"We aspire to be more than just a leading personal technology company, but to be a company that is known, admired and respected around the world." – Yuanqing Yang, Chairman and CEO








YANG Yuanqing
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yang Yuanqing is Chief Executive Officer and an executive director of the Company and has been appointed as the Chairman of the Board on November 3, 2011. He is also a director and a shareholder of Sureinvest Holdings Limited which holds interests in the issued share capital of the Company. Mr. Yang assumed the duties of chief executive officer on February 5, 2009. Prior to that, he was the chairman of the board from April 30, 2005. Before taking up the office as chairman, Mr. Yang was the chief executive officer and has been an executive director since December 16, 1997. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of computers. Under his leadership, Lenovo has been China's best-selling PC brand since 1997. Mr. Yang holds a Master's degree from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Science and Technology of China. Mr. Yang is also a guest professor at the University of Science and Technology of China and a member of the New York Stock Exchange's International Advisory Committee.Top
Gianfranco LANCI
Corporate President and Chief Operating Officer

Gianfranco Lanci joined the Group in April 2012 and is currently Corporate President and Chief Operating Officer, responsible for running Lenovo’s PC and Smart Device Business Group. Prior to that he ran Lenovo’s combined PC and Enterprise business groups.  Before that, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, responsible for running Lenovo's global PC business as well as for Lenovo's EMEA region and the Asia Pacific markets of Australia, Japan and New Zealand.  Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President of the Company and President of the EMEA geography. Mr Lanci has 30 years experience across the PC business, including leadership roles at Texas Instruments and Acer. He was appointed as President of Acer Inc. in 2005 and in 2008 became Chief Executive Officer and President. Under his leadership he led Acer to the #2 position globally and #1 in EMEA whilst recording record profitability for three consecutive years. He holds a degree in engineering from the Politecnico of Turin.Top

WONG Wai Ming
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Wong Wai Ming is Executive Vice President of the Company and Chief Financial Officer. He was previously an investment banker for more than 15 years and also held senior management position in listed companies in Hong Kong. He was an independent non-executive director of the Company from March 30, 1999 until his appointment to the position of CFO on May 23, 2007. Mr. Wong is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and holds a Bachelor's degree in Management Sciences from the Victoria University of Manchester, U.K..Top

Gerry P. SMITH
Executive Vice President and President, Data Center Group

Gerry P. Smith joined the Group in August 2006 and is currently Executive Vice President of the Company and President of the Data Center Group.  In this role he oversees Lenovo's fast-growing enterprise business worldwide.


Prior to that, Mr. Smith was Chief Operating Officer of the combined PC and Enterprise Business Group. Prior to that, Mr. Smith was Senior Vice President of the Company and President of the Americas geography. Before that, Mr. Smith was Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain and is responsible for end-to-end supply chain management encompassing order management, supply planning, procurement, manufacturing, logistics and fulfilment operations. Before joining the Group, Mr. Smith held a number of leadership roles at Dell, including Vice President and General Manager of Notebook Development, of Peripherals Development and of the Display Line of Business. Mr. Smith holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance and Marketing from Pacific Lutheran University.


CHEN Xudong
Senior Vice President and Co-President, Mobile Business Group

Mr. Chen joined Lenovo in 1993, and is currently Senior Vice President of the Company and Co-President, Mobile Business Group. In this role he focuses on Lenovo’s Mobile business in China, the world’s largest mobile market. He is also the founding CEO of ShenQi, a subsidiary mobile company for Lenovo.


Prior to that, Mr. Chen was Senior Vice President of Lenovo Group and President for Lenovo China Region and the Asia Pacific Emerging Markets region.  Prior to this, he was President of the Lenovo China Region.


Mr. Chen’s other leadership roles include Regional Sales, Commerce, Quality, and Channel Management. He was appointed as vice president of Lenovo Group in April 2005, and took charge of Lenovo's channel sales and consumer business for Asia Pacific in 2006. From December 2008 to December 2009, he was responsible for the strategy and operations of Lenovo's Asia Pacific and Russia regions, and then moved to Lenovo's Emerging Market Group. Mr.Chen has served as the general manager of Lenovo China region since December 2009, and was appointed to senior vice president of Lenovo Group in October 2011.


