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Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon

Dr. Ch’ng Huck Khoon, pursued his PhD studies in Finance at the Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM); He also holds a MBA (Finance) from the University of Stirling (UK), he is an Associate Member for Centre for Business and Management (CBM) University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR).

Dr. Ch'ng is the Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of Audit Committee of CNI Holdings Berhad and YGL Convergence Berhad and AT Systematization Berhad. All of which are listed on Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.

He is columnist in CARI (www.cari.com.my) internet on stock market matters, apart from being interviewed on financial related topics by local media. He is a HRDF Certified Trainer and Academic Council and Examination Board for SDH Institute (Singapore). Dr. Ch’ng is the author for “How to Select a Winning Stock?”

Dr. Ch’ng was an Assistant Professor at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) and Wawasan Open University (WOU). He lectured on Financial Management, Financial Strategy, Money and Banking, Financial Planning and Corporate Strategy related modules. He was also a Capital Markets Services Representative License holder for 15 years with A. A. Anthony Securities Sdn Bhd. One of his research papers entitled ‘How Many Securities Make A Diversified Portfolio: KLSE Stocks?’, was selected as the winner of the Security Commission Capital Market Award 2000. His main research interests are in investment and behavioral finance and his research papers have not only been published in Malaysian journals but also those in India and Australia.

Mr. Phua Lee Kerk

Mr. Phua Lee Kerk, CFA, is currently the Chief Strategist of Phillip Capital. He has wide and varied experience in the financial advisory and portfolio management fields, having worked in Japan, Malaysia and Singapore for more than 23 years with companies like Smith Barney (now Salomon Smith Barney), Barings Securities (now ING Baring), Vickers Ballas, Jupiter Research, APS Asset Management and Pheim Unit Trusts Berhad.

He has presented various papers on investment (equity, bond, derivatives, risk management, financial planning and others), corporate finance and M&A both locally and overseas in conferences and seminars organized by World Bank, UNESCO, UNIDO, Securities Commission, Bursa Malaysia, Bank Negara, MII, FPAM and others.

He serves as a Director of the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies and ASJA International, Governor of ASCOJA, President of Japan Graduates’ Association in Malaysia, committee member of the Economic Research Board of The Federation of Chinese Associations Malaysia (FeCAM) and Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce. He is also the working member of Malaysia Plan of Actions. He is also co-writer of the book “A Practical Approach To Mergers And Acquisitions In Financial Services Industry”.

Prof. Dr. Choong Chee Keong

Prof. Dr. Choong Chee Keong is the Acting Vice President (Student Development and Alumni relations), Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia. He is currently holding the Tan Sri Dato' Sri Dr Teh Hong Piow Chair in Banking and Finance (Professorial Chair) at the Faculty of Business and Finance. He obtained his Bachelor of Economics (Hons) and Master of Economics from the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia (AACSB accredited university), in 2000 and 2002, respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Economics (Financial Economics) from the Faculty of Economics and Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2007.

Since joining UTAR on 13 January 2003, he is actively involved in research, covering the areas of private capital flows (foreign direct investment, aids, remittances), financial system (financial and banking institutions and development), and economic integration (ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)). He has more than 160 papers accepted/ published in national and international journals (including those ranked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) and SCOPUS), book chapters, conference and seminar proceedings. Notably, his works have been published in highly ranked journals such as The Singapore Economic Review, Energy Policy, Japan and the World Economy, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Empirical Economics, and Renewable Energy, just to name a few. Some of these works have benefited from funding and grants awarded by various ministries, public and private HEPs, including the Ministry of Education Malaysia, and Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Malaysia. Since 2003, he has won a number of grants totally approximately half a million Ringgit Malaysia and they are; seven from Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, one from E-ScienceFund from MOSTI, ten from the UTAR Research Fund, and four from collaborative grants with public and private HEPs.

