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Global Finance Seminar Series: Is The Capital Market Failing Investors?
26 April 2011

Is The Capital Market Failing Investors?

Date:                           April 26, 2011 (Tuesday)

Time:                          7:00pm - 8:10pm
Venue:                        55/F Two IFC, Central

Language:                 English

Fee:                            Special offer to MSGF Students & Alumni
                                    at HKD 250 (Original price: HKD 1,000)

                                    For non-students, HKD 500

                                    (Original price: HKD 1,000)



The HKUST Business School/NYU Stern School of Business is collaborating with South China Morning Post  and the Treasury Markets Association to organise an upcoming Global Finance Seminar on “The capital market and corporate investment”, examining the forces at work and discussing the trade-offs involved.


Is The Capital Markets Failing Investors?

Seminar Outline:

  • If market-listed firms invest sub-optimally due to separation of ownership and control
  • Why listed firms invest less and are less responsive to change than similar unlisted firms
  • Observable patterns in industries where stock prices are particularly sensitive to current profits

Stay a step ahead of the markets!


Seminar by -

Keynote Speaker -
Alexander Ljungqvist
Ira Rennert Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship at NYU Stern School of Business

Panelist -

Terry Wong
Graduate / Alumni of HKUST-NYU Stern Master of Science in Global Finance Program
General Manager - Portfolio Projects of a leading international energy company



- Please email your name, title and company name to by April 20


- Please send a cheque payable to "HKUST" and send it to the following address by April 20

                         MSGF Program Office
                         Room 6417, 6/F., Lifts 25-26, 
                         HKUST, Clear Water Bay, Kln., HK

For Enquiry

Miss Tracy Chau
Program Assistant

T. 2358 5028