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Mr. Min Liao has rich working experience in the financial industry, ranging from the central bank to commercial bank and financial holding company. Since served as Director-General of the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) Shanghai Office in 2011, he started to implement the “institute, product, risk” three-in-one supervisory approach, tried to explore the banking conduct regulation, and established the joint supervision working mechanism of the Yangtze River Delta. When serving at the People’s Bank of China, he had been engaged in foreign exchange trading,fixed income investment and portfolio management. After moving to the Bank of China, he had participated in the restructuring and public listing of the Bank of China (Hong Kong). Before shifting to the CBRC Shanghai Office, Mr. LIAO was the Director-General of the Executive Department of CBRC. He was responsible for comprehensive study and coordination works in the CBRC, and had directed some important research projects. He is a key member of the CBRC assessment team on core principles for effective banking supervision, as well as a member of the task force for the implementation of Basel II and Basel III.
Also, he was a member of the Corporate Governance Task Force (CGTF) and Working Group of Liquidity (WGL) of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS). Now he is a director of the Global Financial Council of the World Economic Forum, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a member of the Standing Committee of the China National Youth Federation (Chairman of the Financial Sector Committee), an executive director of the China Institute of International Finance, a member of China Finance Forty Forum and an adjunct professor of University of International Business and Economics.
Mr. LIAO received a Master degree in Economics from Peking University in 1993 and an MBA from Judge Business School of Cambridge University in 2006.
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