With his research performance, he was cited as one of the Top 10 Most Productive Malaysian Based Authors in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for the period of 2001-2010, published by the Malaysian Citation Centre, Ministry of Higher Education in 2012. A significant number of his articles have been recognized as the Most Cited Article and/or Most Downloaded Papers in the well-known international journals. As of April 2016, the h-index and g-index of his research citations are 15 and 26, respectively with an average of 32.22 cites per year (based on the Harzing’s Publish or Perish Citation Analysis).

Several developments exhibit the increasing national and international recognition of, and interest in his work. These include the appointment of visiting professor; adjunct course coordinator; external assessor; keynote speaker and guest speaker at public lectures; invited speaker/ lead discussant / session chair at national and international conferences/ seminars, and member of journal editorial board and review teams of key refereed journals. He was invited as a keynote speaker / guest speaker at a few public lectures / conferences / forums such as World University President Forum 2015 (Japan), Symposium on China-ASEAN Financial Cooperation 2015 (China), Asian Management Conclave Board Directors Forum 2016 (Singapore), and a series of talks on ASEAN Economic Community and Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (at Deutsche Bank (M) Berhad and YTL Corporation Berhad), just to name a few.

He has acquired a great deal of academic management experience based on the varied roles he played within the Faculty and University. These roles include Faculty Research Coordinator, Chairperson of Faculty R&D and Postgraduate Committee (FRDPC), Founding Chairperson of Centre for Economic Studies, Head of Programme (Postgraduate Degree Programmes), Deputy Dean (R&D and Postgraduate Programmes), Senate Representative (Application and Promotion Committee, Honorary Doctorates and Awards Committee, Judging Committee for UTAR Research Centre for Excellence Award, and UTAR Teaching Excellence Award), Conference Chairperson, and Dean of Faculty of Business and Finance, just to name a few.

He has also served in external validation and senior appointment panels and managed cross-national collaborative networks; namely, Committee member in Private Higher Education Cluster, Majlis Professor Negara (National Professors’ Council) in the Ministry of Education (Malaysia), Visiting Professor in the Centre for International Programmes, Aichi Gakuin University (Japan), and Scientific Committee Member for the Second International Conference on Accounting and Finance 2015 (Sri Lanka), External Assessor / Examiner (Australia, India and Malaysia).

During the past 13 years at UTAR, he has been engaging in teaching and managing a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate classes. The subjects that he has taught included Economics, Finance, Quantitative Techniques, Econometrics, Research Methods, and Business Research Methodology (master and doctoral levels). His teaching has been underpinned by a strong commitment to avail students of the benefits of his research works and to share appropriate emphasis on the subjects’ relevance to practice. He has received favourable feedback and evaluation scores on his teaching by students. The students’ feedbacks obtained have been very positive with an average score points of approximately 4.0 on a 5-point scale (with 5-point as the full point).

He has successfully supervised one PhD student, one master student (by research) and 25 groups of undergraduate students. Currently, he is supervising 14 PhD students (as main supervisor for seven PhD students and co-supervisor for seven PhD students) and one Master of Philosophy student (as main supervisor). Besides, he was appointed as external / internal examiner (viva) for seven PhD students, six Master of Science students and two Bachelor Honours students. These are students from universities such as USM, UUM, UPM, MMU, Asia e-University, Monash University Sunway Campus, UNIMAS, UMS and Bharathiar University (India).

During his appointment as a Faculty Dean (Oct 2011 – June 2016), he has actively inspired a research-based work culture among the faculty members. There has been a significant increase in the scholarly productivity within the Faculty. Together with a pool of dedicated staff, he has motivated the Faculty to increase their participation in various conferences and workshops. More importantly, he has successfully imbued a research culture in the Faculty by organising an international conference annually since 2013. His ability to excite faculty interest and abilities has significantly increased the Faculty’s proficiency in teaching and research. He has many ideas on research and higher education, and a vision of how to build a better academic institution and community. For instance, he has designed a few undergraduate and postgraduate (MBA, Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy) programmes in the areas of financial economics, banking and finance, finance and Corporate Management, which are aimed to produce a quality workforce for the need of the academic profession, community and country.

