China bank official appointed as special advisor to IMF chief

09:19, February 25, 2010      

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International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn named the deputy Chinese central bank governor, Zhu Min as special advisor to the IMF chief on February 24, 2010.

"Zhu Min brings a wealth of experience in government and the financial sector, and I look forward to his counsel," Mr. Strauss-Kahn said. "As special advisor, he will play an important role in working with me and my management team in meeting the challenges facing our global membership in the period ahead, and in strengthening the Fund's understanding of Asia and emerging markets more generally."

As deputy governor of the People's Bank of China, Mr. Zhu is responsible for international affairs, policy research, and credit information. Prior to his service at China's central bank, he held various positions at the Bank of China where he served as Group Executive vice president, responsible for finance and treasury, risk management, internal control, legal compliance, and strategy and research. Mr. Zhu also worked at the World Bank for six years.

Zhu Min thanked the IMF's invitation. He expressed a willingness to make the greatest efforts to bring emerging economies and the Asian experience into the IMF, and work together with colleagues at the IMF to promote the continued growth of the global economy and financial stability.

By People's Daily Online
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