LONDON, July 28, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ECARX Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECX) (“ECARX” or the “Company”), the global mobility tech provider, today announced that it has appointed Mr. Phil Jing Zhou as its chief financial officer, effective on July 28, 2023. Mr. Zhou will succeed Mr. Ramesh Narasimhan, who will take on the position of advisor to the chief executive officer with effect from the same date.
Ziyu Shen, ECARX’s Co-founder, Chairman and CEO said: “Phil has been a key part of the leadership team at ECARX since the beginning of 2021 and has excelled in each of his roles in the business, most recently as EVP of China Operations. I look forward to him returning to a finance role as the group’s Chief Financial Officer. I would like to thank Ramesh for his support in helping us through our listing on Nasdaq and starting our journey as a public company and I am looking forward to working with him and Phil in their new capacities.”
Mr. Zhou has more than 20 years of experience in finance and business operations in the information technology industries of Greater China and North Asia. He joined ECARX in 2021 as chief of staff to the chief executive officer, China chief financial officer and vice president of business operations and has served as executive vice president, China operations since May 2023. Mr. Zhou previously held the senior management positions in a number of high-tech enterprises, including vice president of sales operations in Alibaba Cloud Intelligent Group, general manager of business and sales operations in Microsoft Greater China, and head of business operations and chief of staff to the chief executive officer of Amazon Web Services Greater China, where he was responsible for overall business planning, go-to-market strategy development, and commercial operations. Mr. Zhou had served as Dell Inc.’s senior finance director in Greater China for a long time, responsible for financial planning and analysis, product planning and pricing strategies, revenue and profitable growth strategies, go-to-market model design and implementation, cash flow management, and internal control and assurance. Mr. Zhou received his bachelor’s degree of management science from Fudan University and his MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. Mr. Zhou is a member of The Association of International Accountants.
ECARX (Nasdaq: ECX) is a global mobility-tech provider partnering with automotive OEMs to reshape the automotive landscape as the industry transitions to an all-electric future. As automotive OEMs develop new vehicle platforms from the ground up, ECARX is developing a full-stack solution – central computer, System-on-a-Chip (SoCs), and software to help continually improve the in-car user experience. The Company’s products have been integrated into more than 5 million cars worldwide, and it continues to shape the interaction between people and vehicles by rapidly advancing the technology at the heart of smart mobility.
ECARX was founded in 2017 and has grown to almost 1,500 team members. The co-founders are two automotive entrepreneurs, chairman and chief executive officer Ziyu Shen, and Eric Li (Li Shufu), who is also the founder and chairman of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group – one of the largest automotive groups in the world, with ownership interests in international brand OEMs including Lotus, Lynk & Co, Polestar, smart, and Volvo Cars.
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