Kerry used to be a senior manager of the Audit and Business Advisory Division of Arthur Andersen. He has broad experience in asset reorganization, business process re-engineering, financial audit and business advisory. He was involved in a number of initial public offering in the Chinese, Hong Kong and U.S stock exchanges.
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Kerry Shen

Kerry used to be a senior manager of the Audit and Business Advisory Division of Arthur Andersen. He has broad experience in asset reorganization, business process re-engineering, financial audit and business advisory. He was involved in a number of initial public offering in the Chinese, Hong Kong and U.S stock exchanges.

Kerry was seconded to Arthur Andersen's Hamburg Office in Germany between 1998 and 1999 where he provided financial and advisory services to transportation, hi-tech and telecommunication companies. He was also sent to the United States several times to attend trainings on US GAAP. He had a comprehensive understanding of the western accounting principles, audit methodologies, business administrations, taxes and other matters.

In year 2002, Kerry became CEO of Neuventure. Since then he has serviced hundreds of FIEs, including a lot of Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies.

Kerry is a practicing member of the China Institute of Certified Public Accountants ("CICPA"). He is a member of the Expert Board of CICPA, Expert Board of Asia-Pacific Fortune Economy Research Center (APFER) and Expert Board of International Management Accountants Association (IMAA).

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China Finance

The complex nature of finance and economics in China is an ever-present business issue. We take a closer look in this iTV-Asia segment, as our panel of guests share their opinions based on their vast experience of the China market. Their insights bring to light the interrelationship between the Chinese economy, Chinese politics and the Chinese market overall. The ways in which this interplay impacts both international and Chinese business is analyzed. What part does the Chinese government play in the current and future state of the Chinese economy?

Wu Chen

Host: Wu Chen - Editorial Director, CFO China

Mr. Wu Chen joined the Economist Group CFO China in May 2005. Prior to that, he has worked for BusinessWeek in Hong Kong and Bloomberg News in Singapore. Mr. Wu started his journalist career at the international news department of Xinhua (New China) News Agency in 1999.
Mr. Wu earned Master of Pacific International Affairs degree from University of California, San Diego and Master of Journalism from E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. He earned his B.A. from Beijing Foreign Studies University.

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