His biography is included in the 2009 and 2011 Premier Edition of Who's Who in the World, which profiles the most accomplished persons in 215 countries. Moreover, some of his articles are available at IDEAS (Internet Documents in Economics Access Service, http://ideas.repec.org/) and have attracted a couple of interested readers. As of April 2016, he ranked top 11% (out of 238 registered economists) and 14% (out of 4662 registered economists) in Malaysia and Asia, respectively. His article published in Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies has been cited as one of the Top Requested Papers in the years 2010, 2011 and 2012 and recognized as the Most Cited Article since 2012 while another paper published in Japan and the World Economy has been cited as one of the Most Downloaded Papers and recognized as the Most Cited Article since 2010 and 2012, respectively.

With all his contributions to the University, society and nation, he was proud to be appointed as the Professorial Chair for the Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr Teh Hong Piow Chair in Banking and Finance in UTAR sponsored by Public Bank Berhad. He has been the Chair since 1 September 2012.

Going forward, his research will continue to focus and emphasize on efforts at influencing policy and managerial thinking in ways that favour and stimulate greater participation in national building and development. It will also incorporate a commitment to greater team building and inter-institutional collaborations (local and oversea universities and industries) with the prime aim of getting more societal impact and outcome-based projects. As an academic who is self-driven, resourceful and passionate about education and innovation, he is primarily responsible for the creation of knowledge via academic or applied research, and the dissemination of knowledge through the development, presentation and administration of courses to inspire, engage and nurture the next generation of like-minded graduates and faculty members.

Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai

Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai licensed Capital Market Service Representative, holds a Master in Information Technology in Business from Lincoln University, United Kingdom. Prior to that, he obtained his Bachelor of Commerce (double major in Accounting and Marketing) from Deakin University, Australia. He is currently a Fund Manager in VCB Capital.

Starting his career at PwC, he pursued the path of a Derivative analyst over the course of 10 years since graduation. Alex has extensive experience in Equity and Derivative investment, audit, corporate finance and Private Equity Funding.

Over the course of his career, Alex has developed his own proprietary software in automated industrial analysis of Derivative and Equity markets, Derivatives hedging and investment by utilizing his IT skills combined with his knowledge in Derivatives markets. His technical analysis skills are recognized by world class Technical Analysis association MTA (Market Technician Association) of United States. He has previously served as the first Chairman for MTA Malaysian Chapter.

Alex has also consulted various overseas hedge fund companies during his career as fund manager. He has been stationed in Singapore for 5 years, and subsequently stationed in China for more than 1 year to provide his consultation services. His exposure in overseas markets including Singapore and China enables him to see the investment industry from an integrated perspective.

Alex has held part time lecturing position in various colleges for more than 10 years. He has lectured in the field of applied computerized statistics, deploying Quantitative Models generated from statistical software like Matlab, Eviews, Revolution R Analytics and IBM SPSS software packages. He is well versed with different approaches towards investment and risk management including Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis, Sentimental Analysis and Quantitative Analysis methodologies.

He has also authored several books in Capital Market trading and investment and is still continuing his passion in conducting research and development in the related capital market area in collaboration with academicians from various local and international universities.

Combining his knowledge of fundamental market analysis, quantitative research methodologies, finance, equity markets, derivative markets and programming skills, he plays a key role in VCB Capital in the areas of investment research, strategies formulation, development of investment framework, identification of new potential markets for investment, as well as Capital Risk Monitoring using cutting edge technological tools.

Dr. Tee Chwee Ming

Dr. Tee Chwee Ming holds a PhD from Monash University (Accounting & Finance) is currently a lecturer with the School of Business (Accounting & Finance Department) under Monash University. He has ten years of academic teaching experience in the discipline of finance and investment, and held several senior positions in various universities in Malaysia since 2006.

