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Faculty: Jianmin Liu

Jianmin Liu, PhD
Adjunct Professor
San Francisco
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Professor Liu currently is a Senior Vice President at Bank of America, responsible for financial/econometric modeling, data mining in the area of risk management, and financial engineering. Prior to joining BOA, Professor Liu was with Wells Fargo Bank as an AVP in the area of retail risk management and electronic banking group responsible for statistical modeling and statistical database marketing. Professor Liu also served as a consultant for the United Nations, a senior financial engineer at LOR/Geske Bock Associate, Inc., a senior economist at Law & Economics Consulting Group, Inc., and a senior economist at Economic Sciences Corporation. Professor Liu also teaches at UC Berkeley extension.


Professor Liu earned his PhD and MS in Economics with emphasis on commodity futures and applied econometrics from the University of California at Berkeley and BS in Electrical Engineering from China.


PhD, Economics, University of California at Berkeley

MS, Economics, University of California at Berkeley

BS, Electrical Engineering, North China Electric Power University


Member, American Association of Artificial Intelligence


Liu, Jianmin, "What Have We Learned from Our Data? — Models of Customer Response to On-Line Banking Services and Data Mining," On-Line Financial Services, Wells Fargo Bank, San Francisco, 1996.

Liu, Jianmin, "A statistical Model for Managing Credit and Forecasting Payment Behavior of Auto Loan Portfolio," Risk Management Project, Retail Risk Management, Wells Fargo Bank, San Francisco, 1996.

Liu, Jianmin, "Detecting Singularity of a Matrix and Adjustment for Positive Definite Matrix Using Cholesky Decomposition Theorem — Using SAS/IML," presented at The 3rd Annual WUSS Conference, Long Beach, CA, 1995, Proceedings, pp. 224-229.

Liu, Jianmin, and Bill Roberts, "Methodology for Estimating Marginal Transmission and Distribution Cost Using FERC Form One Data," Working Paper, Economic Science Corporation, Berkeley, California, Spring 1994.


Senior Vice President, Bank of America

Vice President/Senior Manager, Wells Fargo Bank