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LIU Chunhang CF40 Member Director-General, Statistical Information and Risk Monitoring Department, Former China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission
Areas of Expertise : Banking regulation, macroeconomy, economics, supply chain structure
Educational Background
Mr. Liu received his MPhil and PhD from Cambridge University and MBA from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar).
Work Experience
Liu Chunhang is the Director-General of Statistical Information and Risk Monitoring Department of former China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC). Before that, he was the Director-General of the Policy Research Bureau. Since 2015, he has been Chair of the Supervision and Implementation Group under the Basel Committee. Between 2012 and 2015, he was Chair of the Leverage Ratio Group under the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, responsible for leading the work on the Basel III leverage ratio standard. In 2011, Mr. Liu served as the CBRC representative on the Standing Committee on Supervisory and Regulatory Cooperation under the Financial Stability Board. He joined the CBRC in 2006 as Deputy Director-General of the Statistics Department.

Prior to CBRC, Mr. Liu worked at Morgan Stanley and McKinsey on the restructuring and business strategies of multinational firms and financial institutions.

His publications include Decoding Basel: A Brief Analysis of the International Banking Regulatory Framework (2015), Multinationals, Globalization and Indigenous Firms in China (2009). Mr. Liu is also editor-in-chief of Financial Regulation Review.
Selected Publications