Ma Jun is director of the Center for Finance and Development, Tsinghua National Institute of Financial Research. He is also special adviser to the Governor of the People’s Bank of China, chairman of the Green Finance Committee of the China Society for Finance and Banking, and co-chair of G20 Green Finance Study Group. Before joining Tsinghua University, Dr. Ma served as chief economist at the Research Bureau of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) and as managing director, chief economist for greater China, and head of China and Hong Kong strategy at Deutsche Bank. Additionally, he worked as public policy specialist, economist, and senior economist at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank and as a research fellow at the Development Research Center of China’s State Council. Dr. Ma has published fourteen books and several hundred articles, and his main research areas include macroeconomics, monetary policy, financial market development, and environmental economics. He led China’s green task force, which developed 14 policy recommendations on establishing the green finance system in China, and led the drafting of China’s Green Finance Guidelines, which became the first comprehensive policy framework for green finance in the world. Named the number one Asia economist and the number one China analyst in Institutional Investor’s survey for four years in a row, Dr. Ma also received awards in 2016 and 2017 from First Financial and AsiaMoney for his outstanding contribution to China’s green finance development. He holds a master’s degree in management science from Fudan University and a PhD in economics from Georgetown University.