Finsbury Glover Hering names new senior leaders for Greater China

Finsbury Glover Hering's Greater China expansion continues with the appointment of new senior roles in Hong Kong and Beijing.

In Hong Kong, Zhang Mei has come aboard as managing director, following eleven years at Goldman Sachs in Asia where she served as executive director in government affairs, corporate communications and the China Liaison Group. An industry veteran, Zhang brings 25 years of experience in advising global companies in the region.

In Beijing, Kevin Ma has been named director, and Helen Tang has been named associate director. Ma brings extensive experience in public policy and financial communications across the mainland and in Hong Kong. Tang, a former writer and reporter for China Daily, brings a massive network of media connections across China.

“Asia continues to be a region of incredible importance for companies around the world. These appointments add significant weight to our public policy and media relations capabilities across Greater China and will put Finsbury Glover Hering in an even stronger position to capitalise on growth opportunities in Asia as a whole," said Alexander Geiser, global CEO for Finsbury Glover Hering.