Chairman & Managing Partner
Mr. Xu Mingjun, founder and Chairman of China's renowned Mingjun Group, is an outstanding Chinese entrepreneur. He holds a lot of titles, including national young entrepreneur, provincial young entrepreneur, municipal young entrepreneur, top 10 outstanding youths, philanthropist, president of the chamber of commerce. He has 30 years of working experience.
Mingjun Group (Mingjun) has developed from an agricultural machinery manufacturer into an international innovative business group, established joint ventures and cooperative relations, and reorganized with a number of large-sized central enterprises. He has rich experience in international enterprise investment and M&A, covering fields including real estate, mining right and financial assets. Among these investment and M&A cases are successful cases of merging or acquiring A-share and H-share listed companies. He also succeeds in industry, real estate, mining, finance, capital, investment and M&A, is skilled in talent use and business management, and has rich experience in corporate strategic development and planning.
With the business philosophy of business development and result sharing, Mr. Xu Mingjun has led Mingjun Group in gradually developing from a heavy industry plant into an international enterprise integrating diverse industries including resources, finance and capital. After reviewing the group's first five-year strategic plan (2012-2016) and results, he fixed five core industries (automobile, real estate, mining, finance, capital) in the second five-year strategic plan (2017-2021), and planned a sustainable industrial structure. According to the plan, Mingjun Group will develop the capital market and its existing mining rights in Hong Kong and Africa.
Mingjun Group should integrate its advantage and attract a multitude of high-net-worth customers in Asia, forge partnerships with successful bankers, establish a financial investment company in Europe on the basis of mutual trust, and invest in, merge and acquire European countries, thus achieving the goal of developing finance and the capital market in Europe.