Jiang Jianqing is the chairman of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). His research interests include theoretical and practical bank innovation, and corporation theory of industrial and financial capital. He is the author of numerous articles including "Technical Revolution in the American Banking Industry." During the Cultural Revolution, Jiang was sent to work in the coal mines of Henan and in the fields of Jiangxi.
Country of Citizenship: China
Education: Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Marital Status: Married
2005 ICBC Chairman
2000-2005 President and CPC chief of ICBC
1999 Promoted to vice president and vice party chief of ICBC
1997 President, ICBC Shanghai Branch
1995 President, Bank of Shanghai
1993 Vice President, ICBC Shanghai Branch
1986 Joined ICBC as bank teller in Shanghai
1984 Graduated from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Shu Xiaoqin is director of China's State Bureau for Letters and Calls, which handles complaints from members of the public. She was born in Jiangxi in 1956 and joined the CPC in 1977. Shu earned ...