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Home > About HKCC > Staff Directory > Division of Business > WONG, Benjamin Yum-fun
Division of Business
Dr WONG, Benjamin Yum-fun

Senior Lecturer 高級講師

BBA (CUHK); MBA (British Columbia); DBA (Newcastle)

Email: ccben@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk

Teaching and Scholarly Interests:

  • Accounting & Finance

Dr Benjamin Wong Yum-fun holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong where he graduated with honours, 2nd class upper division and was awarded the Ho Tim Scholarship in 1978, a Master of Business Administration from University of British Columbia in Canada, and Doctor of Business Administration from the University of Newcastle in Australia.

Prior to joining HKCC, Dr Wong spent 8 years teaching at University of Macau where he was named the "Most Popular Lecturer" in the Faculty of Business Administration in 1998. Dr Wong has also taught at Hong Kong Baptist University, the Macau Monetary Authority, and the Macau Management Association. Dr Wong is also an Executive Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Marketing.

Other than teaching, Dr Wong also possesses experience in the banking industry where he has served as a Credit Analyst at different times at Lloyds Bank (UK) and the Bank of Nova Scotia (Canada), as an Assistant Manager at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), and as a Credit Controller at Standard Chartered Finance Ltd (UK).

Dr Wong has written many articles in journals, including "Overreaction: A Study of the Hong Kong Stock Market" which was published in the New Zealand Journal of Business, Vol.18, No.1, P.13-27 (Benjamin Wong et al. Proceedings, Academy of International Business South-east Asia Regional Conference, New Zealand, June 1996).