Chinese peer-to-peer lending platform Hexindai (NASDAQ: HX) announced on Friday it has made some changes to its management team. Hexindai reported that Johnson Qisen Zhang, the online lender’s CFO, has departed from the company and Kerrie Rui Zhang has replaced Johnson as Hexindai’s new CFO.
According to Hexindai, Zhang previously served as Hexindai’s Financial Reporting Director, and brings more than 12 years of accounting and financial related experience to the role, including over two years at Hexindai. Speaking about Johnson’s departure, Xiaobo An, Hexindai’s Founder, Chairman and CEO, stated:
“We thank Johnson for his tremendous contributions to Hexindai’s rapid growth over the past three years. Johnson’s accomplishments in leading and building Hexindai’s finance organization have been instrumental to the execution of our strategy. We wish him every success in his new role.”
Johnson went on to add:
“My time at Hexindai has been very rewarding, and I am proud of our many accomplishments. I believe Hexindai is on the right path for long-term success. I am also confident that the finance team is in very capable hands as I move to the next chapter of my career.”