Investment Banker – Wu Jun
Guangzhou and Hong Kong Offices
Wu Jun has served as an executive in several private, public and state-owned enterprises (SOE’s) in the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong. He has experience in the sale of various companies and in taking a large manufacturer public. He is a Managing Director of Janas Associates (Hong Kong), Ltd. and Janas Associates (China), Ltd. and manages those offices.
Wu Jun served as Deputy General Manager of Elec & Eltek Co., Ltd., a producer of Printed Circuit Boards. The company was a Hong Kong – Sino Joint Venture Entity in China. He was in charge of manufacturing operations.
He was General Manager of Guangdong Kaiping Chunhui Co, Ltd. (“Chunhui”), an SOE that he managed toward a successful Initial Public Offering (IPO) in 2000 that raised approximately $70 million. The company is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in China. Chunhui produces polyester fibers.
Wu Jun served as Deputy General Manager of Kaiping Polyester Enterprises Co., an SOE affiliate of Chunhui. He was responsible for the Restructuring Department of the company and oversaw a major expansion. The company is a manufacturer of synthetic materials including polyester and nylon.
He is a General Management Consultant for Times Management System Co., Ltd., a Chinese firm specializing in services to companies relating to their manufacturing processes.
Wu Jun’s professional specialties are:
Merger & Acquisition structuring
Corporate financial operations
Wu Jun holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Earthquake Technology from China Geology University; a Master’s Degree in Economics from Jinan University; and a Doctor of Business Administration from Central State University. He also completed a one-year course in Western Business Practices at California State University, Los Angeles.
Wu Jun has a substantial understanding of both personnel issues in China and of manufacturing processes. He brings more than 20 years of experience to companies in China and Hong Kong, as well as to foreign companies that wish to establish a presence in China.