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In early February this year, the stock market turmoil has sparked concerns that the relatively good economic times in the past couple of years, at least in the developed countries, could be ending.
Analysts suggest that “it is too early yet to understand what has just taken place or predict what comes next. It is widely agreed that a “correction” has taken place in the US stock market. But whether this is just a blip, or will progress to a crash, remains to be seen.”
In this seminar, we will review what happened during the financial crisis around 2008. We will then discuss current stock market fluctuations, examining the fundamental fallout and performance trend in the near future against the backdrop of the mid-term election. We will also briefly discuss the implications of global investment strategies.
|08:30 am||Registration and Refreshments|
|09:00 am||Welcome Remarks, Introduction|
|09:05 am||Presentation by Victor Wei Huang|
|10:00 am||Panel Discussion:
|10:30 am||Event ends|
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Victor Wei Huang, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Chair and Professor of Finance
2001 – PhD, Finance, Georgia Institute of Technology
1997 – MA, Economics, Georgia State University
1994 – Master in Development Management, Asian Institute of Management
1987 – BA, Economics, Nanjing University
Wei Huang, Tao Zhu “Foreign Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets: Evidence of a Split-Share Structure Reform in China.” Journal of Corporate Finance, forthcoming.
Wei Huang, Qianqiu Liu, S. Ghon Rhee, Feng Wu “Extreme Downside Risk and Expected Stock Returns” Journal of Banking and Finance, 2012, 36 (5), 1492–1502.
Warren Bailey, Wei Huang, Zhishu Yang “Bank Loans with Chinese Characteristics: Inside Debt, Firm Quality, and Market Response” Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2011, 46 (6), 1795 – 1830. (This paper was invited by Harvard Law School to its online Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation).
- 2010 – John and Sue Dean Professorship, Shidler College of Business
- 2007 – Faculty Fellow, Shidler College of Business
- 2006 – Dennis Ching Excellence in Teaching Award, Shidler College of Business
- 2006, 2009 – Faculty Research Award, Shidler College of Business
- 2003 – BSI Gamma Foundation Research Award
Bill Stoops, Dragon Capital, CIO
Bill graduated from Brown University in 1978 with a degree in History. In 1980, he moved to Hong Kong to work as a journalist and political risk consultant, then joined Schroder Securities in 1983 as an analyst on conglomerates.
In 1985, Bill joined Citicorp in Seoul, where he opened and ran Korea’s first foreign brokerage rep office. He was recruited by Baring Securities in 1989 in London, to run its North Asian equity sales team, and then he was asked to go to New York in 1993 to establish a “New Emerging Markets” desk, which covered the stocks exchanges that that were opening up throughout developing countries. During 1998-2003, Bill worked for Deutsche Bank and later HSBC, specializing in “Emerging Europe”.
In 2006, Bill joined Dragon Capital with responsibility for research and public markets. He was appointed CIO in 2009.