Ng, Angel Yin-yee(伍燕儀)


Angel Ng was appointed Head of Asia North and Australia, Cluster and Banking in September 2023. Angel has oversight of Citi’s franchise in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Korea, New Zealand and Taiwan, including geographic management, client coverage and delivery, and legal entity management. The Head of Cluster and Banking has oversight of products and banking segments and drives local client engagement across all lines of business.

As a leading financial institution, Citi brings the unique strength of its unparalleled global network and on-the-ground expertise to its Banking, Markets, Services, and Wealth businesses. The Asia North and Australia Cluster is a key growth area for Citi internationally, having been in the region since 1902. Angel, who is based in Hong Kong, is focused on creating greater connectivity across the bank to deliver the full power of Citi to our clients.

Prior to this, Angel was the Head of Asia for Citi Global Wealth from April 2022, with the responsibility of the wealth business in the region which includes Asia Private Bank and Consumer Banking. Before that, Angel was the Chief Executive Officer for Hong Kong and Macau from May 2018.

Angel joined Citi Hong Kong in 1998 and served as Head of Retail Banking, Head of Wealth Management and Head of Cards before being appointed Consumer Business Manager for Hong Kong in 2015, where she led the digital transformation of the business. Her knowledge and understanding of the wealth and institutional sides of the bank have helped built a winning franchise for Citi. She is also a strong advocate of diversity and inclusion.

Prior to Citi, Angel held a number of senior positions at Procter & Gamble and China Light and Power Hong Kong. She started her career with HSBC.

Angel actively contributes to the Hong Kong community by serving as a board or committee member of several organisations including the Financial Infrastructure and Market Development Sub-Committee under the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the Banking Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation, Council of the Treasury Markets Association, and Board of Trustee for the Chinese University of Hong Kong Chung Chi College.

Angel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Teaching Areas

Business Strategy
Marketing and Consumer Behaviours

Song, Zhiping(宋志平)

Teaching Areas

Corporate Strategy
operation and Management
Corporate Reform
Innovation and Transformation
Corporate Governance
Merger and Acquisition
Capital Operation
Corporate Culture

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • Song Zhiping (2022), “Mutual Achievement of Mutual Empowerment between State owned Enterprise Reform and Capital Market,” State-Owned Assets Report, 2022(08):131-134.
    • Song Zhiping (2022), “A great company needs a great board of directors,” Directors & Boards, 2022(05):94-100.
    • Song Zhiping (2021), “Rational Understanding of the Logic and Essence of Innovation,” China SOE, 2021(13):42-43.
    • Song Zhiping (2020), “Promoting high-quality development of listed companies,” State-Owned Assets Report, 2020(12):28-31.
    • Song Zhiping (2019), “Reflections on Cultivating Global Competitiveness of Enterprises,” State-Owned Assets Report, 2019(06):111-112.
    • Song Zhiping (2018), “Mechanism Reform and Entrepreneurial Spirit,” State-Owned Assets Report, 2018(01):11-13.
    • Song Zhiping (2017), “The pattern and capabilities of the enterprise,” Enterprise Management, 2017(10):28-31.
    • Song Zhiping (2016), “How to understand this round of restructurings of central SOEs?” China Economic Weekly, 2016(35):80-81.
    • Song Zhiping (2015), “China National Building Material Group: Promoting Enterprise Innovation through Mechanism Innovation,” Enterprise Civilization,2015(04):33-36.
    • Song Zhiping (2014), “Adhering to the principle of putting people first and pursuing inclusive growth – The corporate culture practice of China National Building Material Group,” Enterprise Civilization, 2014(02):12-14.
    • Song Zhiping (2013), “Only safety production enterprises have core competitiveness,” Qiushi, 2013(14):37-38.
    • Song Zhiping (2012), “The significance of management improvement activities is profound,” Modern SOE Research, 2012(06):13.

