Name: HO, Kin Keung Kenneth
Position: Associate Professor, Financial Mathematics

Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • Ph.D. in Business Administration, Tarlac State University, Philippines
  • LL.B. (eqv.) Diploma in Law and Business, Hong Kong Shue Yan College, Hong Kong
  • M.B.A. with emphasis in Management and Financial Economics, Taiwan Ministry of Education, Taiwan
  • B.A. in Commerce (Business Administration), National Taiwan University, Taiwan
  • Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK
  • Fellow, Chartered Management Institute, UK
  • Fellow, The London Institute of Banking & Finance (former ifs University College), UK
Research Areas
  • Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
  • Bank Management
  • Strategic Management
Publications and Work Experience
  • New English textbook in progress:

“Bank Management, Financial Services, and Commercial Lending”
Part 1 and 2: The General Banking Principles and Financial Services; Part 3: Investment Products and Vehicles; Part 4: Financial Institutions, Bank Lending and Credit Risk Management; Part 5: Regulation and Supervision of Financial System; Part 6: . . .

  • Dr. Ho has years of professional banking experience with 15 years working in Asia and 25 years working in Northern California, USA.  He had served the following financial institutions in different locations with highest position as commercial bank CEO in San Francisco, USA:
  1. Vice President, Bank of America, Hong Kong, Brunei, and San Francisco
  2. General Manager, Panin International Finance Corporation, Limited, Hong Kong
  3. Chief Executive Officer (CEO), National American Bank, San Francisco
  4. Executive Vice President and Head of Northern California Region, The Bank of East Asia (USA), San Francisco
  • Dr. Ho joined UIC in 2011 as Assistant Professor in Finance, and was later appointed Programme Director of Finance (2012 – 2014). He led and completed the OBTL syllabi project, the HKBU Re-accreditation Package for Finance Programme, the External Examiners Review, and the Criterion-Referenced Assessment (CRA) implementation.
Courses Taught/Teaching at UIC
  1. Money and Banking
  2. Banking and Credit
  3. Strategic Management
  4. International Business
  5. Business Communications
  6. Business in a Changing World
  7. Introduction to Financial Accounting