People: Viva China Holdings Ltd (8032.HK)
18 Jul 2019
Mr. Li Ning is the Executive Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Viva China Holdings Limited. Mr. Li is a member of the executive committee of the Company since June 2010. Mr. Li was also appointed as the chairman of the nomination committee of the Company with effect from March 15, 2012. Mr. Li is the founder of the LI-NING brand and currently the chairman and an executive director of Li Ning Company Limited (Stock Code: 2331). He is primarily responsible for formulating the overall corporate strategies and planning of Li Ning Company Limited. In the 6th World Cup Gymnastics Competition in 1982, Mr. Li unprecedentedly won six gold medals in men's artistic gymnastics events and was named the "Prince of Gymnastics" in the PRC. In the 23rd Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1984, Mr. Li won three gold, two silver and one bronze medals, making him the athlete winning the most medals of that Olympic Games. In 1987, Mr. Li became the only Asian member of Athlete's Commission of the International Olympic Committee. He is currently an honorary member of the Federation Internationale De Gymnastique. After retiring in 1989 from his athlete career, Mr. Li initiated the idea of LI-NING brand with the goal of creating the first national sports goods brand in the PRC. He has dedicated the past 22 years to the development of the business of Li Ning Group, achieving great contribution to the development of the PRC’s sports goods industry. Mr. Li holds a bachelor's degree in law from School of Law of Peking University, an executive M.B.A. degree from Guanghua School of Management of Peking University, an honorary doctorate in technology from Loughborough University in the United Kingdom and an honorary degree of doctor of humanities from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In June 2010, Mr. Li was also conferred honorary fellowship from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
|Total Annual Compensation, HKD||11,352,000|
|Restricted Stock Award, HKD||--|
|Long-Term Incentive Plans, HKD||--|
|All Other, HKD||363,000|
|Fiscal Year Total, HKD||11,715,000|