Vistra is delighted to announce that Sherrie Dai has been appointed as the new Managing Director, Vistra China.
Sherrie is a seasoned financial services professional with over 25 years’ experience. Having studied and worked in the United States for over 15 years, Sherrie brings a wealth of international perspective. In 2007, Sherrie settled back in China, gaining solid management experience in training, consumer banking, private banking and investment banking within the region. She has worked for a number of multinationals including American Express Financial Advisors, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Standard Chartered Bank, Fosun Group and most recently United Overseas Bank.
In her new role, Sherrie will be taking over from Ernest Zheng who stepped down from the position last month. She will be leading Vistra’s China business, overseeing the continuing growth of Vistra’s service offering to both corporate and private clients and multinationals looking to expand throughout the region whilst maintaining strong relationships with all existing clients, providing the same high quality of service they have become accustomed to. With offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen, Sherrie will be based in Vistra’s Shanghai office.
Commenting on the new appointment, Martin Crawford, CEO of Vistra, said “We are excited to welcome Sherrie to the Vistra team. Her personality and wealth of experience makes her a key addition to the business and an integral part of our growth strategy. China is a huge market for Vistra; one that continues to present new opportunities for the business. Sherrie’s expertise in helping clients structure their private and business arrangements as they expand globally, and then to manage the ongoing administrative and compliance work wherever clients invest, will open new doors for Vistra in this critical market”.
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