A few days ago, the Fujian Provincial Government issued a number of cadres appointment and dismissal notices. Among them, Xue Hefeng no longer servesIndustrial BankIn the position of deputy governor, he was appointed as the director of the Fujian Provincial Local Financial Supervision Administration and concurrently the director of the Fujian Provincial Financial Office; he was appointed Wen Zhengbin as the deputy director of the Fujian Provincial Local Financial Supervision Administration (a trial period of one year).
Prior to this, the Fujian Provincial Party Committee Organization Department issued a pre-appointment announcement in late September, Xue Hefeng was promoted to the main hall level, proposed to be the provincial government directly under the agency. At the end of October, XingyebankAccording to the announcement, due to the transfer of work, the director and deputy governor Xue Hefeng submitted his written resignation and resigned all his duties in the bank. The bank also expressed his gratitude for the contribution made to the management and business development of the whole bank during his tenure.
According to the annual report of Industrial Bank, Xue Hefeng, 49, is a cadre who grew up in the industry. He not only has the grassroots work experience of the sales department, office and branch president, but also gradually promoted to the branch deputy president of the branch in Beijing, and then transferred to the Industrial Bank. President of Shenzhen Branch, and served as Vice President of the Head Office at the end of 2012. Before resigning, he was mainly responsible for corporate financial lines.
The main responsibility of the Fujian Provincial Local Financial Supervision Administration is to implement the state's policies and laws and regulations on local financial supervision; to undertake financial coordination services, local financial supervision, financial risk prevention and disposal in Fujian, and to undertake the daily work of the Provincial Financial Stability Development Committee. Wait.
(Article source: Securities Times)