The 3rd Annual “Belt and Road” International Financial Forum & BRICS Economic Think Tank Forum

Beijing, China

December 14, 2016



This forum focused on examining the belt and road initiative as an open and diverse platform for international financial cooperation. How BRICS economic think tanks might engage in joint efforts to meet new challenges was also discussed.



  • Bauyrzhan DOSSYMBEKOV: Senior Manager at AIFC
  • Cai FANG: Deputy Head of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • Chen FENGYING: Former Director of the Academy of World Economy, China Institute of Contemporary International Relations
  • Chen XU: Party Secretary of Tsinghua University
  • Chen ZHONG: General Manager of the Department of Overseas Department, China Communications Construction
  • David DAOKUI LI : Director of CCWE, Dean of the Schwarzman Programs, Tsinghua University
  • David FERNANDEZ: MD & Head of FICC Research Asia, Barclays Bank
  • Ding XIANGQUN: Deputy Governor of China Development Bank
  • Djoomart OTORBAEV: Former Prime Minister of Kyrghyzstan
  • Dong QI: President of Beijing Normal University
  • Feng WEIJIANG: Director of Center for International Political Economy Study, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • Feng XINGKE: Deputy Secretary General of BETT
  • Gao PEIYONG: Director of the National Academy of Economic Strategy of CASS
  • Gao XIQING: Professor of the School of Law, Tsinghua University; Former General Manager of China Investment Corporation; Former Vice President of China Securities Regulatory Commission
  • Guo JIANWEI: Branch Manager at Urumqi, People’s Bank of China
  • Guo LIAN: Executive Vice Director of the Research Institute of China Development Bank
  • Hu BILIANG: Dean of Emerging Markets Institute, Beijing Normal University
  • Jeremy STEVENS: Economist, Standard Bank of South Africa
  • Jiang SHIXUE: Vice Director of the Department of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
  • Jin CANRONG: Deputy Dean of the School of International Relations, Renmin University
  • Jose Luis ENCISO MANZO: Minister Office of the Ministry of Economy, Embassy of Mexico in China
  • Li RUOGU: Former Chairman and President of the export-Import Bank of China
  • Luo XIN: CEO, Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Mei XINYU: Researcher at the Chinese Academy of International Trae and Economic Cooperation, MOFCOM
  • Pan QINZHONG: Executive Dean of the Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University
  • Paulo NOGUEIRA BATISTA Jr.,: Vice President for the New Development Bank
  • Qi BIN: Vice General Manager of China Investment Corporation
  • Tian GUOLI: Chairman of Bank of China
  • Wang HAIGANG: Professor at School of Economics, Central University of Finance and Economics
  • Wang HONGLING: Researcher at Center for China in the World Economy
  • Wang LEI: Executive Director of the Center for BRICS Cooperation, Beijing Normal University
  • Wang YOUMING: Director of the Academy of Developing Countries, China Institute of International Studies; Senior Research at BETT
  • Wang ZHONGMIN: Vice Chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund
  • Xu HONGCAI: Deputy Chief Economist of China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchange
  • Yao PEISHENG: Former Chinese Ambassador to Kazakhstan and Ukraine
  • Yao YUDONG: Former Director of Finance Research Institute, People’s Bank of China, Chief Economist of Dacheng Fund
  • Yuan GANGMING: Research at Center for China in the World Economy
  • Zhang XIAOQIANG: Executive Vice Director of China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchange
  • Zhao XIAO: Economist
  • Zhong GUOYING: Standing Committee of the Tianjin Municipal Party Committee, Party Secretary of Tianjin’s Binhai New Area
  • Zhu JIEJIN: Associate Professor at the Center for BRICS Research, Fudan University
  • Zong LIANG: Chief Economist of Bank of China

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