December 27, 1962
|Citizenship||Emberwood Coast |
The Oan Isles
|Education||University of Aura|
|Occupation||Chief executive officer of Metatron Corporation|
|Years active||January 1, 1982|
|Known for||Orchestrating acquisition of Barque Lithography and Fort Jubrayn Optics and Metatron Corporation |
Electrical and computer engineering research and development
|Spouse||Sasha Sion (née Porter)|
Bing Sion (born Adelaide Sion) is a businessman and engineer of Emberitian and Oan citizenship. Originally born and raised in Aura (then ruled by Great Morstaybishlia), he was assigned the gender female at birth and began undergoing hormonal therapy upon the independence of Emberwood Coast from Norograd. He studied electrical engineering at the University of Aura. He started work at Ferrus Industries in Great Morstaybishlia in 1982. He resigned from his position there and moved to ICM in Tretrid in 1993. He married Sasha Porter in 1996. The couple tried for their first child in 1997 by in vitro fertilisation whereby Sasha carried a fœtus of Bing's cryogenically frozen eggs. Thus, their first child, Bailey Sion, was born in 1997.
After working at ICM, he moved to KAE Systems plc in 1998. The Sion couple had Milliard Sion in 1999, Indigo Sion in 2001, and Skylar Sion in 2003 (also by IVF, alternating between Sasha and Bing's ova). In 2008, he was appointed Chief operating officer of Metatron Corporation under Darryl McKinsey and moved to Tokapa, The Oan Isles. In 2008, he orchestrated the acquisition of Barque Lithography (a company that produces lithographic equipment from Barque, Axdel), starting a competition with Rudo Seabrook (then Chief technology officer at Metatron) to become CEO.
After orchestrating the acquisition of Fort Jubrayn Optics (a company that manufactured optical equipment from Fort Jubrayn, Great Morstaybishlia), McKinsey selected him to be his successor. He helped McKinsey orchestrate a 1.34 billion KRB initial public offering of Metatron stocks at the Sani Bursil Stock Exchange. In 2016, he took over as CEO of the company. He saw public outcry over Metatron's procurement of raw materials from Packilvania, following which he committed the company to inspecting their suppliers and signed the Fair Work Declaration which committed the company to ensuring equitable and just labour practices across its supply chain. Oan News has named him as one of the most influential and wealthy people in the country. He is among the top 10 wealthiest people from the Oan Isles, with a net worth of 7 billion KRB. He is fluent in Staynish, Oan, Tretridian and Spandard.