Carl Walter is an independent consultant and banking veteran,providing strategic consulting advice to various countries and financial institutions. He has worked in China's financial sector for over 20 years, actively participating in many of the country's financial reforms. Walter served as JP Morgan’s China Chief Operating Officer as well as CEO of its China banking subsidiary. He helped build one of the most successful and profitable domestic security, risk and currency trading operations for JPMorgan. He was also a member of senior management at China International Capital Corporation, China's first and most successful investment underwritings for major Chinese corporations. Previously, Walter was a visiting scholar and an adjunct professor at the Freeman Spogli Institute of Stanford University in 2012. He was the co-author of "Red Capitalism" and "Privatizing China," both contributing to the government's policy debate. He has also contributed articles to publications including Caijing, the Wall Street Journal and the China Quarterly.
2001 - 2011
1999 - 2001