FT-ETNO Summit 2015
Policies and Regulation in the Digital Age: The New Wave

The FT-ETNO Summit brought together thought leaders, top policymakers, business executives, regulators and investors for a collective discussion about what it would take for European telecoms to flourish and achieve global competitiveness.

The Summit, now in its 6th successful year, featured opinions from leading voices from across the sector. Chaired by the Financial Times, and organised in association with ETNO, there was a strong emphasis on frank and high-level discussion.

Guo Ping, Deputy Chairman of the Board and Rotating CEO at Huawei, participated in the Executive Panel “Broadband, the next investment wave and EU policies”.
Mr Guo is Huawei's Deputy Chairman of the Board and Rotating CEO. He has served as R&D Project Manager, General Manager of Supply Chain, Director of Huawei Executive Office, Chief Legal Officer, President of the Business Process and IT Management Department, President of the Corporate Development Department, Chairman and President of Huawei Device, Corporate Executive Vice President, and Chairman of the Finance Committee.

Born in 1966, Mr Guo holds a master's degree from Huazhong University of Science and Technology. He joined Huawei in 1988.
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