Gao Feng, a master’s degree student, with fund qualifications, a master’s degree in finance from Peking University, and a chartered financial analyst (CFA). Served as a foreign exchange and derivatives trader in the Financial Market Department of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. In 2015, he joined Harvest Fund Management Co., Ltd. as an index researcher of the Index Investment Department, and is currently the fund manager of the Index Investment Department.
Since the beginning of this year, in the newly issued fund products of Harvest Fund, Gao Feng has served as a number of indexes such as Harvest CSI Shanghai, Hong Kong and Shenzhen Internet ETF, Harvest CSI Software Services ETF, Harvest CSI Agricultural ETF, Harvest Hundsun Technology ETF (QDII) The fund manager, including the Harvest Hundsun Technology ETF under its management, has only 37 days from its establishment on May 26 to its official resignation on July 2.
School elites, industry elites, and system elites (CSRC). What a logical path this is, and what a reassuring path. There is no such thing as “experiences in charge of insiders”, there is no such thing as a “three-level cadre” who has nothing to learn but does not understand practical operation, and there is no anxiety about living conditions (probably full of money). Still set aside this discussion about “rice bowls”? Isn’t it good for someone who is knowledgeable, highly intelligent, and has no worries about life to be an industry manager? I saw that some people mentioned the issue of worrying about the transfer of the interests of insiders. The transfer of benefits is related to personal values and system design. If the individual has integrity, the system design is restrained, and the system is well done in anti-corruption, then it is not a big problem. Conversely, if the individual is greedy and the system has loopholes, what if he doesn’t know how to do it at first? Some are able to bite the eggs with seams. In a word: do not dare to rot, cannot rot, do not want to rot. Don’t dare to corrupt, because the system is powerful in anti-corruption; you can’t be corrupt because the design of the system is flawless; you don’t want to be corrupt because the education warnings are in place.