LexinFintech Holdings Ltd – ADR (NASDAQ: LX), today pronounced its collaboration with Huawei in a sum of expanses to tap the openings in the Chinese customer market. The two businesses will work together in affiliation amenities, joint promotion, fintech creation expansion, and buy-now-pay-later facilities to deliver improved ingestion explanations for the Chinese customers, leveraging Lexin’s know-how.
LexinFintech Discloses Resignation of Chief Financial Officer
“Lexin anticipations to improve users’ involvement and product contributions together with Huawei, and help Huawei link with more financial organizations by offering expanded customer products and facilities,” said Mr. Jay Wenjie Xiao, Lexin’s chief executive officer.
LexinFintech has also announced that Mr. Craig Yan Zeng submitted his resignation as the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), operative on June 7, 2021. Mr. Kris Qiao Qian, Lexin’s Chief Financing Cooperation Officer, has been selected as the interim CFO. Mr. Zeng’s letter of resignation from his station was due to personal causes. He will continue to be a leader of the company board of directors and also serve as a high-ranking advisor to the business following his resignation.
Company begins search for new CFO
The company has begun a hunt for a perpetual CFO with the competencies and credentials to hasten the next stage of Lexin’s policy. In addition, Lexin also proclaimed that Ms. Beryl Haiyan He has joined the management squad of the company’s Finance Division, where she will oversee the company’s internal reins over financial recording. Ms. He enlists from OneConnect Financial Technology Co., Ltd. (NYSE: OCFT), where she was the Senior Financial Director covering business enlargement. Before joining OneConnect, Ms. He has worked at Ping An Technology and Huawei. Ms. He has a bachelor’s gradation in bookkeeping from Nanchang University.
Zeng will endure serving as the CFO for Lexin’s next remunerations report for the first quarter of 2021 and will oversee and sign off the assess the imminent unaudited monetary consequences.