Mr.Chen graduated from Peking University with a bachelor's degree in probability statistics in 1989 and a master's degree in the same discipline in 1992. Mr. Chen also holds an EMBA degree from China Europe International Business School.


HE Zhiqiang
Senior Vice President, Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group

He Zhiqiang joined the Group in 1986 and is the Senior Vice President of the Company, Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group.  Prior to that he was President of the Ecosystem and Cloud Business Group, where he oversaw Lenovo's work to expand its fast growing Ecosystem business, as well as to drive innovation in software for Cloud based applications.


Previously, Mr. He served as Chief Technology Officer with responsibility for technology strategy, R&D systems and technology exploration of emerging areas. Prior to that, Mr. He held various leadership positions in Lenovo particularly in overseeing Lenovo's R&D initiatives and systems. Mr. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Communication from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications and a Master's degree in Computer Engineering from the Institute of Computing Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.


Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Dr. Peter D. Hortensius is Senior Vice President of Lenovo and Chief Technology Officer for the company, with responsibilities for Lenovo's innovation centers located around the world.  In addition, he is Chief Technology Officer and leads strategy for the Data Center Group. Previously, Dr. Hortensius was President of the Think Business Group which has supply chain and product responsibilities for Lenovo's Think branded product lines.


Prior to this role, he served as President of the Product Group where he managed both the company's commercial and consumer PC product portfolio, and enterprise business.  Before that, he was Senior Vice President of Lenovo's Think Product Group where he managed the company's commercial product portfolio and was responsible for increasing market share and profitability in enterprise segments and in new growth areas like small-to-medium business by launching the ThinkPad Edge line of laptops.


Dr. Hortensius joined Lenovo in May, 2005 as Senior Vice President for Worldwide Product Development and was appointed Senior Vice President for Lenovo's Notebook Business Unit in October with business and product development responsibilities for all the ThinkPad and Lenovo-branded laptop lines.


Before joining Lenovo, Dr. Hortensius spent 17 years with IBM where he was the vice president, Products and Offerings, for IBM's PC Division.  He has extensive expertise in product and technology research and development.


Dr. Hortensius holds a Doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba in Canada.


Senior Vice President and Co-President, Mobile Business Group
Chairman and President, Motorola Mobility

As Co-President of Lenovo’s Mobile Business Group, Aymar co-leads Lenovo’s mobile business, including R&D, product, supply chain and the Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America and EMEA Geos


Prior to that, Aymar was Lenovo's President of North America, responsible for North America sales, daily operations, growth and profitability of the region -- encompassing the United States and Canada.  Prior to that, he was President of Lenovo in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).  Under his leadership, EMEA reached record market share and profitability across a diverse region including more than 120 countries, supported by 50 offices.


Aymar joined Lenovo in 2013 to lead the company's drive in the mobile space in EMEA and lay the foundations for the company's expansion plans. He was promoted to president EMEA and senior vice president Lenovo Group in January 2014 and at the same time joined the Lenovo Executive Committee, LEC.


His 30 year career has spanned global leadership roles with companies in both the US and Europe. Over the last ten years he was based in Europe where he was corporate VP and member of the Executive Committee of Capgemini, senior VP and president of SHBG at Acer and CEO of Packard-Bell.


Prior to being in Europe he spent over twenty years in California where he held a variety of leadership positions in large companies such as Softbank, Ziff-Davis and Tandon, as well as a variety of technology start-ups.


Aymar graduated from the ESSEC business school in France in 1981.



Senior Vice President and General Counsel

Scott Offer, senior vice president and General Counsel at Lenovo, joined the company in 2014 with Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility. Scott is responsible for setting overall legal strategy, leading a team of approximately 140 legal professional in 15 countries. This team is a globally integrated organization that partners with business leads, negotiates all strategic deals, manages the global intellectual property and litigation portfolios, and maintains legal compliance.


Prior to this role, Scott was Chief Counsel to Lenovo’s Mobile Business Group. Prior to that, Scott was senior vice president and chief counsel for Motorola Mobility where he led many key global strategic initiatives, including taking Motorola Mobility public in 2011, leading legal efforts around mergers and acquisitions initiatives (including acquisitions by Google and Lenovo) and driving strategy around a wide range of intellectual property and regulatory issues worldwide. Before joining Motorola, Scott worked for law firm Boodle Hatfield and Royal Dutch Shell plc.


