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              Enterprise Financial Management Association of China

              Enterprise Financial Management
              Associationof China

              A national-level association for enterprise financial management, established
              with the approval of the State Council?and registered with the Ministry
              of Civil Affairs of China.

              The Enterprise Financial Management Association of China (hereinafter referred to as EFMAC) is a national-level association targeted on corporate financial management, which was established with the approval of the State Council and registered with the Ministry of Civil Affairs of China.

              Missions of CEFMA are to forge a platform and a bridge for meeting the needs of the national economic development, corporate financial management, financial executives and professionals and the general public; to act as a think tank for the state and corporate financial management; to foster a community of shared developments and benefits through a full integration of various resources and to create an ecotype platform for interconnected strength, shared growth and regenerated wealth with other social institutions.

              Honorary President

              Mr. Li Jinhua

              Vice Chairman, the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

              President

              Mr. Li Yongyan

              President, Beijing Institute of Finance and Taxation

              Vice Presidents

              Mr. Hao Ruyu

              Member of the Standing Committee
              Vice Chairman of the Financial and Economic Committee,
              National People’s Congress

              Mr. Xu Shanda

              Ex-Vice Administrator,
              State Administration of Taxation

              Mr. Shi Jiliang

              Ex-Vice President, People’s Bank of China,
              Ex-Vice Chairman, China Bank Regulatory Commission

              Mr. Liu Yun

              Ex-Vice Chairman,
              China Bank Regulatory Commission
              (Sinopec)

              Secretary General

              Mr. Zheng Shufei

              Ex-Director, the National Human Resource Evaluation Office,
              Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security

              China Enterprise Financial Management Standardization Committee


              As a state designated pilot institution to formulate institutional standards for finance and management, CEFMA set up the National Financial Management Standardization Committee to develop financial management standards for different sectors and financial management indices of various levels. Entrusted by the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, the National Financial Management Standardization Committee is also committed to the development of financial management innovative cases on state owned enterprises (SOE) and formulating financial management standards applicable to SOEs. CEFMA cooperates with many other organizations in the formulation of financial management standards and the development of financial management indices.

              Honorary President

              Mr. Li Jinhua

              Vice Chairman, the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference,

              Honorary President, China Enterprise Financial Management Association.

              Co-Chairmen

              Mr. Li Yongyan

              President, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Mr. Liu Yun

              Vice Chairman, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Ex-General Accountant, China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec)

              Mr. Liu Yuting

              Chief Expert, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Doctoral Tutor, Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences, Ministry of Finance

              Director of the Executive Office

              Ms. Li Yan

              Enterprise Financial Management Talents Evaluation Committee of China

              The Enterprise Financial Management Talents Evaluation Committee is a major function of CEFMA to carry out evaluations on financial management talents and responsible for managing China Enterprise Financial Management Talent Pool, which is jointly developed by CEFMA and the National Human Resources Flow Center of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security. The Procedures for the Evaluation of Enterprise Financial Management Talents(For Trial Implementation) and the Implementation Rules on Procedures for the Evaluation of Enterprise Financial Management Talents, having adopted the capability-based approach in evaluations, were issued jointly by CEFMA and National Human Resources Flow Center of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security in February, 2016, and were amended in February, 2017. CEFMA is now carrying out studies on performance-based financial management talents evaluation in areas of financial management, shared finance, smart audit and smart tax service etc..

              Chairman

              Mr. Li Jinhua

              Vice Chairman, the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

              Honorary President, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Vice Chairmen

              Mr. Li Yongyan

              President,China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Mr. Hao Ruyu

              Member of the Standing Committee

              Vice Chairman of the Financial and Economic Committee, National People’s Congress

              Mr. Liu Huan

              Consultant of the State Council

              Director of the Executive Office

              Mr. Li Jie

              Expert Committee

              The Expert Committee is the think tank of CEFMA and composed of experts with high academic competence and practical excellence. Many of the members are also national leading talents on corporate financial management. The Chief Expert, Mr. Liu Yuting, is a national leading talent on financial management and a Doctoral Tutor from Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences, Ministry of Finance.

