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Vice President, Treasury and Syndications

Jingdong Hua, a Chinese national, is IFC's Vice President, Treasury and Syndications. He provides leadership to Treasury, Syndicated Loans and Management.

Mr. Hua came to IFC with extensive international experience and expertise across several multilateral development institutions. He was the Deputy Treasurer at the Asian Development Bank in Manila, Philippines from December 2008 until he joined IFC in May 2011. He previously headed ADB’s treasury risk management, financial policy and asset liability management, and funding divisions.

At ADB, Mr. Hua advised senior management and the Board on important financial issues, oversaw the introduction of the bank's new asset liability management policy and practices, led the expansion of its capital market operations, and contributed to the development and integration of Asian currency bond markets.

Before joining ADB in 2003, Mr. Hua worked for six years in the Treasury Division of the United Nations Development Program in New York, where he was in charge of UNDP's $2.5 billion fixed income portfolio and its foreign exchange operations. Prior to UNDP, Mr. Hua was with the African Development Bank (AfDB) in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire from 1994 to 1997. At AfDB, he worked in treasury operations, investment analytics, and fixed income portfolio management in the Investment Division of the Treasury Department. He also helped to set up AfDB's independent risk management function.

Mr. Hua started his career in 1983 in chemical engineering and project management with China National Chemical Construction Corporation. He worked on a number of industrialization projects in China's chemical industry, including one of the first ADB-financed projects in China.

Mr. Hua holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Qingdao University of Science and Technology, an MBA Finance from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Columbia University.

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