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Hsueh-Pu Lu

Hsueh-Pu Lu was a Chinese banker. He also participated in all important financial transactions of the Peking Government at the beginning of 20th century.

Background

  • He was born in Tunghsiang, Chekiang, China in 1879.

  • Education

    • Hsueh-Pu Lu was a Metropolitan Graduate with degree of Chu-jen in 1901.

    Career

    • Mr. Lu was a chief of the foreign affairs section in the office of the Viceroy of Liang Kiang, junior secretary of the Ministry of Finance in 1912 and director of the loans department of the same Ministry in 1913-1919 and as such, participated in all important financial transactions of the Peking Government during this period

      He was also acting vice-Minister of Finance in 1919, vice-Minister of Finance in 1921-1922 and elected vice-President of the Bank of Communications in 1925. Moreover, he took positions of managing Director of the Chekiang Industrial Bank since 1930 and Director of the Central Mint in 1933-1935,Supervisor of the China Merchants Steam Navigation Co., since 1933.
    Hsueh-Pu Lu
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    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1912
      junior secretary, the Ministry of Finance
      China
    • 1913 - 1919
      director of the loans department, the Ministry of Finance
      China
    • 1921 - 1922
      vice-Minister of Finance, Ministry of Finance
      China
    • 1925
      vice-President, the Bank of Communications
      China
    • 1930
      Managing Director, the Chekiang Industrial Bank
      Zhejiang, China
    • 1933 - 1935
      Director, Central Mint
      China
    • 1933
      Supervisor, the China Merchants Steam Navigation Co.
      China

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