Jennifer Xie, EY Greater China Managing Partner, Strategy and Development
Concerted effort is essential to building a better working world and sustaining social development.

Jennifer Xie

EY Greater China Managing Partner, Strategy and Development

Extensive experience in professional services. Leading and delivering services to large corporations and state-owned financial institutions. Veteran CPA with broad industry influence.

With more than 30 years of experience in providing services in assurance, management consultancy, mergers and acquisitions (M&As), and restructuring, Jennifer has led and delivered winning services to large corporations and state-owned financial institutions. Currently overseeing the strategic planning and business development of the EY Greater China region, she focuses on raising EY competitiveness and brand reputation.

Highly recognized in the industry, Jennifer currently serves as a member of the Listing Committee of the Shanghai Stock Exchange; the Vice Chairman of the China Mergers & Acquisitions Association (CMAA) and the Vice President of China Women's Chamber of Commerce of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC). Previously, she served as an advisor on the Securities Law and the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law for the National People's Congress of the PRC and advised the Ministry of Commerce of the PRC on anti-dumping.

How Jennifer is building a better working world

Jennifer believes a better working world will improve economic mobility and give people equal opportunities through innovative technologies and new business models. Apart from helping Chinese enterprises transform and upgrade, her expertise in the capital market and M&As is instrumental in helping enterprises reshape the market landscape and grow robustly.

Advocating the importance of open business and policy environments and concerted effort to build a better working world, she advises local authorities on urban development, industrial planning and the business environment to help attract investment and facilitate major industrial projects.

Jennifer is a champion of entrepreneurship which contributes to innovation and social progress. She has been leading the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women program in the Greater China region, leveraging her expertise and influence to help Chinese women entrepreneurs achieve greater success.

 

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