    Published Books:

    • Achievement Sharing Mechanism (2023)
    • Management Platform (2022)
    • New Opportunities and New Situation (2021)
    • Business First (2021)
    • Enterprise Mindset (2020)
    • Corporate Myth (2020)
    • Thoughts on Innovation (2019)
    • Thoughts on Management (2019)
    • Thoughts on Reform (2018)
    • Integration and Optimization (2015)
    • My Enterprise Outlook (2014)
    • The Business Strategy (2013)
    • Marketized SOEs (2012)
    • The Power of Inclusion (2012) etc.
  • Awards & Honours
    • The 8th Management Science Award – Special Contribution Award, 2023
    • “Downsized Organization, Refined Management and Lean Operation” won the First Prize for Enterprise Management and Modernization Innovation Achievement, 2019
    • “Regional large-scale restructuring in the cement industry” won the First Prize for Enterprise Management and Modernization Innovation Achievement, 2010
    • Lifetime Award for Outstanding Entrepreneur, 2019
    • China’s Outstanding Entrepreneur of 70 Years 70 Figures 70 Enterprises, 2019
    • Outstanding Entrepreneur in Promoting Overall Quality Management in 40 years, 2019
    • Fortune CEO Lifetime Achievement Award, 2018
    • Enterprise Leader Influencing Reform and Opening-up Process in Building Material Industry in 40 years, 2018
    • China Outstanding Quality Person Award, 2015
    • Ishikawa-Kano Award, 2015
    • China’s Innovation Model, 2014
    • Global Chinese Economic Leader, 2014
    • Chinese Economic Figure of the Year, 2012
    • Yuan Baohua Business Management Award, 2008
  • Academic/Professional Services


    • Member, The Academic Committee of the State owned Economic Research Think Tank of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, (2020 – present)
    • Member, China National MBA Education Supervisory Committee, (1999-2003, 2004-2008, 2014-2019)

Kim, Cheon Mok (John) (金川木)


John Kim is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School. He received his PhD in Management from University of California, Irvine. His research focuses on organisational learning from complex experiences, the dynamics of organisational reference group selection processes, and the influence of organisational design on decision making.

Teaching Areas

Strategic Management

Research Interests

Organisational Learning
Behavioural Theory of the Firm
Organisational Design

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • Kim, C. M., Cunningham, C. M., and Joseph, J. (2023), “Corporate proximity and product market reentry: The role of corporate headquarters in business unit response to product failure,” Academy of Management Journal, in press.
    • Zhu, Y., Kim, C. M., and Joseph, J. (2021), “The Interplay of CEO Affect, Ambiguous Performance Feedback, and Firm Risk Taking,” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Awards & Honours
    • Distinguished Paper Award, Strategic Management (STR) Division, Academy of Management, 2021

Ma, Xufei(馬旭飛)


Prof. Xufei Ma is a tenured full professor at the Department of Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Before he returned to CUHK Business School, he was the Terry Gou Chair Professor and a tenured full professor (2020-2022) of the School of Economics and Management (SEM) and Shenzhen International Graduate School (SIGS) at Tsinghua University. He was also a Cheung Kong Chair Professor granted by the Ministry of Education, China. He received a bachelor’s degree from Xi’an Jiaotong University (China), an MBA from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada), and a Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore. He was an assistant professor (2007-2013) and then a tenured associate professor (2013-2018) at CUHK, and a tenured full professor (2018-2020) at City University of Hong Kong (CityU). He also served as the director of CUHK’s Center for Entrepreneurship (2016-2018) and CUHK’s Center for International Business Studies (2018), and the Vice Chair of the Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy at Tsinghua SEM (2020-2022). He’s taught strategy courses for EMBA programmes (in both English and Chinese) at Tsinghua, CityU, and CUHK.

Prof. Ma’s research focuses on strategic management, international business, and innovation/entrepreneurship in China’s emerging economy. He has published papers in UTD and FT-listed journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, and Journal of Business Venturing, among others. He received the Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar from the Academy of International Business; became the first Chinese Dunning Fellow at the John H. Dunning Center for International Business, UK; and was awarded the Journal of International Business Studies 50th Anniversary Silver Medal. He is an Area Editor for the Journal of International Business Studies (2023-2025).

Before Prof. Ma joined academia, he had worked for a leading central-level Chinese business group in Beijing and Shanghai. He has served as an independent director for Western Trust, Tu Ba Tu Group, and Beijing Urban Construction Design & Development Group. He’s the co-secretary-general and co-chairman (2024) of Chinese Management Model C50+ Forum, and the co-founder and co-chairman of Greater Bay Area Senior Management Scholars College.

