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Adult Education Fellow - In Conversation with Annie Koh
21 Feb 2014: Interview with Annie Koh (Part 2)

Biography

Singapore Management University
V3 Group Professor of Family Entrepreneurship; Professor of Finance (Practice); Vice-President, Office of Business Development, Singapore Management University

1988, PhD, Fulbright scholar, in International Finance, Stern School of Business, New York University. With Singapore Management University (SMU): previous portfolios include positions as Associate Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Business and Dean, Office of Executive & Professional Education; currently, V3 Group Professor of Family Entrepreneurship, Vice-President Business Development; Finance Professor (Practice); Academic Director, Business Families Institute and International Trading Institute. Former Member of the Board: K1 Ventures. Member of the Board: Prudential Assurance Company Singapore; Family Firm Institute. Chair: Finance and Investment Committee, GovTech Singapore Board; Asian Bond Fund 2 Supervisory Committee, Monetary Authority of Singapore. Member of the Board: Singapore’s Central Provident Fund, serving on the SkillsFuture HR Sectoral Tripartite Committee, HR Certification Taskforce. Lead Independent Director, Health Management International. Conference speaker, panel moderator and commentator. Advises start-up firms such as Stashaway and Staff-on-Demand. Research interests are in family office and family business, investor behaviour, alternate investments and enterprise risk management. Recipient: Singapore Public Administration Medal, Bronze (2010), Silver (2016), and the Adult Education Prism Award (2017) for contributions to the education and public sectors.

EDUCATION

1988 PhD International Finance New York University

1985 M Phil International Finance New York University

1976 Bachelor of Social Science & Economics (Hons) National University of Singapore

CURRENT APPOINTMENTS

2012-Present Vice President, Office of Business Development and External Relations

2012-Present Academic Director Centre for Professional Studies / Financial Training Institute / Business Families Institute / International Trading Institute@SMU

2007-2012 Dean, Office of Executive and Professional Education, Singapore Management University

2007-Present Academic Director, International Trading Institute @ SMU

AWARDS, RECOGNITION AND HONORS

  • The Public Administration Medal (Bronze): National Day Award 2010
  • FM Grant for Research Studies on Current Financial Market Issues, 2010
  • Conferred NUS Teaching Excellence Award, 1999
  • Beta Gamma Sigma, 1986
  • Fulbright Scholar, 1983–1988
  • Philip Morris Fellowship, 1983–1985
  • Monetary Authority of Singapore Scholarship, 1975

RESEARCH INTERESTS, RECOGNITION AND HONORS

  • The Public Administration Medal (Bronze): National Day Award 2010
  • FM Grant for Research Studies on Current Financial Market Issues, 2010
  • Conferred NUS Teaching Excellence Award, 1999
  • Beta Gamma Sigma, 1986
  • Fulbright Scholar, 1983–1988
  • Philip Morris Fellowship, 1983–1985
  • Monetary Authority of Singapore Scholarship, 1975
  • RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Family Office and Family Business Research
  • Investor Behaviour
  • Alternate Investments
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Private Equity
  • Financial Innovation
  • Wealth Management

SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES (REFEREED)

  • One Global City, Singapore Perspectives 2010
  • An analysis of extreme price shocks and illiquidity among systematic trend followers, The Review of Futures Markets, 2010 (with Bernard Lee, Shih-Fen Cheng)

SELECTED BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS (AUTHORED OR CO-AUTHORED)

  • “Financial Management: Theory and Practice, An Asia Edition” by Annie Koh / Ser-Keng Ang /Eugene F. Brigham / Michael C. Ehrhardt, Cengage Learning Asia, 2014 " Financing Internationalisation: Growth Strategies of Successful Companies (Chinese Version)", by Annie KOH, IE Singapore, Singapore , 2004 " Financing Internationalisation: Growth Strategies of Successful Companies (English Version)", by Annie KOH, IE Singapore, Singapore , 2004
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