HNA Group, a global Fortune 500 company focused on tourism, logistics, and financial services, has joined the Atlantic Council in support of the Council´s mission of promoting constructive leadership and engagement in international affairs to meet global challenges, the company said.
The Atlantic Council promotes constructive leadership and engagement in international political and economic affairs, provides an essential forum for its uniquely influential network of global leaders to shape policy choices and strategies, and works to strengthen transatlantic partnerships.
HNA Group is a global Fortune 500 company focused on tourism, logistics, and financial services. Since its founding in 1993, HNA Group has evolved from a regional airline based on Hainan Island in southern China into a global company with approximately USD 145 billion of assets, more than USD 90 billion in annual revenues, and an international workforce of 410,000 employees, primarily across the Americas, Europe and Asia.
HNA´s tourism business is a fast-growing, vertically-integrated global player with market-leading positions in aviation, hotels and travel services. HNA operates and invests in nearly 3,200 hotels with over 380,000 rooms across major markets, and has 1,250 aircraft carrying nearly 100 million passengers to 270 cities worldwide. HNA´s logistics business is a leader in logistics and supply chain management with capabilities in shipping and equipment manufacturing, maritime transportation, third-party payment platforms and project finance. In financial services, HNA is China´s largest non-bank leasing company, and a provider of a diverse set of businesses in equipment leasing, insurance, asset management, investment banking and credit services.
The Atlantic Council is a nonpartisan organization that promotes constructive US leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the central role of the Atlantic community in meeting today´s global challenges.