11 Financial Regulators Slated to Attend 19th National Congress of the CCP

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A total of 11 leading members of China’s financial regulatory system will attend the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China scheduled for autumn this year.

Caixin reports that in addition to the 11 members of China’s financial regulatory system, a total of 12 senior executives from China’s banking system, 3 executives from the insurance sector, 1 head of a state-owned financial group, as well as 17 grassroots representatives of the financial sector will be in attendance.

This means that a total of 44 representatives of various segments of China’s financial sector will be participants in the bi-decennial party congress that is responsible for determining the the country’s senior-most political leadership.

The 11 representatives of China’s financial regulatory system will include:

Zhou Xiaochuan, governor and party secretary of the People’s Bank of China.

Yi Gang, vice-governor and vice-party secretary of the People’s Bank of China.

Chen Yulu, vice-governor and party committee member of the People’s Bank of China.

Fan Gongsheng, head of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, vice-governor and party committee member of the People’s Bank of China.

He Tielin, chief manager of the technical protection department of the Shanghai Centre of the General Clearance Centre of the People’s Bank of China.

Guo Shuqing, chair and party secretary of the China Banking Regulatory Commission.

Du Jinfu, head of disciplinary inspection and party committee member of the China Banking Regulaory Commission.

Liu Shiyu, chair and party secretary of the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

Li Zhengqiang, director and party secretary of the Dalian Commodity Exchange.

Pei Guang, party secretary and head of the Shanghai Insurance Regulatory Commission.

Zhu Weizhong, media spokesperson for the Guangdong Insurance Regulatory Commission.

 

 

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