Financial Instruments Board
CK Zheng
Global head of Valuations,
Credit Suisse

CK Zheng is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse Group, based in New York. He is the Global Head of Valuation Risk & Control, responsible for setting firm-wide valuation governance frameworks, providing independent price verifications globally for bank’s fair value financial instruments, performing inventory valuation model calibrations, and driving the technology innovations on fair value measurements. Mr. Zheng is a member of bank's Valuation and Risk Management Committee and chairs the bank's Product Valuation Steering Committee, which oversees the model review and pre-trade approval processes. He served as a member on the Managing Director Evaluation Committee.

Mr. Zheng joined Credit Suisse in 2004 and was responsible for creating the Valuation Risk function. Prior to that, Mr. Zheng was an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for establishing and managing the Valuation Risk function. Mr. Zheng worked at Susquehanna Investment Group, Bank of America, and JPMorgan Chase from 1990 to 1998 as a senior interest rate derivative trader and a quantitative modeler.

Mr. Zheng was a board member of the University Settlement Society of New York for many years. He holds a PhD degree in Finance, M.S. in Statistics from the University of Chicago and a B.S. in Math from Zhejiang University in China.