Prior to this, he has ten years of corporate experience in the global stock, currency, derivatives and structured product markets since 1996. He has served in various corporate positions and held senior positions with Maybank in Kuala Lumpur, Barclays Capital in London, Citigroup in Sydney and JP Morgan Chase in Sydney.

Since 2006, he has provided finance and investment professional training services to Permodalan Nasional Berhad Investment Institute. He has published several articles in international peer-reviewed academic and professional journals in the area of accounting, corporate governance and finance.

Mr. Tee Chee Wee

Mr. Tee Chee Wee obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Human Resource Management from Universiti Utara Malaysia. He is currently studying PhD in Human Resource Management at Universiti Utara Malaysia.

Mr. Tee has worked as a lecturer in Faculty of Business and Finance at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman since 2010. He has been leading and teaching Sun Zi’s Art of War & Business Strategies this subject for more than 6 years. He had been lectured more than 20,000 students. Other than that, he was also lecturing other subjects like human resource management, management principles, leadership and team building, strategic management and etc. Talent Management was his main research interests. He had published a few journals not only in Malaysia but was internationally.

In 2015, he has collaborated with Dongseo University, Korea under Global Access Asia (GAA) project, to create an elective subject. It was an online learning course named Sun Zi’s Art of War in Business Strategies. In 2016, Mr. Tee was invited by the MOCC team to create a full course of Sun Zi’s Art of War in Business Strategies in an open learning platform. He is also a member of Malaysia Institute Human Resource Management (MIHRM) and closely collaborates with them to provide training and talk in any topic which relevant to Sun Zi’s Art of War.

Prior to this current appointment, Mr. Tee was attached to Nelson Café Northern Area as Operation Manager. He was responsible for the overall business functions to keep a restaurant running. These tasks were including ordering, purchasing material, financial planning, supervising employees, events planning and preparation and maintaining sanitation standards in public area and kitchen or beverage preparation areas.

Mr. Kang Joo Kwang

Mr. Kang Joo Kwang earns a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering and minor in Computer Science from Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma, United State of America in 1993.

Since 1998, through many years of hard work and hands on trading experience in local market, he became a strong believer in technical analysis. With his vast trading experiences, plus technical analysis knowledge, he has developed many technical trading techniques for short to middle term trading cycles.

Since 2006 until now, he has evolved as a trainer in preparing and conducting many technical analysis courses and technical counter analysis to industry professionals, public investors, professional traders, and trainers.

Since 2009, he has been conducting technical analysis courses publicly and developing trading system with smart trading plan that incorporated with very strong search engine and powerful analysis tools for traders.

With more than 20 years of technical analysis and professional training experiences, currently he assumes an important role in one of the Malaysia’s popular securities organization as Market Strategist in developing strategies and screeners for electronic online trading portal. He is also co-hosting technical analysis live chat room for customers, remisiers, and dealer’s representatives. He used to conduct stock market outlook forums and live trade analysis sessions to support traders every week and every month. Besides, he also has been participating in Bursa Malaysia Stock Exchange’s roadshows every year, presenting technical chart analysis knowledge, sharing market sentiment, and trading methodologies for traders, throughout Malaysia.

In short, he is a technical chart believer with vast practical experience.

Mr. Pankajkumar Bipinchandra

Mr. Pankajkumar Bipinchandra graduated with Bachelor of Accounting with an Honors degree from University of Malaya and in 2014 also obtained an MBA in Finance from the same University.

He is currently the Director, Head of Corporate Strategy & Investments at a large conglomerate, a position he has held for the since Oct 2012.

Prior to this, he was the Chief Investment Officer at Kurnia Insurans Malaysia Berhad between 2005 and 2012. In his previous position, he had joined OSK Research in 1996 and was promoted numerous times before assuming the position as Head of Research in 2005 and up to 2008.

