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Symposium Risk Management and Business Intelligence 2019: FinTech

Date & Time:
23 March 2019, Saturday 14:00 - 18:00
Venue :
Citigroup Lecture Theatre
Speaker :
Mr. Nelson CHOWChief Fintech Officer, Fintech Facilitation Office, Hong Kong Monetary AuthorityDr. Qun LIUChief Scientist of Speech and Language Computing, Huawei Noah’s Ark LabDr. Albert LAMChief Scientist and Acting Chief Technology Officer, Fano LabsMr. Jason TUCo-Founder and CEO, MioTechMr. Jacob WAIChief Risk Officer and Chief Data Officer, MoneySQMs. Kelly ZOUTerritory Manager of China VRC, WorldQuant
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rmbi@ust.hk  / 3469 2399

In echoing the vision and mission of the pioneered RMBI program, the upcoming symposium will continue to serve as an excellent platform for the academics and industrial experts to gather and exchange their views about the development of Risk Management (RM) and Business Intelligence (BI); as well as to offer young adults a unique opportunity to gain invaluable first-hand learning experience in RM and BI.

With this year’s theme as FinTech, the scope for RMBI Symposium 2019 includes:
- FinTech Innovation: Strategies & Execution
- FinTech Outlook: Opportunities & Challenges
- The essence of building sound risk management systems and business intelligence 
applications in companies
- The future development of the RM and BI industries

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Global Citizenship Program 2019 (GCP 2019)

Date & Time:
27 June 2019, Thursday - 19 July 2019, Friday
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GCP 2019 will be held from 27 June to 19 July 2019 (both dates inclusive). The 3-week program combines study tours in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Taipei with lectures given by experts from academia and the industry.  During the program students will explore the different cities’ sustainability challenges including climate change and how mitigation and adaptation measures can contribute to sustainable urban development. Students will travel to different cities and be immersed in local environment and culture. All participants will enroll a 4-credit ENVR 3000-level course with letter grades.

Undergraduate students from all disciplines with keen interests in issues intersecting Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Urbanization are invited to join.

Applications are being accepted until 10 March 2019 (Sunday).

Please visit http://gcp.ust.hk for more information.