Impressive top-level speaker who has by way of example shared the stage for a panel discussion on “The Remaking of Global Finance” with co panelists Steven Mnuchin (United States Secretary of the Treasury), Christine Lagarde (Managing Director-IMF), Laurence D. Fink (CEO of BlackRock), Paul Achleitner (Chairman of supervisory board at Deutsche Bank), Philip Hammond (Chancellor of the United Kingdom).
A columnist for Caixin Magazine, the main economics and finance magazine in China, she writes widely about the Chinese economy and global finance, and makes regular appearances on Bloomberg, BBC, etc.
She has had prior experience at the IMF, the World Bank as well as other financial institutions.
In 2014, she was named Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
She earned her Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University when she was 25. Later, she was promoted as a professor specializing in macroeconomics, the youngest ever to do so in the teaching history of the London School of Economics (LSE). Her research focuses on international macroeconomics, the Chinese economy and China trade relations.
Multiple academic works have been published in the top journals in Economics. She sits on the editorial board of one of the top academic journals in Economics, The Review of Economic Studies.
Outside academia, she serves as a non-executive director to Richemont Group.
She is also a member of the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) advisory committee for fintech companies in China.