The Capital Markets Advisory Committee (CMAC) has appointed four new members. Enitan Adebonojo, Jacques de Greling, Kenneth Lee and Ge Xiaobo.
Ms Adebonojo is a senior forensic equity analyst and executive director at CFRA. Since 2006, Enitan has led CFRA's bespoke research team and the training of junior analysts. Before she joined CFRA, she was an internal auditor for the Ford Foundation after working in public accounting for a few years. Ms Adebonojo has a combined bachelor’s and master of business administration in public accounting from Pace University in New York. She also has an MBA in finance from the University of Maryland. She is CFA charterholder and a certified public accountant in the United States.
Mr de Greling is a director at Scope Ratings, heading the telecoms team. He was previously in charge of European telecom operators at CDC Bourse (later Natixis Securities). He is Co-Chairman of the Financial Accounting Commission of the French Society of Financial Analysts (SFAF) and Vice-Chairman of the European Financial Analysts Societies' (EFFAS) Commission on Financial Reporting. He teaches financial accounting and financial-statement analysis at SFAF for the Certificate for Financial Advisers and CIIA diplomas, and has published numerous articles on IFRS Standards in the French professional review, Analyse Financière. Mr de Greling has an MBA from the Institut Supérieur de Gestion in Paris.
Dr Lee is an Associate Professorial Lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he lectures on financial analysis and equity valuation, as well as being Programme Director for master of science in accounting and finance and master of science in accounting, organisations and institutions. Before joining academia, Dr Lee was a Managing Director and Head of European equity research at Barclays Capital, where he worked for eight years, and before that he was a Managing Director at Citi investment research in London, where he served as an accounting and valuation analyst. Kenneth has a bachelor’s in management science from Trinity College Dublin/Dublin Institute of Technology. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, a member of the Institute of Taxation, and a CFA Charterholder. He has a doctorate from Aston University.
Mr Ge Xiaobo is Executive Director of BoD and CEO of Guolian Securities, the Chairman of Guolian International and Director of Zhong Hai Fund Management. He has worked in the securities industry for more than 24 years and has been on the management board of top Chinese securities houses for more than 11 years.
All the appointments take effect from 1 January 2022 for three years (with the option to renew each appointment for three additional years).
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