Teaching Areas

Strategic Management

Research Interests

International Business
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
(Greater Bay Area, China, Singapore)

  • Publications & Working Papers

    Top Journal Publications (UTD & Financial Times Journals):

    • Z. Deng, X. Ma*and Z. Zhu (2022), “Transactional dependence and technological upgrading in global value chains,” Journal of Management Studies, 59 (2), 390-416. (FT45)
    • D. Ahlstrom*, J-L Arregle, M. Hitt, G. Qian, X. Ma and D. Faems (2020), “Managing technological, sociopolitical, and institutional change in the New Normal,” Journal of Management Studies, 57(3), 411-437. (FT45)
    • L. Luo, X. Ma*, M. Shige and G. Shinkle (2020), “Cluster status and new venture creation,” Journal of Business Venturing, 35(5), 105985. (FT45)
    • S. Zhu*, X. Ma, M. Peng and S. Sauerwald (2019), “Home country institutions behind cross-border acquisition performance,” Journal of Management, 45(4), 1315-1342. (FT45)
    • R. Krause, W. Li*, X. Ma and G. Bruton (2019), “The board chair effect across countries: An institutional view,” Strategic Management Journal, 40(10), 1570-1592. (UTD24)
    • R. Mudambi*, L. Li, X. Ma, S. Makino, G. Qian and R. Boschma (2018), “Zoom in, zoom out: Geographic scale and multinational activity,” Journal of International Business Studies, 49 (8), 929-941. (UTD24)
    • J. Gaur, X. Ma* and Z. Ding (2018), “Home country supportiveness/unfavorableness and outward foreign direct investment from China,” Journal of International Business Studies, 49, 324-345. (UTD24)
    • J. Xia*, X. Ma, J. Lu and D. Yiu (2014), “The outward FDI of emerging market firms: A resource dependence logic,” Strategic Management Journal, 35(9), 1343-1363. (UTD24)
    • X. Ma*, A. Delios and C.M. Lau (2013), “Beijing or Shanghai? The strategic location choice of large MNEs’ host country headquarters in China,” Journal of International Business Studies, 44, 953-961. (UTD24)
    • X. Ma, T.W. Tong and M. Fitza (2013), “How much does subnational region matter to foreign subsidiary performance? Evidence from Fortune Global 500 corporations’ investment in China,” Journal of International Business Studies, 44(1), 66-87. (UTD24)
    • X. Ma* and A. Delios (2010), “Host country headquarters and an MNE’s subsequent within-country diversifications,” Journal of International Business Studies, 41: 517-525. (UTD24)
    • J. Lu*, and X. Ma (2008), “The contingent value of local partners’ business group affiliation,” Academy of Management Journal, 51(2), 295-314. (UTD24)

    Other SSCI Journal Publications:

