Presented by HKUST-NYU Stern Master of Science in Global Finance, CFA Institute & South China Morning Post
China’s financial muscle has an increasing impact on global markets. Fund managers are keen to participate in the mainland’s investor boom.
Recognising this, the latest event in the popular HKUST-NYU Stern Global Finance Seminar Series examined behaviour that now drives individual investment decisions in China.
Keynote speaker Professor Mark S. Seasholes, one of the Academic Directors of HKUST-NYU Stern Master of Science in Global Finance Program (MSGF), an expert in behavioural finance, explored:
the preferences and biases of Chinese investors
the effect of Chinese investors on local stock markets
the opportunities these biases may present
the contrasts between Chinese investor behaviour and that of investors in other parts of the world
Other speakers / panellists included:
Ms Angelina Kwan, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Managing Director, REORIENT Financial Markets Limited
Mr Alan Luk, HKUST MSGF alumus and Head of Private Banking and Trust Services, Hang Seng Bank Ltd
Mr Richard Mak, CFA, Head of Advisory Services, Pictet Wealth Management Asia
Dr Wendy Guo, CFA, Head, Education, Asia Pacific Operations, CFA Institute
Mr Geroge Chen, Editor of Financial Services, South China Morning Post
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