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蔡鄂生

南南可持续发展指导委员会亚太委员会主席

南南合作金融中心主席

中国金融学会常务理事

原中国银行业监督管理委员会副主席、党委委员

1951 年出生于湖北,长于北京,毕业于山西财经学院,获经济学学士学位。1975 年进入中国人民银行,1998 年任行长助理、党委委员,2000 年兼任中国人民银行上海分行行长;2001 年 5 月起,调任光大集团和中信集团监事会主席;2005 年底任中国银行业监督管理 委员会副主席、党委委员;2013 年当选为全国政协委员;2014 年起,担任南南可持续发展指导委员会亚太委员会和南南亚太金融中心主席,中国金融学会常务理事。蔡鄂生在中国人民银行、中国银行业监督管理委员会等机构工作期间,曾多次主导和参与了银行业金融机构改革发展、银行重大案件处理以及信托行业清理整顿等重要工作。

 

Chairman, Asia Pacific Committee,

South-South Steering Committee for Sustainable Development Chairman,

Finance Center for South-South Cooperation Executive Director,

China Society for Finance and Banking Former Vice Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission

Mr. Cai Esheng, born in Hubei Province in 1951 and grew up in Beijing, obtains a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Shanxi University of Finance and Economics. Mr. Cai joined People’s Bank of China (PBC) in 1975, and served as Assistant to Governor from 1998, and Assistant to Governor, and Governor of PBC Shanghai Branch from 2000, then he acted as Chairman of the Supervisory Board for China Everbright Group and Citic Group Corporation from May 2001, and served as Vice Chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) from 2005. He was elected as member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in 2013. Mr. Cai is currently Chairman of South-South Steering Committee for Sustainable Development Asia Pacific Committee and South-South Asia Pacific Finance Center, and Executive Director of China Society for Finance and Banking. Mr. Cai has led and engaged in several major projects related to the reform and development of financial institutions, handling of major banking cases and consolidation of the trust industry in People’s Bank of China (PBC) and China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC).