Dr. Ronald Chung is a full time staff of UNA. He has close to 30 years of teaching, training and advisory experience in finance and strategy.
In addition to his academic background, Dr. Chung had served as Director of Research for the Credit Research Foundation, USA, researching on best practices credit practices and products on behalf corporate clients and design training programs for senior financial executives in financial institutions and corporations. In addition, Dr. Chung also served as Senior Consultant for the Treasury Management Association (now Association for Financial Professionals,) USA. In this capacity, he worked with US financial institutions on corporate treasury services and product offerings with a special focus on derivatives. He also designed training programs for finance professionals in collaboration with university partners, including Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University and University of Michigan. His consulting experience includes Fortune 500 clients such as AMD, AT&T, Corning, Nokia, P&G, Pfizer, etc.
Since returning to Asia, Dr. Chung has primarily worked with financial institutions in the region providing training to their entry level analysts and mid-career bankers on technical subject matters. Notable clients include Barclays Bank, CS, GS, HSBC, JPM, Morgan Stanley, Standard Chartered Bank, UBS, Bank of China (BoD), Bank of Communications, CCB, ICBC and CMB.
Dr. Chung also consults for companies and is a Fellow of The Hong Kong Institute of Directors (HKIoD) and an APEC Certified Business Consultant.
He played a key role in the organization of a number of major events, including:
- The first Euro seminar in H.K. with HSBC (Feb 1999)
Training workshops for directors of premier organizations, including:
- Board of Directors of the Bank of China (Aug 2005)
- Nominee of Directors of the World Bank (Apr 2006)
Dr. Chung has published two books, Euro 2000 and Beyond: Value Creation Strategies for International Business, 1998 (published in the U.S.), and VAC Change Management Strategies for CEOs, 2005 (published in H.K.), and is the author of many articles published in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and the U.S.