RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — March 20, 2007 — Lenovo today announced the appointment of Gary Ng, as vice president, Investor Relations. He reports to Mary Ma, chief financial officer, Lenovo, and is responsible for strengthening Lenovo's ties to the investor and financial communities. Ng will be based in Hong Kong.
Ng was most recently director, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, Company Secretary at Clear Media Limited, the largest outdoor media company in China listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, where he led the company's financial reporting operations. Prior to that, Ng worked with a number of companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, including Esprit and Guangdong Kelon. At both Clear Media and Guangdong Kelon, Ng won a number of industry awards in investor relations and financial reporting.
Ng has also worked with several investor relations agencies, including Gavin Anderson, Dewe Rogerson, and financial institutions including Wardley Investment management, (now known as HSBC Asset Management).
"Lenovo has attracted significantly more attention from the global investment community, and Gary's experience will help us put the changes in place that we need to make," said Mary Ma, chief financial officer, Lenovo. "I look forward to working with Gary as he helps take our story even stronger out into the investment community."
Ng holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Economics and Finance degree from the University of Hong Kong, an MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a master's degree in International Communication from Macquarie University.
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