Zhang Yujun

Assistant Chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission

Zhang Yujun

Zhang Yujun

Assistant Chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission

Biography

Zhang Yujun is President at Shanghai Stock Exchange. Dr. Yujun previously held the position of President & Chief Executive Officer of Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

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Shanghai Stock Exchange
Shenzhen Stock Exchange

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119

Number of Boards

1

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Professional at All China Federation of Supply & Marketing Cooperatives

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Former Director, Training Center at China Securities Regulatory Commission

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Assistant Chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission

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Chair at China Securities Regulatory Commission

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Chief Economist at China Banking Association

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Vice Chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission

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Vice Chairman at Beijing ENFI Environmental Protection Co., Ltd.

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Former President at JPMorgan Securities (Asia Pacific) Ltd.

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Main Partner at Shenzhen Stock Exchange

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Communist Party Secretary at The People's Bank of China

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Zhang Yujun
Assistant Chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission
Career History
Assistant Chairman
Current

Authorized by the State Council, in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, the China Securities Regulatory Commission, a ministry-level unit directly under the State Council, regulates China's securities and futures markets with an aim to ensure their orderly and legitimate operation.The commission consists of 18 departments, a general force of enforcement, 3 centers and a public offering review committee consisting of professionals and experts both inside and outside. It sets up 36 regional bureaus throughout the country in provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government, and cities under separate state planning, as well as 2 offices for securities regulation in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

President & Chief Executive Officer
Prior

Shenzhen Stock Exchange provides real-time trading information, trade monitoring, listing compliance monitoring and general supervision services to exchange members. Its main functions include providing the venue and facilities for securities trading, formulating operational rules, receiving listing applications and arranging securities listing, organizing and supervising securities trading, supervising members; regulating listed companies, managing and disseminating market information and other functions. The company’s products cover equities, mutual funds and bonds. Shenzhen Stock Exchange was founded on December 1, 1990 and is headquartered in Shenzhen, China.

President
Prior

Shanghai Stock Exchange provides marketplace and facilities for securities trading. Its services include formulating business rules, accepting and arranging listings, organizing and monitoring securities trading, regulating members & listed companies, managing, and disseminating market information. The company was founded on November 26, 1990 and is headquartered in Shangha, China

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Member, Party Committee
Current

Authorized by the State Council, in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, the China Securities Regulatory Commission, a ministry-level unit directly under the State Council, regulates China's securities and futures markets with an aim to ensure their orderly and legitimate operation.The commission consists of 18 departments, a general force of enforcement, 3 centers and a public offering review committee consisting of professionals and experts both inside and outside. It sets up 36 regional bureaus throughout the country in provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the central government, and cities under separate state planning, as well as 2 offices for securities regulation in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

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