People: Nexteer Automotive Group Ltd (1316.HK)

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Zhao, Guibin 

Mr. Zhao Guibin serves as Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board of Nexteer Automotive Group Limited. He was appointed as executive Director and chairman of the Board on June 15, 2013. He is also the chief executive officer since June 2012. Mr. ZHAO has 16 years of relevant experience in the automotive industry. Mr. Zhao is also a director of PCM (US) Steering, PCM (Singapore) Steering, and chairman of the board of directors of several of the subsidiaries. He has been a director of PCM China, since December 2010, and chairman of the board of directors and general manager of AVIC Auto, one of Controlling Shareholders, since 2010 and from 2009 to 2010, respectively. He is also the deputy chief economist of AVIC. From April 2010 to April 2013, Mr. Zhao was the chairman of the board of directors of AVIC Heavy Machinery Co. Ltd., a non-wholly owned subsidiary of AVIC, and a company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (stock code: 600765). From 1997 to 2003, he was the general manager of Sichuan Lingfeng Aeronautics Hydraulic Machinery Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of AVIC, where he was in charge of corporate governance and operational management. He was appointed as general manager, director and chairman of AVIC Chengdu Engine (Group) Co., Ltd, a non-wholly owned subsidiary of AVIC, and as director and chairman of the board of its non-wholly owned subsidiary, Sichuan Chengfa Aero Science and Technology Co., Ltd in August 2003. He became a first-tier senior economist in September 2004, awarded by China Aviation Industry Corporation II. He was awarded an executive master’s degree in business administration by the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, the PRC, in June 2007. Mr. Zhao has received numerous awards in recognition of his achievements, including the Government Special Allowance awarded by the PRC State Council in 2000.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 200,000
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Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
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Fiscal Year Total, USD 200,000

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