              Chairman

              Mr. Guo Zeguang

              Ex-President, Shanxi University of Finance and Economics, Professor and Doctoral Tutor

              Vice Chairmen

              Ms. Yu Xuehua

              Consultant of Guangdong Provincial Government, Doctor and Professor

              Mr. Cui Yeguang

              Assistant to the President of Capital University of Economics and Business, Professor and Doctoral Tutor

              Mr. Zhang Jide

              Deputy Secretary-General, China Enterprise Financial Management Association, Professor

              Mr. Jason Zezhong Xiao

              Professor of Accounting, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University Director, Center for China Business Research

              Mr. David C. Yang

              Professor of Accounting, College of Business, University of Hawaii

              Secretary General of the Committee

              Mr. Zhang Jide

              China Finance and Management Business School

              China Finance and Management Business School, as a business academy run by CEFMA, adheres to the value of vision, innovation and action and is dedicated to cultivating application-oriented senior financial management talents for large and medium-sized enterprises and listed companies.

              President

              Mr. Liu Yun

              Vice President, China Enterprise Financial Management Association National Leading Talent in Financial Management

              Ex-General Accountant, China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec)

              Vice Presidents

              Mr. Wang Kaitian

              Honorary Vice President, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Former Vice President, Doctor, Professor and Doctoral Tutor, Nanjing University of Finance & Economics

              Ms. Hu Fang

              Executive Deputy Secretary-General, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Committee for Boosting Economic Development in the New Era

              The project for boosting economic development in the new era is an initiative launched CEFMA to help state enterprises in counties (cities) to improve their financial management capabilities from the financial management perspectives. The project endeavors to meet two objectives, namely improving enterprise financial management capabilities and boosting the development of big data.

              Chairman

              Mr. Zheng Shufei

              Secretary-General, China Enterprise Financial Management Association

              Articles of Association

              Chapter 1 General Provisions

              Article 1 The name of the association is called the Enterprise Financial Management Association of China (hereinafter referred to as the Association).

              Article 2 The Association is a national-level specialized non-profit public institution formed by enterprises and non-profit institutions engaged in enterprise financial management. It is a social legal entity.

              Article 3 Objectives of the Association are: to provide specialized services to all members of the Association and the public in compliance with the state policies and the orientation of socialist market economy, serve to the development of a disciplined market mechanism and modern corporate system, promote innovations in enterprise financial management system, work on modern enterprise financial management standards, regulate enterprise financial management activities, comprehensively improve the overall quality of enterprise financial management personnel, and bring the role of financial management in corporate operations into a full play. The Association complies with the Constitutions, state laws, regulations and state policies, and uphold ethics and social morality.

              Article 4 The Association is subject to professional instructions and supervision by the Ministry of Civil Affairs which is its registration authority and regulatory body.

              Article 5 The location of the Association is Beijing.

              Chapter 2 Scope of Business

              Article 6 The Association’s businesses include:

              • 1. Studying and instituting related policies and self-disciplinary mechanism on enterprise financial management, assisting government departments in regulating enterprise financial management activities, and improving enterprises’ financial management capability and performance.
              • 2. Carrying out researches and studies and communicating to relevant government departments important information about and claims on enterprise financial management;
              • 3. Assisting government departments in developing and implementing enterprise financial management standards and evaluations, carrying out enterprise financial management status reviews, and participating in the policy formulation and implementation of the Chief Financial Officer system;
              • 4. Carrying out capability reviews and accreditation services for enterprise financial management personnel with the approval of related government departments;
              • 5. Providing consulting services on enterprise financial management and carrying out theoretical studies, academic exchanges and cooperation;
              • 6. Delivering training programs, fostering enterprise financial management leading talents and promoting the development of the talent pool for financial management talents;
              • 7. Compiling and publishing journals and magazines, and writing text books according to related rules;
              • 8. Carrying out international exchanges and cooperation, participating in the continuous convocation of international financial reporting standards, and attending and organizing international conferences and activities as required;
              • 9. Undertaking any work approved or commissioned by government departments;
              • 10. Dealing with other matters related to the strengthening of enterprise financial management.

              Chapter 3 Membership

              Article 7 The membership of the Association includes two types: institutional membership and individual membership.

              Article 8 The following conditions shall be met for those to become members of the Association:

              • 1. Upholding the Articles of Association;
              • 2. Willing to join in the Association, conscientiously fulfilling member obligations ;
              • 3. Having a certain degree of influence in areas of the Association’s business;
              • 4. Having had a long term of services or experiences.

              Article 9 The admission procedures include:

              • 1. Submitting applications by applicants;
              • 2. Approving by the Governing Board or Standing Board of the Association;
              • 3. Awarding membership certificates by institutions authorized by the Governing Board or Standing Board.

