Bruce C.H. Cheng
Founder and Honorary Chairman

Mr. Cheng has personally received numerous honors and awards for his business achievements and contributions to improving the environment. In 2011, Mr. Cheng received the “Distinguished Accomplishment Award” from the Chinese Professional Management Association. Mr. Cheng was honored as Ernst & Young's 2010 "Entrepreneur of the Year" and "CSR Entrepreneur" for his efforts on global warming and energy efficiency.

Mr. Cheng has been named as Taiwan’s “Most Admired Executive” several times by Commonwealth Magazine. In 2008, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) named Asteroid 168126 “Chengbruce” to honor Mr. Cheng’s pursuit of environmental sustainability and green citizenship. The asteroid is the first to be named for a Taiwanese entrepreneur.

In 2007, Mr. Cheng received an honorary doctorate from National Central University’s College of Earth Sciences and honorary doctorates in engineering from both the National Cheng Kung University and National Tsing Hua University. In 2006, the Chinese Management Association presented Mr. Cheng with its highest management award.

Mr. Cheng founded Delta Electronics in 1971 to produce television components. Prior to that, he held management positions at TRW in engineering, production, and quality control. Mr. Cheng began his career as an aeronautic instrument engineer at Air Asia Co. after receiving a BSEE degree from National Cheng Kung University.

In 2010, Mr. Cheng’s autobiography “Solid Power” was published by Commonwealth Publishing. The book shares Mr. Cheng’s stories about founding Delta and guiding its success, and his experience and perspectives from nearly 50 years in the industry, as well as his thoughts on providing innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow.

Yancey Hai

Mr. Yancey Hai joined Delta Electronics in 1999 and became Vice Chairman and CEO in 2004. In June 2012, Mr. Hai was elected as Chairman to oversee Delta's corporate strategic direction and major decisions as well as solidify the corporate governance mechanism.

Under Mr. Hai's leadership Delta Electronics is now the global leader in switching power supplies and a major player in state-of-the-art green technologies and energy management solutions that fulfill Delta's corporate mission: "To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow". Delta Electronics quadrupled its revenues to $5.9 billion and increased its market capitalization from $2 billion in 2004 to over $12 billion in 2013 with more than 70% of its shares held by global institutional investors.

In recognition of his significant contributions, Mr. Hai received the "2010 China Business Leader of the Year Award" co-hosted by CNBC Asia Pacific and the China Business Network, and was named "Asia Innovator of the Year" at the 2010 CNBC Asia Business Leaders Awards. In 2012 Mr. Hai was honored with IR Magazine's "Best CEO Award" of Greater China. In 2013 has won the Asia Talent Management Award at CNBC's as 12th Asia Business Leaders Awards. With this award Mr.Hai is the first business leader of a Taiwan based company to win ABLA honors twice.

Before joining Delta, Mr. Hai was the country manager of GE Capital Taiwan, and prior to that he served in key positions in international financial organizations such as JP Morgan and Citibank.

Mr. Hai received an MA in International Business Management from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Mark Ko
Vice Chairman

Mark Ko was appointed as vice chairman of Delta Electronics in 2012. He is responsible for managing Delta’s related companies and leading the integration of cross-business techniques and products to provide total solutions.

Mr. Ko joined Delta in 1988 as a procurement manager. He soon became director of quality assurance and was then promoted to plant manager. In 1994 he was appointed general manager of what is today the Power System Business Group. Under his leadership and global strategic planning the group’s sales revenue grew more than 30 percent a year, establishing Delta’s leading position in the global power supply industry. Mr. Ko served as president and chief operating officer of Delta Group since 2004, and was responsible for worldwide business operations and management, R&D, manufacturing, and quality processes.

Prior to joining Delta, Mr. Ko worked for RCA Taiwan as a quality assurance manager and purchasing manager. His previous experience includes positions as a senior quality engineer at Zenith Taiwan and as an electrical engineer at China Steel Corporation. Mr. Ko holds a Bachelor of Control Engineering degree from Chiao Tung University.

Ping Cheng
Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Ping Cheng was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Delta Electronics, Inc. in 2012, responsible for organization operations and new business development.

Mr. Cheng joined Delta Electronics in 1988 as a section chief for the manufacturing department. After finishing further education in the United States from 1989 to 1993, he returned to Delta Group as a supervisor of the manufacturing and material departments. In 1997 as the Plant Manager of YUASA-DELTA, an affiliate company of Delta Group. From 1998 to 2008, Mr. Cheng served as Deputy General Manager of the Component Business Group of Delta China, and Executive Vice President of the China Region.

Mr. Cheng has been the Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Power Supply Business Group since 2008. In 2010, Mr. Cheng became the Corporate Senior Vice President, as well as the President of the China Region in charge of Delta’s branding, new business support and nationwide business development.

Mr. Cheng earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from California State University, Hayward.

Simon Chang
President and COO

Mr. Simon Chang is currently President and Chief Operations Officer of Delta Electronics, Inc. He joined Delta in 1981 as a product design engineer, and has since served as engineering manager, material manager, director of the Industrial Automation Business Division, and general manager of the Industrial Automation Business Group.

Delta established the Industrial Automation Business Division in 1995. As director, Mr. Chang led the team to develop AC motor drives and for more than 20 years continued his dedication to the field of automation, covering drives, motion, control, sensing, and machine vision. During this time he directed Delta’s innovation and development of "smart manufacturing" related products, such as industrial robots, cloud platform, SCADA software, energy monitoring systems, equipment and data collection platform, and others, as well as provided efficient and integrated solutions for global customers to move toward smart and green manufacturing.

Since 2010, Mr. Chang has received numerous awards, including the "Most Influential Leading Enterprise in China's Automation Industry for 15 Years", the "Most Influential Leader in China's Automation Industry for 15 Years", and China's "Management Award". He has also been honored as an "Annual Top 10 Leader in China’s Industrial Automation Industry" four times.

Mr. Chang received his Master of Business Administration degree from Chung Yuan Christian University.