    • L. Luo, X. Ma and Z. Wang* (2022), “The moderate-reputation trap: Evidence from a Chinese cross-border business-to-business e-commerce portal.” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 39(2), 395-432.
    • X. Ma, Z. Deng* and Y. Tang (2021), “Relieving Status Anxiety: How Low-Status Firms Respond to International Status-Heterophilous Relationships,” Journal of World Business, 56 (6), 101259. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma, A. Delios and S. Yu* (2020), “Innovation in MNC’S strategy and structure: the (re) emergence of host country headquarters in large emerging markets,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 37(3), 609-632. (SSCI)
    • H. Chung*, Z. Ding and X. Ma (2019), “Organizational learning and export performance of emerging market entrepreneurial firms: The roles of RBV mechanism and decision-making approach,” European Journal of Marketing, 53(2), 257-278. (SSCI)
    • J. Xia, X. Ma, T. Tong and W. Li* (2018), “Network information and cross-Border M&A activities,” Global Strategy Journal, 8 (2), 301-323. (SSCI)
    • J. Lu, X. Ma, L. Taksa and Y. Wang* (2017), “From LLL to IOL3: Moving dragon multinationals research forward,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 34(4), 757-768. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma* and J. Lu (2017), “Business group affiliation as institutional linkages in China’s emerging economy: A focus on organizational traits and institutional conditions,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 34, 675-697. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma, P. Wang and D. Li* (2017), “What Determines the Establishment of Chinese Multinational Enterprises’ Asian Regional Headquarters?” Management and Organization Review, 13(1), 85-119. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma, Z. Ding* and L. Yuan (2016), “Subnational institutions, political capital, and the internationalization of entrepreneurial firms in emerging economies,” Journal of World Business, 2016 51(5), 843-854. (SSCI)
    • X. Zhang*, X. Ma, Y. Wang, X. Li and D. Huo (2016) “What drives the internationalization of Chinese SMEs? The joint effects of international entrepreneurship characteristics, network ties, and firm ownership,” International Business Review, 25, 522-534. (SSCI)
    • J.W. Lu* and X. Ma (2015), “Partner resource asymmetry and IJV survival,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32, 1039-1064. (SSCI)
    • X. Zhang*, X. Ma, Yue Wang and Yangwen Wang (2014), “How can emerging market small and medium-sized enterprises maximize internationalization benefits? The moderating effect of organizational flexibility,” International Small Business Journal, 32(6), 667-692. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma*, D. Yiu and N. Zhou (2014), “Facing global economic crisis: Foreign sales, ownership groups, and corporate value.,” Journal of World Business, 49(1), 87-100. (SSCI)
    • D. Yiu*, F. Ng and X. Ma (2013), “Business group attributes and internationalization strategy in China,” Asian Business & Management, 12(1), 14-36. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma*, X. Yao and Y. Xi (2009), “How do interorganizational and interpersonal networks affect a firm’s strategic adaptive capability in a transition economy?” Journal of Business Research, 62(11), 1087-1095. (SSCI)
    • X. Ma* and A. Delios (2007), “A new tale of two cities: Japanese FDIs in Shanghai and Beijing, 1979-2003,” International Business Review, 16 (2), 207-228. (Best Paper Award at International Business Review 2007) (SSCI)
    • X. Ma*, X. Yao and Y. Xi (2006), “Business group affiliation and firm performance in China’s transition economy: A focus on ownership voids,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 23(4), 467-483. (SSCI)