              Article 10 Members shall have the following rights:

              • 1. To elect, be elected and vote;
              • 2. To participate, with privileged terms, in training programs, study tours, research activities and seminars organized by the Association;
              • 3. To access, with privileged terms, journals and other information prepared and printed by the Association and publish articles and findings of research and study on the Association’s publications;
              • 4. To make suggestions and opinions to the Association, and to supervise activities of the Association;
              • 5. To join in the Association voluntarily and withdraw from it freely.

              Article 11 Members have the following obligations:

              • 1. To comply with the Articles of the Association and implement the resolutions of the Association;
              • 2. To maintain the legitimate interests and reputation of the Association;
              • 3. To complete assignments from the Association and participate in activities organized by the Association;
              • 4. To attend training programs for a certain number of hours every year to master forward-looking financial management methods, based on the needs of enterprises;
              • 5. To pay membership fees as required.

              Article 12 Members withdrawing from the Association shall inform the Association of their withdrawal requests in written forms and return their membership certificates to the Association. Members having not fulfilled their obligations for a year are deemed automatic withdrawal.

              Article 13 Members in severe violation of the Articles shall be deprived of their membership by a vote of the Governing Board or Standing Board.

              Chapter 4 Governance Structure

              Article 14 The supreme authority of the Association is the General Assembly which exercises the following powers:

              • 1. To formulate and revise the Articles of Association;
              • 2. To elect and remove members of the Governing Board;
              • 3. To deliberate on reports of the Governing Board and supervisory board;
              • 4. To formulate and revise standards on membership fees;
              • 5. To deliberate on work plans and development programs of the Association;
              • 6. To resolve on significant alterations or terminations;
              • 7. To resolve on other significant matters.

              Article 15 The General Assembly shall only be convened with an attendance of more than two-thirds of the members and resolutions thereof shall only be effective on a favorable vote by more than half of the attending members.

              Article 16 One term of the General Assembly is five years. Termination in advance or extension of terms, as the case may exceptionally require, shall be voted by the Governing Board, filed to the regulatory authority for review and approved by the registration department. The extension of a term shall not exceed one year.

              Article 17 The Association shall set up the Governing Board. The Governing Board is the executive body of the General Assembly, which presides over the routine work during the recess of the Assembly and is accountable to the Assembly. Candidates for the first term of the Governing Board shall be nominated by the Preparatory Committee of the Association. On change of terms, candidates for the next term shall be nominated by the Governing Board of the previous term.

              Article 18 The Governing Board shall exercise the following powers:

              • 1. To execute resolutions of the Assembly;
              • 2. To elect and remove the President, Vice Presidents, the Secretary General and Governing Board members;
              • 3. To prepare and convene the General Assembly;
              • 4. To report to the General Assembly on its work and financial status;
              • 5. To resolve on admission and removal of members;
              • 6. To resolve on the creation, alteration and cancellation of departments, subsidiaries, representative offices and entities;
              • 7. To resolve on the recruitment of Deputy Secretary Generals and directors of departments;
              • 8. To resolve on the creation of and candidates for honorary posts;
              • 9. To lead departments of the Association in carrying out their work;
              • 10. To formulate internal rules and regulations;
              • 11. To resolve on other significant matters.

              Article 19 The Governing Board meetings shall only be convened with an attendance of more than two-thirds of the board members and resolutions thereof shall only be effective on a favorable vote by more than half of the attending members.

              Article 20 The Governing Board meeting shall be convened at least once a year and in exceptional cases meetings can be conducted through telecommunications.

              Article 21 The Association shall set up the Standing Governing Board, members of which are elected by members of the Governing Board and shall not exceed one-third of the number of the Governing Board members. During the recess of the Governing Board, the Standing Board shall exercise the powers specified in items 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 of Article 18 and is accountable to the Governing Board.

              Article 22 The Standing Board meetings shall only be convened with an attendance of more than two-thirds of the board members and resolutions thereof shall only be effective on a favorable vote by more than half of the attending members.

              Article 23 The Standing Board meeting shall be convened at least once in six months and in exceptional cases meetings can be conducted through telecommunications.

              Article 24 Candidates for the President, Vice Presidents and the Secretary General shall meet the following conditions:

              • 1. Adhering to the state fundamental principles and policies and having good political qualities;
              • 2. Being devoted to financial management work and having major influence in the business areas of the Association;
              • 3. Being of age below 70 and on full-time service for the Secretary General;
              • 4. Being of good health and able to work normally;
              • 5. Having never been deprived of political rights on criminal penalty;
              • 6. Having full capability for civil conducts.

