest in quality and to listen to the market's needs. Having an integrated and solutions-minded approach to servicing real estate is key to growth and development within a competitive sector. Our house, in the middle -income street.
Dubai is renowned for its chart-topping growth rates in the real estate sector and eye-watering prices. But as the economy matures, a burgeoning middle class is looking for the more affordable options, a trend that the market is reacting to. Already one of the world's premiere tourism destinations, Dubai is working on broadening its scope of offerings in order to expand into new markets. He has worked with governments and regulators on private banking strategy in the key offshore hubs of Asia.
At McKinsey, he was also the Chairman of its people performance review committees, overseeing the review of Greater China's more than professionals. Shang-yan Chuang has more than thirteen years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining Noah, Mr. She was Chief Financial Officer of Company. Chang will continue her role as executive director of the Company.
Tao has more than 18 years of experience in investment and finance management. Prior to joining our company, he was the executive vice president of Yuanta Securities of Taiwan since July Prior to that, Mr. Tsai has been working in the finance industry since Chang is chief executive officer of Noah Upright since Chang has 22 years of experience in the asset management industry with in-depth knowledge about developing business in a dynamic financial world.
Yin has extensive experience in wealth management. Prior to co-founding our company, Mr. Yin was the deputy general manager of the wealth management department at Xiangcai Securities from November to September He is the founder and chairman of the board of directors of Guangdong Nowaday Investment Co.
In , he founded and, until , served as the chief executive officer of Robust Group, a food and beverage company, which is now a member of Danone Group.