International technology security company McAfee has appointed Wen Zhenbang as new managing director for China.
In his new position, Wen will be in charge of McAfee's business expansion in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan as well as to ensure the efficient operations of different departments.
After assuming the position of managing director for McAfee China, Wen will directly report to Steve Redman, McAfee's president for Asia Pacific. Redman says Wen has rich industry and management experiences in many leading companies of this industry. Under Wen's leadership, the local team of McAfee will start a new round of business expansion in Greater China.
With more than 20 years of experience in the information and technology industry, Wen was previously appointed as Oracle Greater China's vice president for franchise and channel department, vice general manager for BEA China, president for Nvidia China and general manager for IBM Greater China's PC server department.