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Huaibin has played a leading role in S&P Global Mobility workshops and consulting projects for OEMs including BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, Ford, GM, Hyundai/Kia, Nissan, PSA, SAIC, Toyota, and VW; for suppliers including Continental, Bosch, Delphi, Eaton, Honeywell, Michelin, Philips and Saint Gobain; for consulting firms including Deloitte and KPMG. He also speaks about the China auto industry at conferences in Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and Detroit. In addition, he conducted workshops for various investment banking firms and investment funds. He has 15+ years of experience in the automotive industry, including 3+ years at Chery Automobile. During his service in Chery, he developed expertise in initiating homologation plan and formulating overseas market entry strategy. He also served as a project manager for Chrysler-Chery Project.He holds a Master of Science degree (full scholarship) in Financial Economics from Norwegian School of Management, Norway and a Bachelor of Science in Auditing from Xiamen University, China. He is fluent in Chinese (Native) and English.
Mr. Xu is an analyst in S&P Global China Light Vehicle Sales Forecast team, covering China passenger vehicle sales analysis and forecast. Before joiningS&P Global, Mr. Xu worked in SAIC -Volkswagen as a sales strategy specialist. Mr. Xu holds a Master Degree in International Trade from Shanghai International Studies University. He is based in Shanghai.
His expertise in light vehicle production forecasting for China and Taiwan includes OEM strategy, platform, market trend and product lifecycle analysis of government policy and consumer pattern issues. Before joining S&P Global Mobility, Gao took the responsibility in the Strategic Market Research area in an German auto component company in Shanghai for seven years.He holds a master degree of Economics from the University Freiburg, Germany.
Tony (Liang) is associate director of APAC Powertrain & Compliance Forecasts, is based in S&P Global Mobility Shanghai Office. He is responsible for managing the APAC powertrain team and forecasts, including powertrain production&sales forecasts, and CO2 & NEV compliance forecasts. He has more than 14 years of automotive industry analysis experience. Prior to joining the company in 2006, he had worked in Dongfeng-PSA R&D center as a powertrain engineer for PSA engine design and localization in China.Tony holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical from Wuhan University of Technology and a MBA from Wuhan University in China. He speaks both Chinese and English.
Jessie (Wenjuan) is a member of Automotive Powertrain Technology team, responsible for Greater China Transmission Analysis, based in S&P Global Shanghai Office. Before joining S&P Global, she formerly worked as a powertrain analyst for Continental. Jessie holds a Master of Law from Shanghai University, China.