Siemens Industrial Businesses Appoint New Finance Director

Siemens Digital Factory and Process Industries & Drives Division in the UK have appointed Cui Yan to the position of Finance Director, starting the role effective immediately.

Cui Yan has held a number of senior positions within Siemens since joining the business in 2003, including Head of Controlling for Siemens China Digital Factory Division & Process Industries & Drives Division.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and a Chartered Global Management Accountant.  He obtained an MBA from Schulich School of Business at York University.

Cui succeeds Robin Phillips, who has been assigned a global role working with Siemens Digital Factory & Process Industries & Drives, based from Manchester.

Brian Holliday, Managing Director Siemens Digital Factory, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Cui Yan to our senior management team. This is an exciting time for Siemens as we work with our customers across many industrial sectors and support them as they embark on their digitalisation journeys. We look forward to benefitting from his contribution on an operational level, as well as utilising his insight to support our strategic vision.”

Cui Yan, Finance Director, Siemens Digital Factory & Process Industries Division in the UK added “I am delighted to be working in such a vibrant and exciting market, where Siemens are leaders in digitalisation and leaders in the latest technological trends in manufacturing. I look forward to working with our employees and customers to enhance our industrial growth potential, supporting the business in its ambitious growth plans for the years ahead.”

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