              Article 25 If the ages of candidates for the President, Vice Presidents or the Secretary General exceed the prescribed year limit for office, it shall be voted by the Governing Board, filed to the regulatory authority for review and approved by the registration department before the candidates assume offices.

              Article 26 The President, Vice Presidents and the Secretary General shall have one term of five years and each can only serve two consecutive terms at the most. Extension of terms, as the case may exceptionally require, shall be supported by favorable votes of two-thirds of the General Assembly representatives, filed to the regulatory authority for review and approved by the registration department.

              Article 27 The President is the legal representative of the Association. In exceptional circumstances, the Secretary General, entrusted by the President and endorsed by the Governing Board, can act as the legal representative after a review by the regulatory authority and the approval by the registration department.
              The legal representative shall sign important documents on behalf of the Association.
              The legal representative of the Association shall not concurrently take other posts as a legal representative of other social entities.

              Article 28 The President of the Association shall exercise the following powers:

              • 1. To call and chair the General Assembly, the Governing Board meetings and the Standing Board meetings;
              • 2. To follow up the implementation of resolutions passed by the General Assembly and the Board meetings;
              • 3. To participate in important activities of external and international relations on behalf of the Association;

              Article 29 The Secretary General of the Association shall exercise the following powers:

              • 1. To manage the routine work of the Association, administer the implementation of the annual work plan;
              • 2. To coordinate the work of departments, representative offices and entity operations;
              • 3. To nominate candidates for deputy secretary generals and heads of departments, subsidiaries, representative offices and entity operations for the Governing Board or the Standing Governing Board to decide on;
              • 4. To determine the recruitment of full-time personnel for departments, representative offices and entity operations;
              • 5. To manage other routine work and matters commissioned by the Governing Board.

              Chapter 5 Asset Management

              Article 30 Sources of funding for the Association include:

              • 1. Membership fees;
              • 2. Donations;
              • 3. Financial aids from government and other institutions;
              • 4. Income from operations and services within the approved scope of business;
              • 5. Interest receipts;
              • 6. Other legal income.

              Article 31The Association shall impose membership fees according to related state regulations.

              Article 32 The operation funds of the Association shall be used for businesses defined by the Articles of Association and for the development of the Association, but not for distribution among members.

              Article 33 The Association shall establish a rigorous financial management system to ensure that accounting information is compliant, truthful, accurate and complete.

              Article 34 The Association has in place specialized accountants with professional credentials. A person on accounting post shall not concurrently hold the post of cashier. Accounting personnel shall do accounting work and perform a supervisory role through accounts. When accounting personnel are on job transfers or leaving their posts, handover procedures shall be followed and completed.

              Article 35 Asset management of the Association shall follow the financial management rules and practices specified by the government and be subject to supervision by the General Assembly and finance departments. Funds from state allocations, public donations or aides shall be subject to audit by audit institutions and the results shall be publicized in a appropriate manner.

              Article 36 Before a new governing board is in office or the legal representative is replaced, the accounts of the Association shall be audited by the audit institution accepted by its registration department.

              Article 37 The assets of the Association shall not be encroached on, embezzled or misappropriated by any institutions or individuals.

              Article 38 Salaries, insurance and other benefits for full-time staff of the Association shall be regulated in light of the standards applicable to non-profit institutions of the state.

              Chapter 6 Revision of Articles

              Article 39 Revisions of the Article shall be deliberated on in the General Assembly after a vote of the Governing Board.

              Article 40 The revised Article shall be submitted to the registration department for approval within 15 days after the approval by the General Assembly and go into effect thereafter.

              Chapter 7 Termination Procedures

              Article 41 A termination motion may be raised by the Governing Board if the Association has come to dissolution on accomplishment of its missions or requires deregistration in the case of merging or demerging.

              Article 42 A termination motion shall be voted by the General Assembly and filed to the regulatory authority for review and approval.

              Article 43 Before termination, a liquidation group shall be set up under the instructions of relevant authorities to clear all unsettled claims and liabilities and deal with other matters arising from the termination. During the liquidation period, no activities other than liquidation shall be carried out.

              Article 44 The Association shall come to its termination after deregistration procedures are completed with the registration department.

              Article 45 Residual assets after the termination of the Association shall be used in businesses related to the missions of the Association in accordance with relevant state regulations and under the supervision of the registration department.

              Chapter 8 Supplementary Provisions

              Article 46 The Article is passed by a vote of the first plenary session of the General Assembly on December 2, 2014.

              Article 47 The right to interpretation of the Article rests with the Association.

              Article 48 The Article comes into effect on the date of approval by the registration department.

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