SHANGHAI – NextEV (NIO), a Chinese NEV startup, has hired Louis T. Hsieh as its new CFO in charge of fund raising for public listing of the company, according to a report by NBD Auto.
Hsieh reports directly to William Li, founder and chairman of the company.
Wang Dongning continues his job as vice financial president of NIO, responsible for the daily management of the whole finance teams of the company, providing financial supports to each division of the company and coordinating and participating Hsieh in the listing work of the company.
Hsieh holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management from Stanford University, an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and a J.D. from U.C. Berkeley Boalt Law School. He worked for several years with JP Morgan Chase and UBS Investment Bank before joining New Oriental Education and Technology Group in 2005 as CFO. New Oriental Education and Technology Group went public in New York Stock Exchange in September 2006, becoming the first Chinese educational organization to be listed in the U.S.