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Tse, Kalun

Visiting Professor of Finance, CEIBS;  
Joint Appointment with Nyenrode University

Dr. Kalun Tse has been Professor of Finance at CEIBS since 1987 (at CEIBS predecessor CEMI). He was previously Associate Dean and Member of the Academic Council of CEIBS. He is also Professor of Finance at Nyenrode University in The Netherlands. He serves as a Visiting Professor at the Free University, Amsterdam and at the Vlerick, Leuven and Gent School of Management, Belgium. Dr. Tse was a Guest Professor at INSEAD – CEDEP in Fontainebleau, France. Between 2005 and 2013, he was selected 6 times as Professor of the Year at Nyenrode University. 

Dr. Tse received his MSc in Management Science and his PhD in Financial Economics from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales as well as an Honorary member of the Chinese Academy of Social Science. He serves as an advisor to several government bodies and international agencies, and has consulted to financial institutions and companies in Europe and the Far East. Dr. Tse's research and consulting interests focus on corporate financial strategies, real operating options, treasury management, and financial sector reform in China. His research has been supported by the European Union, the World Bank, and other international agencies and has been published in the European Journal of Finance, the European Management Journal, the International Journal of Management and the International Journal of Research in Applied Finance.  

  • Ph.D., Imperial College, London University 
  • Asset Pricing 
  • Treasury Management 
  • Real Operating Options 
  • Financial Sector Reform in Transitional Economies 
  • Corporate Finance 
  • Treasury Management 
  • Investment Analysis

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