Wen Xinxiang is currently Deputy Director General of Monetary Policy Department of People’s Bank of China,，and Adjunct Professor of Renmin University of China. He obtained his B.A. in Mathematical Sciences and M.A. in Economics from Peking University, and his Ph.D. in Economics from Graduate School of the People's Bank of China (now PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University). He is also a China Certified Public Accountant and Lawyer.
During 2011 to 2013, he served as General Manager (Previous Chief Representative) of ICBC Tokyo Branch. He has over 10 years senior executive management experience in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Head Office, and held positions such as Director of Finance and Accounting Department, Deputy General Manager of Restructuring Office, Deputy General Manager of International Banking Department. He was also a member of Credit Review Committee, director of ICBC (Middle East), and director of ICBC (Moscow).
Wen has published monographs such as "Financial Services in Japanese Rural Areas and Their Inspirations to China", and "Research on Bank Capital Supervision and Management-Bank's Behaviour, Monetary Policy and Financial Stability". He has co-authored works such as "Avoiding Middle Income Trap and China's Path", "Internationalization of Commercial Bank: Environment and Structure", and "Studies in Business-Cycle Theory" (translation). Besides, dozens of academic papers and essays have been published in top journals and magazines such as People’s Daily and Financial Research.
His current research interests include international finance, money and banking, Internet finance, and rural finance.