This expert is an associate professor of finance at a prominent Hong Kong university, where his work focuses on bank risk management and financial markets. He obtained his postgraduate degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Essex and University of Cambridge, and completed executive training at both UC Berkeley and MIT. He created the first Basel-standard internal ratings-based (IRB) system in Hong Kong. Shortly after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, he re-engineered wealth management due diligence models for some banks. These models are currently implemented by more than 25 regional and global financial institutions. He has served as a founding member of Global Association of Risk Professionalsâ€™ FRM Committee, an examiner of professional examinations of both HKSI and HKIB, a member of the Advisory Board of China Bond Rating in Beijing, a non-executive director of Bank of Communications Trustee, the founder of CT Risk Solutions, and a member of Future Task Force for Insurance Industry of the HKSAR Government.
Location: Hong Kong BS, University of the State of New York - Regents College MA, Social Science Data Analytics, University of Essex PGDip, Economics, University of Essex MPhil, Finance, University of Cambridge PhD, Finance, Chinese University of Hong Kong Published: 40+ peer-reviewed journal articles, 20 books and book chapters Current, Associate Professor of Finance, a prominent Hong Kong university Current, Director, Financial Computing Laboratory, a prominent Hong Kong university