|Guests from CTBC Business School
Prof. Jack Zhang, Dean of Faculty of Business received two guests from CTBC Business School (Taiwan) on 6 November 2019. Prof. Zhang led the guests, Ms. Victoria Cheng, Director of International Accreditation Center, and Dr. Wen-Cheng Hu, Dean of Office of Research & Development, tour around our campus. After the campus tour, the guests and business faculties held a meeting to explore various aspects of academic collaborations.
Located in historical Tainan City, in Taiwan’s south, CTBC were founded in 2000 as Hsing-Kuo University. In 2015, CTBC Financial Holding took over the funding and management of the college.
|Four Students from the Department of Finance Take Up the 2019/20 CFA Institute Research Challenge
A team from the Chu Hai College of Higher Education is now competing in the prestigious CFA Institute Research Challenge Hong Kong Local Final 2019-20, hosted by The Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts.
The team comprises Carmen Lau, Steven Huang, Travis Cai, and Juntian Chen from the Faculty of Business’ Department of Finance. Mr. Edward Chow, Department of Finance, will be the advisor.
The Challenge is an annual initiative designed to promote best practices in equity research among the next generation of analysts. This is a competition between university-sponsored teams that research a designated publicly traded company, prepare a written report on that selected company and then present their findings to a panel of Judges. There are three levels: Local, Regional, and Global. Winners at the Local level advance to compete against Teams within their geographic region at the Regional level. Winning Teams at the Regional level advance to compete at the Global level. There are totally 11 teams in Hong Kong participating this year.
This is our privilege to have Mr. Paul Chan as our mentor. Mr. Chan has over 30 years’ financial analysis experience. During the opening ceremony, Mr. Chan gave our students a very insightful guidance on security research. They are looking forward to exchanging ideas with Mr. Chan the coming months. We are sure that the students will be greatly benefited by this experience.