Andrew Collier is a senior fellow at the Mansfield Foundation.
Mr. Collier – a longtime scholar and writer on Chinese issues – is currently Managing Director at Orient Capital Research. Prior to founding Orient Capital Mr. Collier was President of the Bank of China International USA, the U.S. investment banking arm of the Bank of China.
Mr. Collier’s research and writing focuses on China’s economy including shadow banking. He also writes on the intersection between local government, the Beijing policy apparatus, and business. His recent work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, the South China Morning Post and other outlets.
Mr. Collier began his career in journalism and was economics correspondent for the South China Morning Post based in Beijing 2003-2005. Mr. Collier received his BA from Oberlin College and his MA from Yale University. He studied Chinese at Peking University. Mr. Collier is based in Hong Kong and travels widely in China.