Ipsos North America has named Alice Wang as its new Chief Financial Officer, replacing Mark Campbell, who is currently exploring other career opportunities.
Alice Wang brings over two decades of experience in high-level financial and corporate development roles. Her most recent role was at GfK, where she served as the Global Head of M&A and Business Development. In this capacity, she oversaw all M&A activities, including the recent merger with Nielsen IQ. Prior to this, she spent eight years at Nielsen, holding positions such as CFO Greater China and Senior Vice President of M&A and Business Development.
In her new role, Wang will report to Group CFO Dan Levy and will be responsible for managing financial operations throughout Ipsos’ North America division, including M&A and procurement. Lorenzo Larini, CEO of Ipsos North America, commented, ”Alice has extensive experience with both organic and inorganic growth and an intimate knowledge of emerging and established players across our industry, in North America and globally. Her broad industry experience and exceptional business acumen make her uniquely qualified to enable Ipsos’ North America future profitable growth.”
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