About the Author
Mr. Donny Lai is proficient in information systems development, IT project management, and applied finance. He has worked in the IT industry for over 20 years and received his Master Degree of Applied Finance from the University of Western Sydney, Australia. With his profound experience in e-commerce and e-finance, he is teaching in the department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong and has taught programming, data analysis, and spreading modeling since 2005. His current research interests include advanced web technologies, mobile computing, and financial computing.
Dr. Michael Wong advised more than 20 banks on market risk management, credit risk management, Basel II credit ratings systems and due diligence for wealth management services. He served as a founding member of FRM Committee of Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) in 1998-2002 and trained more than 6,000 chief risk officers, senior risk managers and bank regulators in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and Macau. He founded CTRISKS (www.ctrisks.com), an Asia-based credit rating agency and risk consulting firm. Dr. Wong has published more than 50 journal articles and book chapters, and authored four professional books. He is listed in Risk Who's Who, and awarded both Teaching Excellence Award and Best Doctoral Dissertation Award.
Stephen Ng is an executive director of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, who is responsible for coordinating market risk management initiatives in the Asia Pacific region. Previously, he was a quantitative investment manager at ING Investment Management where he developed investment strategies and conducted quantitative research in FX, rates and credit. In addition, he worked at Diversified Credit Investments, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley in the past. He earned his MS in Mathematical Finance from University of Southern California and his BA in Economics from University of California, Berkeley. He is also a CFA charterholder and a Certified Financial Risk Manager.