Executive Vice President, Bank of China, USA
Mr. Huang is in charge of the bank’s US corporate strategy, research and senior executive training programs. He is a senior research fellow, as well as the secretary or member of the bank’s Strategy and Business Development Committee (SBDC), Asset/Liability Management Committee (ALCO), Risk Management and Internal Control Committee (RMICC). He leads his team to develop the risk-based strategic plan for the CEO of BOC US Branches. He helped SBDC to establish Innovation, Tax Advisory, Community Development Strategy and other working groups to implement the strategies.
Before working for BOC, Mr. Huang had extensive experience of the securities industry in both China and the US. In 1989, he was one of the pioneer members who did foundation work for the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Mr. Huang has served as a board member of the China International Finance Society, a member of the New York Economic Club, a member of the Global Research Expert Network of BOC Group, and a member of the Global Economics/Banking Quarterly Writing Group in BOC. He has published many financial articles on Chinese Journals and several financial books. He has been a guest speaker for International Finance Society of China (IFS)/Yicai, Columbia Business School, Tsinghua GFD, Peking University Economic School Delegation, and Fudan EMBA delegations. The Euromoney Yearbook has used his article as an investment guide for international institutional investors. He is Cornell’s Johnson Alum with a MBA degree. He also received a portfolio management certificate from NYU and a bank strategy certificate from the Wharton, UPenn.