Pankaj is widely recognized in the industry as the thoughts behind the inaugural “Top Malaysian Small Cap Companies: 100 Hidden Jewels” in 2005. He is also well recognize in the market for his many contribution both in commentary as well as columns in The Star, Sin Chew Jit Poh as well as other broadcast media such as Bloomberg and CNBC.

Mr. Kelvin Yap Giin Pin

Mr. Kelvin Yap Giin Pin graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, major in Economics & Finance. He has always been passionate about trading in stock market and has gained 10 years of trading experience. However, he was not born with the special gift to be in this industry. In the beginning 5 years of his trading journey, he has tried using both fundamental analysis and technical analysis like most of the retail investors and traders. Studying heavily on the chart patterns and companies, did not make him a successful trader back then. In fact, he has been through many failures and also losing big money. Even though he thought of giving up multiple times, he never ceased to stop finding answer to his question: the key to consistency.

After another 2 years of findings and also failures, he has found his answer and developed his own approach to trade in the stock market: Operator Analysis. Therefore, he is also the mastermind behind Round & Surge. Long before Round & Surge was established, Kelvin has been giving training to the public for 4 years because he has always been very eager to share what he knows and learn together with like-minded people. Apart from that, as what he has experienced, he can always relate to the common difficulties that the retailers are facing. Hence, as much as he wants to be successful in the stock market, he is determined to share his knowledge with traders and investors out there so that they can learn from his failures because he understand how hard it can be when you are not equipped with the right tools. Like what he always said, “A trader’s journey is not easy, it will be much more difficult if you are hitting around like me. If I had a good mentor 10 years ago, I would have saved a lot of time and money wasted in the stock market.”

Miss Melissa Yoon Pei Lin

Miss Melissa Yoon Pei Lin is a partner at Q82 Capital. Q82 Capital manages a cryptocurrency hedge fund that use quantum computing and reinforcement learning techniques. She is also a community director for the Crypto Club at the Asian Wealth Community.

She started her finance career at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and went on a boutique hedge fund firm that trades commodity and index futures. After several years in public and private sector, her last stint in the corporate world was with a family office in Aug 17 before discovering the dynamics and thus, the potential of cryptocurrency and Blockchain applications. She has since deep dived into the field and connected with the movers and shakers of the industry to propel and facilitate greater growth in this booming market.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Sun Tzu’s Art of War for Traders and Investors Series: Effective Corporate Strategy in Current Environment
Date :27th August, 2018 (Monday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :-
Speaker :Mr. Tee Chee Wee
Fees :
  • RM 375.47 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 27 July, 2018]
  • RM 422.64 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 488.68 for Public [early bird by 27 July, 2018]
  • RM 554.72 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Develop strategically thinking about a corporate as a whole – its business position, its long-term direction, its resources and competitive capabilities, the nature of its strategy and its opportunities for gaining sustainable competitive advantage.
2.Describe the strategic analysis in a variety of industries and competitive situations and especially to provide a strong understanding of the competitive challenges and sustainability of a global market.
3.Relate ethical principles, core values and management practices matter greatly in the conduct of business operation with Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s Concepts.
4.Relate the corporate strategy ideas and management practices with Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s intelligence especially into corporate strategic planning, managing and controlling.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Algorithmic Trading : Global Market, Local Perspective
Date : 28th August, 2018 (Tuesday)
Venue : Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur
CPE :10 Points
CPD : -
Speaker :Mr Alex Siew Wee Chai, Melissa Yoon / Kelvin Yap Giin Pin
Fees :
  • RM 1388 [early bird by 28 July, 2018]
  • RM 1688

