The Symposium on Risk Management and Business Intelligence 2017 gathered nearly 200 students, scholars and industry leaders at HKUST on 11 March 2017. Speakers from banking and investment industry, Insurance industry, NGO, financial technology service provider and healthcare industry shared their views on topics of risk management framework, strategies and case studies, data analysis in internal audit, and big data applications.
T&M-DDP Annual Party 2017 was held on 4 March 2017 to strengthen the bonding between each cohort and faculty and build up a strong network among the program.
39 Risk Management & Business Intelligence (RMBI) Program students attended the Bloomberg training workshops to acquire skills in using The Bloomberg Terminal which is a popular financial tool to provide real-time financial information.
The annual Long Service Award Presentation Ceremony was held on 2 March 2017 to express appreciation and recognition to long-serving faculty and staff members who have dedicated their hard work to contribute to the University for 20 years. This year, HKUST presented awards to 66 colleagues.
T&M-DDP invited Mr. Raymond NGAI, Head of IT Infrastructure and Operation Services, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, to share his IT professional work in The Hong Kong Jockey Club, a 130 year old organization, and insights as an angel investor at the Executive Forum on 24 February 2017 with over 100 students.
21 students of the MSc Program in Environmental Science, Policy and Management and BSc Program in Environmental Management and Technology, led by Prof. Arthur Lau and Dr. N. T. LAU of the Division of Environment, visited Beijing from 8 to 13 January 2017 to get first-hand experience and understand the approaches that various public and private sectors are adapting to handle the environmental problems in Beijing.