WH Group’s founder quits, leaving world’s biggest pork producer without a successor after son was fired for ‘aggressive behaviour’

Wan Long, the founder of WH Group, the world’s largest pork producer, has stepped down as the company’s chief executive, leaving his empire in the hands of non-family members after his son was unceremoniously booted out two months ago.The Hong Kong-listed firm has appointed Guo Lijun, who assumed the role of chief financial officer in 2016, to succeed 80-year-old Wan, according to a filing to the stock exchange.The personnel change, effective immediately, followed the sacking of Wan Hongjian,…

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