International Advisory Board

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International Advisory Board

In order to broaden its international perspective and accelerate its progress towards becoming a top-tier international bank, the Bank set up its International Advisory Council (“the Council”) in 1999. The Council consists of distinguished members from political, financial and academic spheres around the world. It meets once a year to discuss the current global and domestic economic and financial developments, the Bank's performance and development issues; it advises the Bank's management on its growth strategies.

During 17th International Advisory Meeting on July 13-15, 2016 in Beijing, at which 9 senior advisors from international political, financial and academic backgrounds carried out in-depth discussion on issues of the current economic and financial situation at home and abroad and the role of development finance in facilitating the supply-side structural reform. As agreed by the participating advisors, despite the slow recovery of the world economy, China has maintained an overall stable economic growth with broad prospects for development, and development finance institutions have a large part to play in promoting the supply-side structural reform.