Leverate China GM Andy Zhang moving on to pursue personal interests


After 3.5 years in the company, Andy Zhang, General Manager of Leverate’s China branch in Shanghai, is leaving his position to pursue a new path in his life. Mr. Zhang was the first Leverate employee in China recruited by Itai Damti, one of Leverate’s founders.

Andy had a key role in establishing Leverate’s foothold in China and APAC regions and took an essential part in the expansion of Leverate into Asia.

Mr. Zhang sent this message to his staff: “It’s very hard for me to make this decision, but I know I need to take this step and go forward to my next challenge.”

He also expressed his undoubted trust in Leverate China’s team, saying: “You’re really excellent and work very hard. I believe Leverate will be more and more successful in the future.”

Leverate’s CEO Mr.Yasha Polyakov commented: “Andy was a great person to work with. I wish him all the best in his new ventures. The APAC region is now in the capable hands of the outstanding management team that was built during the past few years, and they will continue to provide excellent services to all of their clients, present, and future.”  

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