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.To outline the fundamental factors to design a good algorithmic system.
2.To develop skills of using current technology for building investment process system.
3.To construct own trading strategies and style.
4.To develop and apply Blockchain technology in trading crypto currencies.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Impact on Malaysian Capital Market
Date : 29th August, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : 8 Points
Speaker :Prof. Dr. Choong Chee Keong
Fees :
  • RM 375.47 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 29 July, 2018]
  • RM 422.64 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 488.68 for Public [early bird by 29 July, 2018]
  • RM 554.72 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the objectives and framework of Belt and Road.
2.Describe the impact of Belt and Road on Europe, Asia, Africa and Russia’s economy.
3.Discuss on the impact of Belt and Road on the Malaysian Capital Market.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: Financial Technology (Fintech), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and Internet of Things (IOTs)
Date : 05th September, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 05 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 05 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain what is Digital Economy.
2.Define what is Financial Technology (Fintech), Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.
3.Discuss the application of Fintech, Big Data, AI and IoTs on various industries.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Sun Tzu’s Art of War for Traders and Investors Series: Inspiring Success Story of a Warrior
Date : 19th August, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : 8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 19 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 19 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Relate Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s strategies for better investment decision / planning.
2. Apply Sun Tzu’s strategies on asset allocation and asset selection.
3. Discuss the behavioural finance issues facing by investors.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: AMLA & Prevention of Financial Fraud in Digital Economy
Date :20th August, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 20 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 20 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.To explain what is Digital Economy.
2.To state the compliance requirements by SC Guidelines On Management of Cyber Risk.
3.To illustrate the Information Security Guidelines / Best Practices by Cyber Security Malaysia.
4.To state the purpose, objectives, key characteristics of the CMSA 2007 and Bursa Rules on market misconduct activities in Digital Economy.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: Alibaba and Tencent's Success Guide
Date : 26th September, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 26 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 26 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain what is Digital Economy.
2.Discuss the impact of Digital Economy on the Malaysian Capital Market especially logistic industry.
3.Describe how Alibaba and Tencent transforming China into global Digital Economy leader.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :AMLA, 1MDB and The New Government’s Policies and Challenges
Date : 27th September, 2018 (Monday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 395 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 27 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 445 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 515 for Public [early bird by 27 Aug, 2018]
  • RM 585 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Discuss AMLA and its implications on capital market selection.
2.Discuss the impact of 1MDB scandal on Malaysia economy.
3.State the new Government’s policies.
4.Analyse and apply latest economy data on asset allocation and asset.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Technical Analysis Series : How to Automate Your Own Stock Investment Decision Process ?
Date : 29nd September, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :-
Speaker :Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai
Fees :
  • RM 298 for Public [early bird by 29 Aug. 2018]
  • RM 368 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :No HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Explain the role of fundamental and technical analysis in today’s trading environment.
2. Identify key stock picking criteria which impact on the equities market.
3. Demonstrate creative qualities in modifying indicators to fit individual needs.
4. Identify both qualitative fundamental factors and technical factors combined that will drive the market.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :How to Overcome The Impact of High Inflation Rate and Financial Crisis
Date : 04th October, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 348 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 04 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 438 for Public [early bird by 04 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 498 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Discuss the latest economic outlooks.
2. Relate the relationship between major macroeconomic variables (such as inflation), financial crisis and investment planning.
3. Evaluate the opportunity cost in investment, including property investment in Malaysia and alternative investment.
4. Apply the relevant knowledge and skills of financial planning to overcome inflation and financial crisis.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: Financial Technology (Fintech), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and Internet of Things (IOTs)
Date : 10th October, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 10 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 10 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain what is Digital Economy.
2.Define what is Financial Technology (Fintech), Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.
3.Discuss the application of Fintech, Big Data, AI and IoTs on various industries.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :AMLA, Market Misconduct, Chinese Wall & Prevention of Insider Trading
Date :11th October, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 11 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 11 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.To discuss AMLA / Insider Trading and its implications on capital market.
2.To explain why Chinese Wall Defense is important to prevent insider trading.
3.To state the purpose, objectives, key characteristics of the CMSA 2007 and Bursa Rules on insider trading and market misconduct activities .

