彭文生博士，2020 年 6 月加入中金公司，任首席经济学家、研究部负责人、中金研究院执行院长。此前，彭博士曾任光大集团研究院副院长、光大证券首席经济学家、中信证券全球首席经济学家兼研究部负责人。彭博士于 2010-2014 年曾任中金公司首席经济学家，之前担任巴克莱资本首席中国经济学家，香港金融管理局经济研究处和中国内地事务处主管，国际货币基金组织（IMF）经济学家。曾参加习近平总书记、李克强总理主持的经济形势专家座谈会。现兼任香港外汇基金咨询委员会辖下货币发行委员会委员，中国金融四十人论坛成 员，首席经济学家论坛副理事长，清华大学五道口金融学院研究生导师，清华大学经管学院特聘实践教授，南开大学兼职教授，复旦大学泛海国际金融学院特聘实践教授。
彭博士获英国伯明翰大学经济学博士和硕士学位，南开大学经济学学士学位，曾就读于中国人民银行研究生部。 彭博士在宏观经济和金融研究领域拥有丰富经验，在国际学术期刊发表多篇论文，出版多部中英文著作。2013 年出版《渐行渐远的红利——寻找中国新平衡》，并于 2015 年获第一届“孙冶方金融创新奖·著作奖”，2017 年 6 月出版著作《渐行渐近的金融周期》，并于 2018 年获第六届金融图书“金羊奖”。
Dr. Peng Wensheng is the Chief Economist and Head of Research at the China International Capital CorporationLimited (CICC)，and also the Executive Dean of the CICC Global Institute. He was the Chief Economist and Head of Research at Everbright Securities from October 2016-May 2020, Global Chief Economist and Head of Research at CITIC Securities from 2015-2016, and Chief Economist for the CICC from 2010-2014. From 2008 to 2010, he was Head of China Research at Barclays Capital. Prior to that, he worked at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority for ten years, serving as Head of Economic Research Division and Head of Mainland China Affairs Division at different points of time. From 1993 to 1998, he worked as an Economist for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Peng received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Nankai University in 1986, and continued to study at the postgraduate school of the People’s Bank of China. He received Master’s degree in Banking and Finance, and PhD in Economics from University of Birmingham in England in 1988 and 1993, respectively. Dr. Peng is an adjunct professor at Nankai University, a founding member of China Financial Forum, and a member of CF40. He currently serves as a member of the Currency Board Sub-committee of the HongKong Exchange Fund Advisory Committee.
Dr. Peng has published numerous papers in international academic journals. His book “Seek new economic balance in China” (in Chinese) was awarded the Sun Yefang financial innovation book prize in 2015, and his book “The Ascending Financial Cycles” (in Chinese) was awarded CF40 annual book prize in 2018. Dr. Peng co-authored “Business Cycles: Theory and Evidence” (published by Wiley-Blackwell in 1993) and co-edited “Currency Internationalization: Global Experience and Implications for the Renminbi” (published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2009).■