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WEI-XIN HUANG is Adjunct Professor for Finance and Accounting, Webster University, Leiden and teaches at the Maastricht School of Management (MSM). His teaching includes courses at MBA, DBA, and EMBA level, including International Finance, Financial Institutions and Capital Markets, International Trade, Risk Management in Banking, Investment Bank and Fund management. He is also a regular Guest Lecturer at various universities in Europe and the Far East. He is a consultant on Asia Projects for both Deloitte & Touche International, Holland and for the European Savings Banks Association.
He is the Senior Manager and Far East Specialist at Fortisbank SA/NV, in Rotterdam, Netherlands.He has been a career banker with Fortisbank since 1990, when he joined ex-Mees Pierson before the take-over of Fortis – the resulting Fortisbank has its headquarters in Brussels and has employees operating throughout the world. During this period he worked in the business line for emerging markets. He was in charge of Asia before the merger with General Bank and later transferred to Brussels as Area Head of North Asia. He has worked along this line and has been active in institutional banking for most of his banking career.
Alongside this, Huang also delivers training for bankers in emerging markets both internally and externally. As an adjunct professor in several universities, he also teaches banking and finance for MBA/EMBA/DBA students. With his hands-on banking background he has the rare privilege of being a bridge between the academic ivory tower and the banking reality.
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Banks and banking -- Developing countries.
Correspondent banks -- Developing countries.