Mr. Zhu is the secretary to Party committee and chairman of CITIC Group Corporation Limited, aswell as the chairman of CITIC Limited and CITIC Corporation Limited. Prior to that, Mr. Zhu successivelyserved as the vice president of the Bank of Communications of China, the executive director and vicepresident of the Bank of China, the vice governor of Sichuan Province, and the vice president of thePeople’s Bank of China. Mr. Zhu has over twenty years’ work experience in finance with rich theoreticalknowledge and has accumulated extensive practical experience. Mr. Zhu graduated from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics with a bachelor’s degree of engineering in economic informationmanagement system. Mr. Zhu is a senior economist.
Mr. Fang has served as deputy general manager of CITIC Group Corporation Limited, deputy generalmanager and member of the executive committee of CITIC Limited, and deputy general manager of CITICCorporation Limited since December 2020, and as a Party committee member of CITIC Group CorporationLimited since November 2020. Mr. Fang is concurrently a director of CITIC International FinancialHoldings Limited and CITIC Bank International Limited. Prior to that, Mr. Fang was president of the Bank’sSuzhou Branch, president of the Bank’s Hangzhou Branch, and head of the Bank’s financial marketsbusiness, and vice president of the Bank. He was a teacher at Zhejiang Banking School, assistant generalmanager of the credit department of the experimental urban credit cooperative of Zhejiang Banking School,and deputy director of Hangzhou Chengdong Office of Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. Mr. Fang hasover 20 years of experience in the Chinese banking industry. He graduated from Peking University with amaster’s degree in business administration of senior management. He is a senior economist.
Mr. Cao has served as chief financial officer of CITIC Limited since April 2018. He is concurrently a director of CITIC Metal Co., Ltd., CITIC Agriculture Limited, CITIC Myanmar (Hong Kong) Holdings Limited and CITIC Heye Investment Co., Ltd. since April 2018. Mr. Cao used to be a deputy chief staff member and deputy section chief of the planning and treasury division of the PBOC Shaanxi branch; assistant general manager, deputy general manager and general manager of the planning and treasury department at the Head Office of China Merchants Bank (CMB); general manager of the Budget and Finance Department of the Head Office, assistant president, vice president and chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the Bank; and general manager of the Finance Department of CITIC Group Corporation Limited. Mr. Cao has over 30 years’ experience in the Chinese banking industry. He graduated from Hunan College of Finance and Economics with a bachelor’s degree in monetary banking and obtained his master’s degree in monetary banking from Shaanxi College of Finance and Economics. He is a senior economist.
He is concurrently a director of CITIC International Financial Holdings Limited, CNCB (Hong Kong) Investment Co., Ltd., CITIC Bank International Limited and CITIC aiBank Corporation Limited, and chairman of CITIC Wealth Management Corporation Limited. Previously, Mr. Guo was vice president of Beijing Branch, president of Shenyang Branch, president of Tianjin Branch, general manager of Business Department of Head Office (currently Beijing Branch) the general manager of International Business Department, assistant vice president and chief audit officer of the Bank, and concurrently served as a director of CNCB (Hong Kong) Capital Limited and China UnionPay Co., Ltd. Mr. Guo has over 30 years of work experience in the Chinese banking industry. He graduated from Peking University with a master’s degree in business administration. He is a senior economist.
Ms. Huang has served as a director of Xinhu Zhongbao Co., Ltd. since November 2015, a director of Zhejiang Xinhu Group Co., Ltd. since August 2013, and vice president and chief financial officer of Zhejiang Xinhu Group Co., Ltd. since July 2011. Previously, Ms. Huang worked at Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) where she successively served as deputy general manager of the international business department at the Zhejiang Provincial Branch business department, deputy general manager (presiding) of Hangzhou Baojiao sub-branch, deputy general manager of the corporate banking unit at the Zhejiang Provincial Branch business department, deputy general manager (presiding) and general manager of the personal finance unit at the Zhejiang Provincial Branch business department; and was vice president and chief financial officer of Xinhu Holdings Limited. Ms. Huang graduated from Zhejiang University with a bachelor’s degree in law. She is an intermediate economist.
Mr. Wang has been the chief of State-owned Assets Management Division of the Financial Management and Supervision Department (Audit Department) of the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration since August 2016. Previously, he worked at the Financial Management and Supervision Department (Audit Department) of the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration where he successively served as cadre, deputy chief staff member, and chief staff member of the Audit Division; deputy chief of the First Audit Division; deputy chief of the State-owned Assets Management Division; and consultant and deputy chief of the State-owned Assets Management Division. He was once appointed as the deputy county chief of Yunxi County, Hubei Province. Prior to that, Mr. Wang worked at the Finance Department of Tsinghua University and was assigned by the National Audit Office to the Audit Bureau of the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration. Mr. Wang graduated from Renmin University of China with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, and obtained a master’s degree in accounting from Beijing Technology and Business University. He is a senior accountant.
