Wang Wei is adjunct professor of finance at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business. He received his Ph. D. in economics from Fordham University (New York) in 1992.
He is the chairman of the China Mergers & Acquisitions Association (CMAA) and founder of China M&A Group. He was the executive vice president of China Southern Securities Co. Ltd. (1992-96) and chairman of China M&A Management Holding, Inc. (1997-2006). He has given a series of lectures on corporate restructuring and M&A for the EMBA students at CEIBS, Peking University, Tsinghua University and Yale.
Mr. Wang has extensive experience in corporate finance, M&A, and public offerings. He has led and supervised IPO underwriting for over 40 Chinese companies in both the domestic and overseas markets. He has also consulted on IPOs, restructuring, financing, and M&A for many leading companies in China.
Mr. Wang serves as an independent director for three listed companies and as economic advisor for several ministerial and provincial governments in China. He has worked with such companies as Nomura Securities, the World Bank and the Chemical Bank of New York.