On Friday, Shares of Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc (NYSE:ZBH), added-2.56 % and closed at $98.03 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $97.71 and $100.56. Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (NYSE and SIX: ZBH), a global leader in musculoskeletal healthcare, recently declared that Li Yong Ming, Vice President of Zimmer Biomet China and Hong Kong, received the coveted International Alternative Investment Review (IAIR) CEO/MD of the Year Award in Healthcare Solutions for excellence in leadership, inspiration and innovation. IAIR is one of the fastest growing magazines worldwide focusing on global economy and sustainability, and awards its CEO of the Year distinction to outstanding business leaders who demonstrate excellence and proven success in areas such as innovation, organizational growth and personal commitment toward their businesses and people.
Mr. Li is recognized for his entrepreneurial spirit, planned direction and personal influence in consolidating the Zimmer Biomet businesses in China and Hong Kong, and positioning the company as a leader in the musculoskeletal healthcare field. During his tenure, Mr. Li not only led the successful integration of Zimmer and Biomet following the global merger, but also delivered double-digit growth, sustained organizational commitments and development of a high-performing sales team.
XL Group Ltd. (NYSE:XL), jumped 0.13 % and closed at $38.13 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $37.72 and $38.19. The company’s Market capitalization is $10.26 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 269.09 million. XL Group Ltd, through its auxiliaries, operates as an insurance and reinsurance company. The company provides property, casualty, and specialty products to industrial, commercial, professional, and insurance companies, in addition to other enterprises worldwide. The company operates in two segments: Insurance and Reinsurance. The Insurance segment offers casualty programs comprising primary and excess casualty, environmental liability, excess and surplus lines, construction, and surety insurance products, in addition to property programs; professional lines, such as directors, officers, errors and omissions, employment practices, crime, fiduciary, technology, and cyber liability coverages; and specialty lines, counting the aviation and satellite, marine, fine art and specie, equine, livestock and aquaculture, crisis administration, political risk, trade credit and life, and accident and health products. The Reinsurance segment provides casualty reinsurance products, counting general and professional liability, and automobile and workers compensation; property reinsurance products comprising property catastrophe, property risk excess of loss, and property proportional; property catastrophe; specialty reinsurance products, such as energy, marine, aviation, and space; and other reinsurance products, counting fidelity, surety, trade credit, accident and health, mortgage, and political risk.