Scott received his law degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and is qualified as a lawyer in the United Kingdom and the United States.


Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Qiao Jian joined the Group in 1990 and is currently Senior Vice President, Human Resources, responsible for human resources, organizational development, global talent, compensation and benefits as well as nurturing the Company's culture. Prior to assuming this position, Ms. Qiao held various senior positions in the Group including senior vice president of Strategy and Planning and vice president of Human Resources in China – both before and after the acquisition of IBM's PC Division. Ms. Qiao has extensive experience in human resources, strategy, marketing and branding. She holds a Bachelor's degree in management science from Fudan University and holds an EMBA from China Europe International Business School.Top

Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

David Roman is senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Lenovo, responsible for driving all marketing activities for the global personal computer maker.


Prior to joining Lenovo, David was vice president of worldwide marketing communications for Hewlett-Packard's Personal Systems Group, responsible for driving advertising, media relations and marketing services. He was responsible for HP's award winning "The Computer is Personal Again" campaign.


Before HP, David was vice president of Corporate and International Marketing at NVIDIA. He also held a number of different marketing leadership roles at Apple Computer in Europe, Asia Pacific and the USA. His last Apple role was vice president of worldwide advertising and brand marketing.


David graduated from the Queensland University of Technology (Australia) with a degree in Architecture after starting his architectural studies at the Polytechnic of Torino (Italy). He also pursued executive MBA studies at INSEAD in Paris.


Senior Vice President and President, LATAM & EMEA

Luca Rossi joined Lenovo in 2015 and is now President of the EMEA and LATAM geographies, leading the PC, smartphone, tablet, and server businesses. Previously, he led the LATAM geography before having the scope of his role extended to EMEA.


Prior to joining Lenovo, Mr. Rossi served as President of EMEA for Acer. His other roles at Acer included leading the Packard Bell business, the consumer business, and the entire product business.


Before Acer, he held a number of positions with Asus, culminating in General Manager for Asus Europe.


Mr. Rossi’s career began as a 19-year-old entrepreneur when he set up an Italian systems integrator under the Geo Microsystems brand.


Xiaoyan WANG
Senior Vice President, Centralized Services

Xiaoyan Wang, senior vice president at Lenovo, was appointed chief information officer in March 2009. She was named senior vice president of world wide services in 2013. She is responsible for Lenovo's service organization as well as information technology strategy and operations including all aspects of Lenovo's global IT infrastructure, business applications development, support and maintenance, as well as information service delivery and security. Under Ms. Wang's leadership, the Information Technology organization is working closely with Lenovo's internal business partners in designing IT strategies, processes and architecture to support Lenovo's Think, Idea, mature and emerging market segments.


Ms. Wang joined Lenovo in 1994 and has held several posts including chief administrative officer heading corporate functions such as Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, and corporate administration. She has also led various technical service organizations at Lenovo. Ms. Wang was part of the team that worked on the groundbreaking Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's PC business. Prior to Lenovo, she worked in various areas including R&D engineering, technical service and project management.


Ms. Wang holds a master's degree of science in mechanical technology and automation from Beijing Institute of Technology, and an EMBA from China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS).


In 1999, Ms. Wang was honored by the Chinese Academy of Science as one of its "Outstanding Women." Ms. Wang is also a trustee of the CEIBS Education Charity organization, which provides financial support for the education of underprivileged children.


ZHOU Qingtong
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Zhou QingTong is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Lenovo, responsible for information technology and business transformation.  In addition, he serves as Chief Financial Officer for the Data Center Group. Mr. Zhou joined Lenovo in 2004.


Prior to his current role, he held numerous senior positions, most recently as Chief Strategy Officer.  Before that he was chief financial officer for Lenovo's Emerging Markets Group, overseeing finances for a business that covered more than 120 markets.  Before that, he served as chief financial officer for many parts of Lenovo's business, including Asia Pacific, Russia and Greater China.  Before joining Lenovo, he worked at other technology companies and with Bain & Company.


Mr. Zhou holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago and a Master's and Bachelor's degree in Engineering from Tsinghua University.