The Sunday Times reports on CKGSB's innovative 'Global Business Strategy: China (GBSC)" executive education program
From Business Weekly: "Acorn Computers founder and celebrated VC Hermann Hauser has joined a celebrated band
From The Scotsman: "Sir Tom Hunter has launched a venture to bring British and Chinese
CKGSB’s Dean Xiang Bing Moderates CEO Brainstorming Session at Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference
Beijing, 7 March 2012—A newly-formed All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for East Asian Business was launched last Wednesday in London's Houses of Parliament by international leaders from government, industry and academia.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and Nikkei Business Publications (Nikkei BP) will co-organize the 3rd China-Japan CEO Forum in Tokyo, Japan, on March 8, 2012. The full-day forum—which will bring together top executives, government leaders and scholars from China and Japan—is centered on building bridges for sustainable growth between the two nations.
The slogan for the UK's London 2012 Olympics is 'Be Part of It!' The same slogan could well apply to the UK's trade with China.
He has been a leader of the firm's London Banking Group and was a member of the firm's Partnership Council. Sweeting has a widely established reputation as a finance lawyer, most recently with a focus on emerging markets. This year, Sweeting joined the CKGSB European Advisory Board.
Maxence Perret-Gentil (MBA '10) was already a successful engineer with an advanced degree. Having worked for some of the leading manufacturers in his industry, including the Swiss Institute of Technology, he, like many engineers, wanted to accomplish more.
Liang Xinjun is a co-founder of Fosun International Limited, where he serves as Executive Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
CKGSB Assistant Dean Zhou Li (left); HRDF CEO, Amirnuddin Mazlan (center); and SRW&Co. Chairman, Daniel Wong (right) celebrate the Launch of the ASEAN Global Leadership Program—China in Beijing