China private banking debate: Participants
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China private banking debate: Participants

China private banking debate: Chinese private banking is a work in progress.
Zhou Hongliang (ZHL) has been general manager of the private banking department at Agricultural Bank of China since 2010. He joined ABC in 1986, and has served as vice-president of Shenzhen Branch, vice-general manager of personal banking department and vice-president of Shanghai Branch since 2000.
Wang Jing (WJ) is senior vice-president in China Merchants Bank’s retail banking division at the bank’s headquarters in Shenzhen. She is also deputy general manager of CMB’s private banking division. Her past experience includes corporate finance, retail banking management, managerial accounting and corporate budgeting.
Jason Bedford (JB) is a senior manager with KPMG China. He has worked on a range of advisory and audit engagements, and specializes in the financial services sector, with a core focus on the trust and banking sectors. He is also the author and project manager for KPMG’s annual mainland China trust and banking surveys.
Kang Jing (KJ) is vice-general manager of China Citic Bank private banking centre. She has been at CNCB for more than 10 years, in roles relating to corporate, retail and investment banking. She is an expert in financial management, private and commercial banking, and financial marketing.
Li Xianduo (LXD) is secretary general of the Research Centre of Chinese Banking Industry, and professor of School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics. His main publications include A financial history of China, and he works as the special economic observer for China National Radio and financial portal
Han Weiqiang (HWQ) is the chief administration officer and a member of the management committee at China International Capital Corporation. He joined CICC in April 2003. He is responsible for coordinating and managing the company’s operating matters and overseeing the wealth-management business.
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