Former Lenovo CFO Joins TPG

Sep 13 2007 | 8:56am ET

Private Equity firm Texas Pacific Group has hired Mary Ma, the former chief financial officer of computer manufacturer Lenovo Group, as a partner and managing director.

At TPG, Ma will focus on the firm’s China business and will have responsibility for generating investment opportunities, advising portfolio companies and management teams on strategic and operating issues, and building long-term relationships with Chinese business leaders.

“She is an experienced operator, a talented dealmaker, and she has excellent and proven experience in transactions spanning the East and West,” said James Coulter, founder. “We believe she will be an important addition to our strong Asian team.”


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