Mr. He used to be chairman, executive director and CEO of Franshion Properties (China) Co., Ltd., chairman of Jinmao Investment and Jinmao (China) Investment Holding Co., Ltd., president, vice chairman and chairman of China Jinmao (Group) Co., Ltd. and Assistant to the President of Sinochem Corporation (regarded as a vice president of Sinochem from 2013 onward). Previously, Mr. He once served as co-chair of the “China Hotel Owner Alliance” under the China Hotel Industry Association, and vice president of the All-China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he was a delegate to the 12nd and 13rd session of the Shanghai Municipal People’s Congress and was named Shanghai’s model worker and one of the economic figures in Shanghai Pudong’s 20-year development and opening-up. Mr. He graduated from Renmin University of China with a degree in economics, and from the Graduate School of Political Economics in Jilin University, and obtained his MBA from the China Europe International Business School. He is a senior economist.
Ms. Chen is a professor and Ph.D. tutor of the Management Science and Information System Department of Guanghua School of Management at Peking University, and also an executive director of the Center for Research of Circulation Economy and Management, director of Liantai Supply Chain Research and Development Center, and deputy dean of the China National Institute for Research of Development Strategy on Hi-Tech Industry Development Zone of Peking University. In addition, she is vice president of the China Society of Logistics, director of the Supply Chain and Logistics Committee of the China Management Science Society, an expert with special contribution to the logistics industry over the 40 years of China’s reform and opening-up, a core expert in the National Strategy Research Group for Supply Chain Innovation and Application, and an expert on national high-tech zones engaged by the Ministry of Science and Technology. Ms. Chen is currently an independent director of CWT International Limited and Zhongrong Fund Management Co., Ltd., general manager of Beijing Jun Shi Century Information Technology Co., Ltd., and an independent director of Tiger, a Singaporean listed company. She received a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree from Jilin University of Technology, got her doctoral degree in management science from the City University of Hong Kong, and did her post-doctoral studies at the Institute of Mathematics and Systems Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In her capacity as leader or research backbone, Ms. Chen has participated in numerous international cooperation projects and key research and development projects sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation, ministries and provincial governments in China. She also sits on the review and assessment panels of multiple domestic and foreign academic journals, and has published numerous papers on prestigious international publications.
Mr. Qian is a professor of finance and executive dean of Fanhai International School of Finance at Fudan University, a research fellow at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an associate editor of the Frontiers of Economics in China, an international academic journal. Previously, Mr. Qian was a lifetime professor of finance at the Carroll School of Management of Boston College, a visiting associate professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, a special-term professor of finance at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University, a special-term professor, professor and Ph.D. tutor, co-director of the EMBA program, and co-director of the EMBA/DBA/EE program at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF) of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, deputy dean of the China Academy of Financial Research of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and an associate editor of the Review of Finance, an international academic journal. Mr. Qian obtained his B.S. degree from the University of Iowa and his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and did his undergraduate program at the Department of International Economics of Fudan University. Mr. Qian’s research interests span many topics of theoretical and empirical corporate finance and financial institutions, including commercial and investment banking, mutual and hedge funds, credit rating agencies, mergers and acquisitions, legal systems related to finance, comparison of financial systems in emerging markets, development of financial systems during China’s economic transformation, and financial risk prevention and control. He published multiple research papers on top academic journals, and contributed chapters of several books on financial system development. His books recently finished include Power of China’s Finance.
Mr. Yan joined Arthur Young & Co. (UK) and KPMG Certified Public Accountants (UK), and served as assistant manager, manager, senior manager and partner at KPMG Certified Public Accountants (Hong Kong). He served as a partner at KPMG Huazhen Certified Public Accountants LLP and established the quality control and risk management department of KPMG (China). Mr. Yan used to serve as a consulting expert of the former China Banking Regulatory Commission, an accounting standards consulting expert of the PRC Ministry of Finance, a consultant to the Accounting Department of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (full-time for a year), a member of the Delisting Committee of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, and a member of the China Technical Professionals Group, Professional Standards Supervisory Committee and Risk Management Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He was a visiting professor at Beijing National Accounting Institute and Shanghai National Accounting Institute. He also participated in the review of the first draft of the audit and accounting standards issued by the PRC Ministry of Finance and the English translation work of the audit standards. Mr. Yan graduated from Liverpool University with an (accounting) Bachelor of Arts degree, and has the chartered accountant qualification in England and Wales as well as the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants fellowship. Mr. Yan has abundant experience in aspects such as accounting, audit and risk management, and used to participate many times in the public listing and annual audit of state-owned large and medium-sized enterprises in industries including finance, telecommunications, electricity and manufacturing. He enjoys a wealth of practical experience in merger, acquisition, restructuring and public listing projects in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong capital markets.