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Risk Management and Business Intelligence Program (RMBI) students are required to complete a capstone project in group in their final study year. Capstone Projects are sponsored by companies which offer real business cases for students to apply their knowledge to analyze the problems and provide solutions. The supporting companies come from diverse fields such as AIA Group, Bloomberg L.P., Société Générale, Wing Lung Bank, Hospital Authority and Hong Kong Jockey Club. Best 5 Capstone Projects are awarded to recognize students’ efforts and achievements.
Award for Outstanding RMBI Capstone Projects Presentation Ceremony 2017/18 was held on 24 May 2018 to present awards to the best 5 Capstone Projects listed below:
Project Title: Replication of Standard Portfolio Analysis of risk (SPAN) for Margin Calculation in Chinese Exchanges
Supervisor: Prof. Xianhua PENG
Students: 1) Vedanth GOWDARA VENKATA REDDY, 2) Ujjwal MALIK
Project Title: Stock Dividend Forecast using Recurrent Networks
Supervisor: Prof. Kani CHEN
Students: 1) FENG Shuo, 2)WANG Ziyi, 3) WU Shangzhe
Project Title: Creating a System Using Financial News to Recommend Stocks or Other Profiles to Current Traders
Supervisor: Prof. Lei CHEN
Students: 1) CHAN Lai Kit, 2) CHAN Tsz Lok, 3) LEUNG Jasper Wing Chun
Project Title: Exploring trending designers in the world: A Big Data approach
Supervisor: Dr. Jiying WANG
Students: 1) LEUNG Wing Kei, 2) NGAN Chung Kei, 3) YIM Ka Wai
Project Title: Beating the Simple Mean: Analytics to Predict Corporate Earnings
Supervisor: Dr. Kris PAN
Students: 1) LI Chin Wa, 2) LIN Xiafen, 3) Antti VIITALA
Prof. Raymond WONG, RMBI Program Director, Dr. Jiying WANG, UG Coordinator and Dr. Kris PAN, Project Supervisor, attended the ceremony and presented the award certificates. Awardees shared with fellow classmates their project findings and solutions to facilitate mutual learning.
If your company is interested in supporting the Capstone Projects, you may contact Ms. Mayumi LAU at 3469 2399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.