Morgan Stanley appoints chief economist in China

A former economist and strategist with Bank of America, Qing Wang moves to Morgan Stanley this month to take up the new role.

Morgan Stanley has appointed Qing Wang as an executive director and chief economist for Greater China, in the hope of enhancing its economic research efforts in the country. Wang was most recently head of economics and strategy for Greater China at Bank of America.

Wang will be based in Hong Kong and assume his new position in mid-May. He will report to Stephen Roach, the bankÆs chief economist and Dickson Ho, the bank's head of research in Greater China.


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