VP of CITIC Telecom appointed as CEO of CITIC Telecom CPC

Brook Wong’s appointment is set to take effect on 1 February.

Brook Wong (Ching Wa, Wong), currently the Vice President of CITIC Telecom, has been appointed to the additional role of CEO of CITIC Telecom CPC.

The appointment will take effect on 1 February due to Esmond Li’s decision to retire after over 20 years of service to the group. 

“We are delighted to welcome Mr. Wong to CITIC Telecom CPC, and I’m confident that he will lead the team to continue pursuing our motto ‘Innovation Never Stops’ and to win in this fast-changing, dynamic industry. I believe that all of us will benefit from his leadership and expertise,” said Vice Chairman Frank Cai of CITIC Telecom CPC. 

In his current position, Wong has overseen the Chinese market since 2008. His areas of experience working with various telecommunication companies and the execution of strategies for the Greater China Market. 

“I am honoured and truly proud to be appointed to lead CITIC Telecom CPC. Under all the former managements’ leadership and accomplishments, together with its innovation, technology and talents, it lays a solid foundation for a leading DICT service partner around the globe. We are committed to delivering the most innovative and intelligent solutions to propel the ICT industry forward,” said Wong. 

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