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Xingang Wang

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Xingang Wang
Born1980
China
🏳️ Nationality
🏫 EducationImperial College London, Christ Church, Oxford, Harvard Business School
💼 Occupation

Xingang Wang (born 1980) is a local councillor at Claygate Parish Council and a magistrate in Staines.[1][2]

Wang was previously co-director of Conservative Friends of the Chinese, and the Conservative Party Parliamentary Candidate for Hammersmith in the 2019 United Kingdom general election.[3][4]

Life[edit]

Xingang Wang was born in 1980 in Jixi, China. After graduating with a B.Eng. at Beijing Jiaotong University, he came to England in 2001. He completed a MSc in Transport at Imperial College London, a MSc in Mathematical Finance at Christ Church, Oxford, and a PLD (Program for Leadership Development) at Harvard Business School.[5][6]

Wang is a financial consultant.[7] His IPO working paper was discussed at European Financial Management Association's 2015 Annual Meeting.[8] He was one of the speakers of the Generation Success Power Series and spoke at the Global China Dialogue and Oxford Chinese Innovation Club.[9][10][11]

Wang was the co-Director of Conservative Friends of the Chinese.[12] He was also a school governor and a charity trustee.[13] He was elected in 2015 as a local councillor and took the post of vice-chair of Highways & Transportation Committee, vice-chair of Planning Committee and vice-chair of Parish Council.[14][15][16][17]

Wang was the Conservative Party candidate for the Constituency of Hammersmith in the 2019 United Kingdom general election, where he finished second.[18] He was also the candidate for the Constituency of Manchester Central in the 2015 General Election and 2017 General Election, where he finished second in both elections.[19][20]

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  14. "Election results for Claygate, 7 May 2015". mygov.elmbridge.gov.uk. May 7, 2015.
  15. http://www.claygateparishcouncil.gov.uk/Document/Default.aspx?DocumentUid=AE918F15-6711-4C4B-8077-AE83E43138E8
  16. http://www.claygateparishcouncil.gov.uk/Document/Default.aspx?DocumentUid=3531A700-F9F3-412F-8B0D-0990AB53F0FC
  17. http://www.claygateparishcouncil.gov.uk/Document/Default.aspx?DocumentUid=2DDC8D31-F0ED-4C9B-9E81-0AD824D2BBCB
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