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Algorithmic Trading : Global Market, Local Perspective
Date : 12th October, 2018 (Friday)
Venue : Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur
CPE :10 Points
CPD : -
Speaker :Mr Alex Siew Wee Chai, Melissa Yoon / Kelvin Yap Giin Pin
Fees :
  • RM 1388 [early bird by 12 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 1688

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.To outline the fundamental factors to design a good algorithmic system.
2.To develop skills of using current technology for building investment process system.
3.To construct own trading strategies and style.
4.To develop and apply Blockchain technology in trading crypto currencies.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Impact on Malaysian Capital Market
Date : 17th October, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : 8 Points
Speaker :Prof. Dr. Choong Chee Keong
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 17 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 17 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the objectives and framework of Belt and Road.
2.Describe the impact of Belt and Road on Europe, Asia, Africa and Russia’s economy.
3.Discuss on the impact of Belt and Road on the Malaysian Capital Market.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Technical Analysis as a Method of Investment Risk Management
Date : 20th October, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : -
Speaker :Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai
Fees :
  • RM 298 for Public [early bird by 20 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 368 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :No HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Apply the technical indicators to measure current market risk exposure.
2. Demonstrate creative qualities in modifying indicators to assess individual trading decisions’ risk level.
3. Identify both fundamental factors and technical factors combined that will add to the market risk.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: Alibaba and Tencent's Success Guide
Date : 31st October, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 31 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 31 Sep, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain what is Digital Economy.
2.Discuss the impact of Digital Economy on the Malaysian Capital Market especially logistic industry.
3.Describe how Alibaba and Tencent transforming China into global Digital Economy leader.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Psychology of Investing: Victory Over Your Thoughts, Success is Yours !
Date : 01st November, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 348 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 01 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 438 for Public [early bird by 01 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 498 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Examine the investment psychology that affect investment decisions.
2.Identify they key biases that lead investors to make faulty investment decisions.
3.Illustrate how overconfidence leads investors to form biased judgments about the market risk premium.
4.Formulate selling such as the time of selling an investor’s stock, the amount to be sold and the type of stock to be sold.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Sun Tzu’s Art of War for Traders and Investors Series: Effective Corporate Strategy in Current Environment
Date :09th November, 2018 (Friday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :-
Speaker :Mr. Tee Chee Wee
Fees :
  • RM 395 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 09 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 445 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 515 for Public [early bird by 09 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 585 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Develop strategically thinking about a corporate as a whole – its business position, its long-term direction, its resources and competitive capabilities, the nature of its strategy and its opportunities for gaining sustainable competitive advantage.
2.Describe the strategic analysis in a variety of industries and competitive situations and especially to provide a strong understanding of the competitive challenges and sustainability of a global market.
3.Relate ethical principles, core values and management practices matter greatly in the conduct of business operation with Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s Concepts.
4.Relate the corporate strategy ideas and management practices with Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s intelligence especially into corporate strategic planning, managing and controlling.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Sun Tzu’s Art of War for Traders and Investors Series: The Intelligent Investor
Date : 15th November, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 15 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 15 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Relate Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s concepts for better investment decision.
2. Relate market and economic cycles to investment performance and determine the best timing strategies.
3. Evaluate and analyse the characteristics and types of investment traps.
4. Discuss the common investment psychology issues facing by investors.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :2019 Budget and Its Impact on Capital Market
Date : 14th November, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 395 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 14 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 445 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 515 for Public [early bird by 14 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 585 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Discuss Government policies (2019 Budget) that will affect capital market in Malaysia.
2. Discuss the latest economic outlooks.
3. Evaluate the investment opportunities in 2019 Budget / Government Policies.
4. Apply the relevant knowledge and skills of investment planning in current economic climate.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Technical Analysis Series: Economic Data Release (EDR) and Its Impact on Equity and FX Markets
Date : 17th November, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE : 10 Points
CPD : -
Speaker :Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai
Fees :
  • RM 298 for Public [early bird by 17 October, 2018]
  • RM 368 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :No HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the role of fundamental and technical analysis in today’s trading environment.
2.State the importance of understanding global macro-­‐economic environment.
3.Identify key economic data which gives high impact on the equity & FX markets.
4.Demonstrate creative trading models that take into consideration news impact on FX market.
5.Identify and quantify impact of volatility on price movement in the equity market, and how it is affected by economic data releases.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) Initiative: The Rise of East Asia and Pacific
Date :22nd November, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
Speaker :Prof. Dr Choong Chee Keong
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 22 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 22 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :No HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the development strategy and framework of OBOR.
2.Discuss on the Importance OBOR for the Trading Partners.
3.Identify the business opportunities of OBOR.
4.Discuss on the effect of OBOR on the Malaysian and ASEAN Economies.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: AMLA & Prevention of Financial Fraud in Digital Economy
Date :23rd November, 2018 (Friday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 23 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 23 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.To explain what is Digital Economy.
2.To state the compliance requirements by SC Guidelines On Management of Cyber Risk.
3.To illustrate the Information Security Guidelines / Best Practices by Cyber Security Malaysia.
4.To state the purpose, objectives, key characteristics of the CMSA 2007 and Bursa Rules on market misconduct activities in Digital Economy.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Digital Economy and Capital Market Series: Financial Technology (Fintech), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and Internet of Things (IOTs)
Date : 29th November, 2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2 , Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD :8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 29 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 29 Oct, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Explain what is Digital Economy.
2. Define what is Financial Technology (Fintech), Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.
3. Discuss the application of Fintech, Big Data, AI and IoTs on various industries.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Impact on Malaysian Capital Market
Date : 13th December, 2018 (Thurssday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : 8 Points
Speaker :Prof. Dr. Choong Chee Keong
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 13 Nov, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 13 Nov, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the objectives and framework of Belt and Road.
2.Describe the impact of Belt and Road on Europe, Asia, Africa and Russia’s economy.
3.Discuss on the impact of Belt and Road on the Malaysian Capital Market.

