Our Team
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The China Resolutions Team

John McLean

John McLean, OBE

Chairman

John McLean is a seasoned director, both as Chairman and as a Non-Executive (NED) with extensive public and capital market experience...

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Tim Clissold

Tim Clissold

Chief Resolution Officer

Tim graduated with an MA in Physics and Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University in 1982...

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Frank Li

Frank Li

Resolution Officer

Frank was a career diplomat with the PRC Foreign Office for more than ten years and was responsible for diplomatic relations...

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Advisory Board

Sir David Brewer

Sir David Brewer

Sir David's career was with the insurance brokers, Sedgwick, subsequently Marsh, beginning in 1959. In 1976 he went to Japan to open...

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JF Dossin

JF Dossin

Jacques-Franck ("JF") has over 25 years' experience in finance, primarily as equity research analyst on the Consumer Goods industry...

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William Knight

William Knight

William Knight is Chairman of the JP Morgan Chinese Investment Trust Plc, Myanmar Investments International Limited...

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Richard Sweet

Richard Sweet

Richard Sweet worked at Marks and Spencer for over 20 years where he held senior positions in both Buying and...

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Lily Zhu

Lily Zhu

Lily Zhu joined Euromoney in 2007, as Head of China operations for the global financial publisher and data provider...

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China Resolutions is currently working to realise value on a number of projects under mandates from shareholders and/or directors of former AIM companies, including Naibu, China Chaintek, JQW and Camkids, (the "Fujian Companies"). In addition, China Resolutions has been hired by a number of former NASDAQ companies to resolve their issues in China and is also in discussions with a number of other overseas markets to provide a resolution.

The Fujian Companies had an approximate market capitalisation at the time of their AIM listing of £400 million and the NASDAQ companies had an equivalent value of in excess of $1 billion. Shareholders wishing to participate in our recovery program are invited to register below.