Content delivery network services (CDN) company ChinaCache has hired Guangsheng Meng as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective April 20, 2018. Mr. Meng will lead the financial operations of ChinaCache, including Tax, Treasury, Accounting, Internal Audit, Legal and Investor Relations and report directly to Mr. Song Wang, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Prior to joining CDN company ChinaCache, Guangsheng Meng served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at China Gerui Advance Materials Group Limited from October 2009 to September 2017.
“I’m excited to join the ChinaCache team and be part of this dynamic industry,” said Guangsheng Meng. “Drawing on my financial management experience gained over the years, I’m confident in my ability to work with the ChinaCache team and look forward to contributing to the Company’s success going forward.”
Throughout his career, Mr. Meng has held senior leadership and Chief Financial Officer roles at various companies, including A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd., Terex (China) Ltd., Shell (China) Ltd. and Koch Materials (China) Company (a subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc.).
Guangsheng Meng received his master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Georgetown University and is a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Meng is bilingual in Mandarin Chinese and English.
Data Centers, IXs, Cloud Hosting
“We are thrilled to welcome Guangsheng to ChinaCache,” said ChinaCache CEO, Mr. Song Wang. “His more than twenty years of experience guiding companies through complex transitions and growth periods will be valuable for us especially when the Company is in this important transition period from 2018 to 2019. We look forward to working with him.”
ChinaCache is a total solutions provider of Internet content and application delivery services in China. Through its distinctive “3-tier” Internet ecosystem, ChinaCache also offers Internet data center management, Internet Exchange operations and cloud hosting services. ChinaCache‘s network is interconnected with those operated by the three dominating telecom carriers (China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom) and local Internet service providers in China.