    Other Publications

    • Y. Wang*, K. Wang and X. Ma (2016), “Understanding international business negotiation behavior: Credible commitments, dispute resolution, and the role of institutions,” International Negotiation, 21(1), 165-198.
    • X. Zhang, X. Ma and Y. Wang* (2012), “Entrepreneurial orientation, social capital, and the internationalization of SMEs: Evidence from China,” Thunderbird International Business Review, 54(2), 195-210. (Best Paper Award at 4th China Goes Global Harvard Conference)
    • A. Delios* and X. Ma (2010), Strategy and management of business groups. In Colpan, A.M., Hikino, T., & Lincoln, J.R. (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Business Groups, Oxford University Press.
    • A. Delios* and X. Ma (2010), “China is undergoing a transformation…Yet again,” Ivey Business Journal, 74(1), 1-12.
    • X. Ma (2006), “Beyond transaction cost determinants: An integrated framework for export intermediary selection in emerging economies,” Advances in International Marketing, 19, 25-53.
    • X. Ma and J. Lu* (2005), “The critical role of business groups in China,” Ivey Business Journal, 69(5), 1-12.
    • 吴晓松、马旭飞、江俊毅、黄伟(2022), “数字化时代新岗位–数字化项目集群经理, ” 哈佛商业评论(中文版), 7, 124-129.
    • 吴晓松、马旭飞、黄伟、江俊毅(2022), “让数字化转型战略软着陆–项目集群管理,” 清华管理评论, 1, 5-9.
    • 吴晓松、马旭飞、江俊毅、黄伟(2022), “数字化项目集群管理地图,” 中欧商业评论, Oct Issue, accepted.
    • 黄伟、吴晓松、马旭飞, “大数据情景下复杂系统管理决策的综合集成方法与应用研究初探,” 管理世界.
    • 刘阿祺、马旭飞( 2021),”天使投资3.0:创新驱动与生态构建,” 清华管理评论, 6, 6-13.
    • 马旭飞、吴冰(2017), “无依赖,不摆脱:中国企业国际化的“套路”。” 清华管理评论, 7/8, 65-73.
    • 马旭飞、王阳雯(2018), “无制度,不企业。” 管理学季刊, 1, 31-39.
    • 马旭飞、杨慧(2015),《互联网时代新战略全景》, 经济管理出版社
    • 杨慧、马旭飞(2015),《互联网时代的新创客》, 中信出版社
  • Grants
    • Start-up Grant awarded by School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University # 110000247, Sep 2020-Aug 2022 (PI)
    • Start-up Grant awarded by Shenzhen International Graduate School, Tsinghua University # 07010300001, Sep 2020-Aug 2022 (PI)
    • Basic Research Grant awarded by Shenzhen International Graduate School, Tsinghua University # 07010100001, Sep 2020-Aug 2023 (PI)
    • Foreign Direct Investment and the Founding of Local Startups awarded by City University of Hong Kong #9380098, Jan 2019-Dec 2020 (PI)
    • “Whether and How: The Influence of Chair-CEO Pair on Firm Performance”, City University of Hong Kong #7005388, Jan 2019-Aug 2021 (PI)
    • “Business Group CSR Reputation and the Value of Affiliates”, City University of Hong Kong #7005199, Oct 2018-Sep 2019 (PI)
    • “Multinational Corporations’ Local Expansion Pace, Weight, and Consequent Public Crises in a Large Emerging Market”, UGC-GRF # 9042756, Jan 2016-Dec 2017 (PI)
    • “Resource Dependencies, Siblings, Partners, and Emerging Market Firms Cross-Border M&As'”, UGC-GRF # 2170230, Jan 2015-Dec 2016 (PI)
    • “Organizational Learning and Export Performance of Chinese Private Firms”, CUHK #4057063, Jan 2015-Dec 2016 (PI)
    • “How much does CEO matter to Chinese listed companies’ performance?”, CUHK #4057042, Oct 2013-Oct 2015 (PI)
    • “Antecedents and Consequences of the Establishment of Host Country Headquarter in Large Emerging Markets: Evidence from BRIC Countries”, UGC-GRF #2170190, Jan 2012-Dec 2014 (PI)
    • “How Much Does Subnational Region Matter? Evidence from MNCs’ Subsidiaries in China”, CUHK #2070457, Jan 2011-Dec 2012 (PI)
    • “Hong Kong or Singapore? Strategic Location Choice of Chinese Multinational Firms’ Asia Regional Headquarters”, CUHK #2190228, Sep 2010-Jun 2012 (PI)
    • “Why do some Chinese firms choose Hong Kong as their Asia regional headquarters?”, Hong Kong Institute of Asia Pacific Studies, CUHK #6902863, Aug 2010-Jun 2012 (PI)
    • “Host Country Headquarters and an MNE’s within-country diversifications in a Large Emerging Market”, CUHK #2070406, Dec 2008-Nov 2010 (PI)
  • Awards & Honours
    • Cheung Kong Chair Professor, Ministry of Education, China, 2021
    • Silver Medal, Journal of International Business Studies (a UTD journal) 50th Anniversary Contributions Award, 2019
    • Dunning Fellow, John Dunning Center for International Business, Reading University, 2017
    • Haynes Prize for the Most Promising Scholar, Academy of International Business, 2006
    • Best Reviewer Award: Academy of International Business, 2012 and 2014
    • Best Reviewer Award: International Associate of Chinese Management Research, 2014
    • Faculty Teaching Awards, CUHK Business School
    • The Best Paper Award at International Business Review (SSCI), 2007
    • Winner of the Best Student Paper Award, Asia Academy of Management, 2006
    • PI/Co-I: about US$1 million of research grants from Tsinghua, CityU, CUHK, GRF, NSFC
    • Shenzhen Overseas High-level Talent Certificate, 2021
  • Academic/Professional Services
    • Area Editor, Journal of International Business Studies, 2023-2025
    • Senior Editor, Management and Organization Review, 2021-2022
    • Senior Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2022-2022
    • Area Editor, Quarterly Journal of Management, 2016-2021
    • Special Issue Editor, JIBS (UTD), JMS (FT), APJM (SSCI)
    • Editorial Board, JMS, JWB, GSJ, APJM
    • Member, Conference Program, Chinese Academy of Management Meeting, 2021
    • Track Chair, Asia Academy of Management Meeting, 2021-2022
    • PhD Symposium Chair, SMS Special Conference, Hong Kong, 2016
    • Chair, Junior Faculty/Doctoral Consortium, AAOM Conference, Hong Kong, 2015
    • Track Chair, European International Business Academy, Leeds, 2019
    • Director & Treasurer, Asia Academy of Management (AAOM), 2015-2018
    • Independent Director, Western Trust Co., Ltd., 2016-2022
    • Independent Director, Beijing Urban Construction Design & Dev Group Co. Ltd, 2019-2022
    • Independent Director, Tu Ba Tu Group Co., Ltd, 2020-
    • Host Organizer, China Angel Investors Conference, 2018
    • Co-Secretary-General, Chinese Management Model C50+ Forum, 2017-
    • Co-Chairman (elect), Chinese Management Model C50_ Forum, 2024
    • Co-Chairman and Co-Founder, Greater Bay Area Senior Scholar College, 2021-

