马蔚华,原招商银行股份有限公司执行董事、行长兼首席执行官,经济学博士,曾兼任香港永隆银行有限公司、招商信诺人寿保险有限公司和招商基金管理有限公司董事长。曾任第十届全国人大代表、第十一届、十二届全国政协委员,现任中国企业家俱乐部理事长、国家科技成果转化引导基金理事长、泰康保险集团股份有限公司监事长、国际公益学院董事会主席、壹基金理事长、中国金融学会常务理事和北京大学、清华大学等多所高校兼职教授等职。曾任中国人民银行海南省分行行长兼国家外汇管理局海南省分局局长。

马蔚华先生同时担任美国哥伦比亚大学中国企业研究中心理事会主席、伦敦金融城顾问委员会委员、纽约市金融服务顾问委员会委员。

在马蔚华担任CEO的14年间,招商银行资产总额、自营存款、自营贷款、营业净收入都增长了超过或接近25倍,年复合增长率25%左右,网点数量和员工数量分别增长了5.8倍和7.5倍;净利润增长了近30倍,年复合增长率超过27%,网均、人均利润分别增长了7.5倍和5.8倍,股东权益增长了近26倍,年复合增长率近26%,而成本收入比则降低了15个百分点;不良率从最高时的20%下降至0.66%,拨备覆盖率从不足50%提高到328%,从一家地方性小银行,发展成为了资本净额超过3000亿元、资产总额突破4万亿元、机构网点超过1000家、员工超过5万人,在上海和香港两地上市的全国第6大、全球第44大商业银行及世界500强公司。

马蔚华曾获国内外权威机构与媒体授予的各项荣誉近百项。曾于2001年获评“CCTV中国经济年度人物”、2005年获评英国《银行家》杂志“银行业希望之星”、2009年获评“CCTV中国十年商业领袖”。被美国《机构投资者》杂志评为“2007年度亚洲最佳CEO”、“2008年度亚洲银行业领袖”、“2009年度亚洲最佳行长”和“2011年度亚洲杰出CEO”。被《亚洲金融》杂志评为“2009年度亚洲最佳CEO”。2012年荣获《哈佛商业评论》“中国上市公司卓越50人”、CCTV“中国海外投资年度人物”,入选《华尔街日报》“中国影响力排行榜”第四位,并获得“安永企业家2012国家大奖”。

 

Dr. Ma Weihua was an Executive Director as well as the President and CEO of China Merchants Bank, concurrently served as the Chairman of the board of directors for Wing Lung Bank Ltd., CIGNA & CMC life Insurance Company Ltd. and China Merchants Fund Management Co. Ltd.. He. holds a Ph.D. in economics. Dr. Ma was a Deputy to the 10th National People’s Congress (NPC), a member of the 11th and the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). He is currently the president of Supervisory Board of Taikang Insurance Group Inc.. In addition, he holds positions in many organizations, including the chairman of the National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization (NFTTC), chairman of the China Entrepreneur Club, chairman of China Global Philanthropy Institute, chairman of the One Foundation, and executive director of the China Society for Finance, and professor in several top Chinese universities including Peking University and Tsinghua University. He also served as People’s Bank of China Hainan Branch President and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange Hainan Branch Secretary.

He is now the Chairman of China Business Initiative of Columbia University, a member of the Advisory Council of City of London, a member of the advisory board of New York Financial Consulting Committee.

During his 14-year term as CMB’s President, Dr. Ma expanded its total assets, deposits, loans and net operating income by around 25 times with a compound annual growth rate(CAGR) of 25%, increased the number of outlets by 5.8 times and raised the number of employees by 7.5 times. Under his leadership, CMB’s owners’ equity increased by nearly 26 times with a CAGR of almost 26%; cost-to-income ratio decreased by 15%; non-performing loan(NPL) ratio went down from 20% to 0.66%; allowance coverage ratio went up from below 50% to 328%. CMB started out as a small regional bank in the southern city of Shenzhen. After 14 years of development during his term, CMB became China’s 6th largest and the world’s 44th largest bank with owners’ equity of over RMB 300 billion, total assets of RMB 4 trillion, over 50,000 employees. With its growing influence, CMB got listed in Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchange and made it to the list of Fortune 500 Companies.

Dr. Ma has received numerous awards and recognitions from established institutions and media both domestically and internationally. He was named “China Economic Person of the Year 2001” by China Central Television (CCTV), one of the “Rising Stars of Banking” by The Banker in 2005, “China Business Leader of the Decade 1999-2009” by CCTV in 2009. He was awarded “Asia’s Best CEO”, “Asia’s Banking Industry Leader”, “Asia’s Best Banking President” and “Asia’s Excellent CEO” by Institutional Investor in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 respectively. In 2012, Dr. Ma was included in the Excellence 50 List of China’s Listed Companies released by Harvard Business Review, awarded “China’s Overseas Investment Annual Figure” by CCTV and ranked at the fourth place in “China Influence List” released by Wall Street Journal. He was also named “Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 China Awards”.