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

China private banking debate: Managing a wealth of riches in China

Jing Wang91

Jing Wang (JW) general manager, private banking, China Merchants Bank, has worked for the bank for 21 years. In August 2007, she was appointed to establish the CMB private banking team and she remains head of the department. 

Lin Caiyi 91q

Lin Caiyi (LC) chief economist, Guotai Junan Securities, has a doctorate in economics at Fudan University, Shanghai. She is a special member of China Finance 40 Forum and Shanghai Finance Institute, and a council member of China Chief Economist Forum. She mainly focuses on macroeconomics and asset allocation.

Yin Jinqiang91

Yin Jinqiang (YIJ) head of private banking, Agricultural Bank of China, has been general manager of the private bank since 2013. He joined ABC in 1987 and has more than 20 years’ experience in retail banking.

Liu Feng 91

Liu Feng (LF) assistant general manager, Guotai Junan Securities Wealth Management, has 20 years’ experience in securities clearance, operation and wealth management. Liu runs several large-scale innovation projects Guotai Junan Securities Integrated Financial Services was awarded first prize at Shanghai Financial Innovation 2013.

Yu Jin91

Yu Jin (YUJ) chairman, ABC-CA Fund Management started at ABC in 1983. From 2005 to 2008 he was general manager of e-banking and from 2008 to April 2015, he was head of technology. He has an engineering degree from Peoples’ University in Beijing, a master of finance from Nanjing Agricultural University, and is a qualified senior economist.

Emily Gu91

Emily Gu (EG) executive director, market head for South China, UBS Wealth Management, has more than 18 years’ experience working with international bank HNWIs, and 10 years of managerial roles, covering client advisory, sales management, business planning and strategic marketing in private banking, both onshore and offshore. Before joining UBS, she was executive general manager of Shanghai Branch, Standard Chartered China.

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