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Technical Analysis Series: Volatility Based Technical Analysis
Date : 15th December, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE : 10 Points
CPD : -
Speaker :Mr. Alex Siew Wee Chai
Fees :
  • RM 298 for Public [early bird by 15 November. 2018]
  • RM 368 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :No HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1.Explain the importance of understanding market volatility in today’s volatile trading environment.
2.Identify key existing technical methods to measure volatility.
3.Appreciate the use of quantitative approach to measure volatility of markets.
4.Compare and contrast difference in technical and quantitative approaches towards measurement of volatility.
5.Identify impact of volatility on price movement in the equity, futures and FX .

Course Outline

(A SIDC CPE approved course)

Title :Sun Tzu’s Art of War for Traders and Investors Series: Inspiring Success Story of a Warrior
Date : 19th Dec, 2018 (Wednesday)
Venue : Moffett Training Centre, E-3-2, Plaza Kelana Jaya, Jalan SS7/13 A, Kelana Jaya, 47301, Petaling Jaya, KL
CPE :10 Points
CPD : 8 Points
Speaker :Dr. Ch'ng Huck Khoon
Fees :
  • RM 398 for Banker, member of professional associations [early bird by 19 Nov, 2018]
  • RM 448 for Banker, member of professional associations
  • RM 518 for Public [early bird by 19 Nov, 2018]
  • RM 588 for Public

Fees are inclusive of coffee breaks, lunch, program materials and a Certificate of Attendance
Remark :HRDF claimable under SBL Scheme

Objective

1. Relate Sun Tzu’s Art of War’s strategies for better investment decision / planning.
2. Apply Sun Tzu’s strategies on asset allocation and asset selection.
3. Discuss the behavioural finance issues facing by investors.

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