Fong, Alex(方志偉)


Dr. Fong is a scholar-practitioner. He is a believer in life-long learning. He has continued to pursue scholastic research and teaching activities alongside his career pursuits.

As a practitioner, Dr. Fong has worked in many different senior managerial capacities in both private and public sectors. As an entrepreneur, he is a Director of GRE Manufacturing Limited and GRE Alpha Electronics Limited, two privately owned electronics manufacturing companies. As an intrapreneur, he was the former CEO of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and the former Directorate Officer of the Hong Kong government. As a practitioner in corporate governance, he is an independent non-executive director of Hutchison Port Holdings Limited, Hong Kong Electric Investment Limited and Tom Group International Limited.

As a scholar, Dr. Fong’s scholastic journey covers both empirical science and humanistic studies. In his DBA research, he developed a 2P3C Model to understand the sustainability of corporate human capital competitiveness. In his PhD research, he created a set of tools comprising differentiators, integrators, and connectors to help us understand the patterns of self–others interaction experience among stakeholders in enterprises. They can be deployed by CEOs to support oneness as an enterprise governance approach focusing on responsible leadership, enterprise well-being, and enterprise sustainability.

Having worked, studied, and lived in multiple places like New York City, Tokyo, London, Cambridge, Oxford, Beijing, Shanghai, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong and Singapore, he looks forward to tapping into his broad intellectual, sectoral and geographic experience to create an encounter of a different kind as he pursues his teaching and research activities at CUHK Business School.

Dr. Fong is also a coach and a counsellor.

Teaching Areas

Global Management
Economic Transformation of China
Management of Public Finance
Human Resource Management
Project Management
Business Consultancy
Strategic engagement

Research Interests

Enterprise Governance
Enterprise Well-being
Enterprise Sustainability
Business Strategy
Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Competitiveness
Strategic Engagement

  • Publications & Working Papers

    Conference papers

    • “Oneness in Business,” (2023) Presented at Philosophy of Management 15th Annual Meeting EM Normandie Business School, Oxford
    • “Global Leadership under oneness: Connecting the Parts and the Wholes through Consciousness,” (2021) Presented at the International Conference on Consciousness-Based Leadership and Management, Ohio, USA
    • “Oneness And Responsible Leadership,” (2019) Presented at Academy of Management (AOM) Specialized Conference on Responsible Leadership in Rising Economies, Bled, Slovenia
    • “The Oneness of Social Entrepreneurship,” (2018) Presented at International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Family Business Mumbai, India

    Book Chapters

    • “Global Leadership Under Oneness: Connecting Conscious Parts to Conscientious Wholes,” (2023) Book chapter with Duysal Askun in the Springer Handbook of Global Leadership and Followership
    • “Responsible Leadership Under Oneness: Conscious Parts and Conscientious Wholes,” (2022) Book chapter with Duysal Askun in the Routledge Research Companion to Business with a Conscience: A Research Companion
  • Academic/Professional Services
    • Chief Strategist, Hong Kong Philosophical Practitioners Association
    • Past President, Hong Kong Association in Atlanta
    • Past advisor, Institute of Active Ageing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    • Past senior advisor, China International Chamber of Commerce, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Guangzhou Council, Guangzhou Chamber of Commerce
    • Past advisor, Nantong City Government, China
    • Past advisor, Wuxi Business Association
    • Past member, SFC Dual Filing Advisory Group, Securities Future Commission
    • Past member. Business Facilitation Committee, Hong Kong SAR Government
    • Past secretary, Hong Kong Port and Maritime Board
    • Past secretary, Hong Kong Logistics Development Council

Cheung, Leong(張亮)

Chapter Honoree_Leong Cheung


Mr. Leong Cheung was the Executive Director of Charities & Community at The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) from August 2014 to July 2022. In this capacity, he was also the co-chair of the Hong Kong Chapter of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network.

