The Outsider

Kelly, Tim
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/1/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 14, p28
The article profiles Masamoto Yashiro, one of the outsider directors at Construction Bank, the second largest bank in China. Yashiro, after his retirement as senior executive of Exxon Corp. in 1989, was offered to work at Citigroup Inc. for eight years and at Ripplewood Holdings LLC. He was then asked by China Banking Regulatory Commission to join its Council of International Advisers, a committee composed of foreign advisers.


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