Qiang Du - CHINALCO CMC Insider

3668 -- Hong Kong Stock  

HKD 1.38  0.00  0.00%

VP and Joint Company Secretary
Mr. Du Qiang is Vice President, Company Secretary of Chinalco Mining Corporationrationration International. He is also a director of Minera Chinalco Peru S.A. Currently he is responsible for marketing and sales of the Company to enable the Company to achieve its longterm and shortterm commercial goals. He also takes full responsibility and accountability of managing and overseeing legal affairs, investor relationship, internal control policy and corporate governance of the Company. He had mainly led the successful initial public offering of the Company on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in 2013 with other senior management of the Company. Mr. Du was a key member of the management team for developing and operating the Toromocho Project and responsible for the daily development and operation of the Toromocho Project in respect of commercial business, compliance and corporate governance, since he joined the Chinalco group as senior business manager of Chinalco Overseas Holdings Limited in 2009. Before he joined Chinalco group, Mr. Du had been a senior manager at Kamsky Associates Inc. where he was leading consulting projects to satisfy accounts demands in merge and acquisition, strategic investment, government relationship, public relationship and market strategy etc. Prior to that, Mr. Du had served as the general manager of Chinatex Leanfaith Garment Company Limited and a manager responsible for mergers and acquisitions in the Strategic Department of Chinatex Corporationrationration Limited. Mr. Du also has more than ten years of experience in international trade business. As the Joint Company Secretary, Mr. Du is accomplished in corporate governance and risk control
Age: 44  VP Since 2016  MBA    
Du obtained an MBA degree from Peking University in July 2002 and is a Financial Risk Manager certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals in April 2010.

Management Efficiency

The company has return on total asset (ROA) of 0.13 % which means that it generated profit of $0.13 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average.
The company has accumulated 4.3 B in total debt with debt to equity ratio (D/E) of 6.82 indicating the company may have difficulties to generate enough cash to satisfy its financial obligations. CHINALCO CMC has Current Ratio of 0.2 indicating that it has a negative working capital and may not be able to pay financial obligations in time and when they become due.

Entity Summary

Chinalco Mining Corporationration International, a resource development company, acquires, invests, develops, and operates nonferrous and nonaluminum mineral resources and projects worldwide. CHINALCO CMC (3668) is traded on Hong Kong Stock Exchange in Hong Kong. It is located in No. , Xi Zhi Men Bei Da JieBeijing, and employs 1,573 people.

CHINALCO CMC Leadership Team

Dongbo Wang, Director, Ph.D
Scott Hand, Director
Yat Lai, Director, CPA
Ming Mok, Executive
Shanfu Huang, Director
Ronald Hall, Director
Shuwei Luan, CEO
Lidong Gao, Director
Hongxu Wang, President
Jianping Liu, Chairman
Chengzhong Zhang, Chairman
Ezio Canepa, President, Ph.D
Yuewei Liu, CEO
Leo Hilsinger, President
Yanbing Jin, Director
Francisco Montori, Director
Qiang Du, VP, MBA
Hongjun Liu, Director

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