Prior to joining the HKJC, Mr. Cheung was the Operating Partner of Bain Capital. Before that, he was the Managing Director of Global Sourcing & Supply Chain at Esquel Group, the founder and CEO of an education focused internet venture, and a senior consultant at the Boston Consulting Group.

Mr. Cheung is active in the community. He is the co-founder of RunOurCity, an innovative social enterprise with the aim of transforming life through running. He currently serves as the chairperson of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government’s Committee on Reduction of Salt and Sugar in Food. He is an Independent Non-executive Director of Kerry Properties Limited since May 2022, an Advisor of Our Hong Kong Foundation and a former Director of the Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation Limited.

Mr. Cheung graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Business Administration and obtained a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

Teaching Areas


Research Interests


  • Awards & Honours
    • Chapter Honoree, Beta Gamma Sigma CUHK Chapter, 2022
    • Honorary Fellowship, Lingnan University, 2019
  • Academic/Professional Services

    Professional/Public Services

    • Independent Non-Executive Director, Kerry Properties Limited, 2022-Present
    • Chairman, Committee on Reduction of Salt and Sugar in Food, 2020-Present
    • Non-Executive Director & Audit Committee Chairman, HKMC Annuity Limited, 2017-2022
    • Non-Executive Director, Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation Limited, 2016-2022
    • Member, Elderly Commission, 2015-2021
    • Member, Hong Kong Quality Migrant Admission Scheme Advisory Committee, Jul 2010-Jun 2016

    Community Services

    • Co-founder/Chairman, RunOurCity, 2021
    • Founding Director & Honorary Advisor, Social Venture Hong Kong, 2007-2021
    • Trustee, Esquel-Y.L.Yang Education Foundation, 2022-2013

    Academic Services

    • Adjunct Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015-2020
    • Adjunct Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2014-2017
    • Deputy Chairman, Court of Lingnan University, Aug 2013-Aug 2014
    • Council & Court member, Lingnan University, Oct 2009-Aug 2014

Park, Robert Joohong


Professor Robert Park is a managing director and APAC Head of Business Development, Securities Finance, State Street Global Markets. Based in Hong Kong, he is responsible for the Business Development of Securities Finance in Asia, and before his current role, he was in charge of prime services in Asia.

Before joining State Street in 2015, Robert held senior trading roles in equity and equity derivatives at Nomura, Lehman Brothers, and JP Morgan. Earlier in his career, he worked as a trader of fixed income at BNP Paribas and Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

He teaches derivatives trading to master’s students at the Chinese University of Hong Kong as a Professor of Practice in Finance. His research focuses on the strategic management and behavioral aspects of financial institutions. As a way of giving back to the community, he mentors a start-up business that develops catastrophe risk models to improve the accuracy of damage to buildings and structures from natural disasters.

He holds a doctoral degree in business administration from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a master’s degree in financial mathematics from The University of Chicago, a master’s degree in finance from DePaul University in Chicago, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, Korea.

Teaching Areas

Derivatives Trading

Research Interests

Strategic Management of Financial Institutions
Behavioral Aspects of Financial Markets

  • Publications & Working Papers
    • Joohong Robert Park, Shuping Li, Andrew Delios, Wilson H.S. Tong, and Tony, H.T. Yip, “Competition and Diversification of global investment banks: A cross-country investigation from 2002 to 2021,” under review.
    • Luman Yu, Shuping Li, & Joohong Robert Park, “Who to target: Financial performance, ESG, and short-selling activities in S&P 1500 firms,” working paper.
    • Tony H.T. Yip, Wilson H.S. Tong, and Joohong Robert Park, “Bank earnings smoothing through advisory fee income: How do the Joint effects of earnings and credit ratings impact banks’ behavior,” working paper.
  • Awards & Honours
    • Excellent Paper Award in General Finance Session at 2019 Summer KIAS (Korea Insurance Academic Society) Academic Conference