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Prof. Simon Shun-Man Ho

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Senior Assistant - Freight Manage...

Phone: (562) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.com
Local Address:  Hong Kong , China
LF Logistics
10350 Heritage Park Suite 200
Santa Fe Springs , California 90670
United States

Company Description: The LF Logistics Order Management Services team provides end-to-end supply chain consultancy services to our customers so that they can focus on their core...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Chairman of the Hong Kong Corporate Governance Council , Member of the Accountancy Training Board
    Vocational Training Council
  • Senior Advisor
    Shenzhen GTA Co.
  • Secretary
    HKRFP
  • Member of the Chinese Political Consultative Committee , Investor Education Advisory Committee
    Securities and Futures Commission
  • Founder
    Asia-Pacific Corporate Governance Conference

Education

  • BBA degree
    University of Washington ( USA )
  • M.Sc. degree ( with distinction ) , Information Systems
    London School of Economics
  • Ph.D. degree , Accounting
    University of Bradford ( UK )
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Web References
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Mr. Albert Wong, Vice President of the Society and Mr. Simon Ho, Secretary of the Society also flew to Shanghai to officiate the official launch of the program.
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Mr. Simon Ho commented that the launch of the HKRFP program in PRC is not all that smooht. Since signing the memorandum of understanding in October 2002, both the society and Orchard College faced a number of challenges such as the availability of course materials, examination arrangement and other accreditaion issues. "We must give credit to the staff of the Orchard College as they have put in extra time and efforts in editing the Chinese course materials. They have done a marvellous job within a very short time frame", said Mr. Simon Ho, who is also Chair of the Examination Committee of the Society. The HKRFP program was endorsed by the municipal givernment as one of the "Acute Demand Professional Program ºò¯Ê¤H¤~¥Ø".
About Us
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Professor Simon S.M. Ho, PhD
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Prof. Simon S.M. Ho joined the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) as Dean of the School of Business in January 2004.
Before joining HKBU, he taught at the School of Accountancy of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) for more than 20 years. He served as Director of the Centre for Accounting Disclosure and Corporate Governance from 1998 to 2004 and Director of the School of Accountancy at CUHK from 1995-2002. Under his leadership, CUHK became the first accounting school outside North America to receive the AACSB accreditation in 1998.
He was born and received basic education in Hong Kong. He obtained a BBA degree from the University of Washington (USA), a M.Sc. degree (with distinction) in Information Systems from the London School of Economics (UK), and a Ph.D. degree in Accounting from the University of Bradford (UK). He is a member of several professional organizations in accounting, information systems and financial planning.
Before joining the Chinese University in 1992, he was an audit staff at a certified public accountant's firm, a financial system analyst and assistant consultant at the Hong Kong Productivity Council. He was Chairperson of the Organizing Committee of the 2002 IAAER World Congress of Accounting Educators, Member of the Public Education Committee of Independent Commission Against Corruption, Editor-in-Chief of the Hong Kong Journal of Business Management, Guest Editor of the Management Accounting Research, and member of several committees of Hong Kong Society of Accountants.
Among major outside services, he is currently Chairman of the Hong Kong Corporate Governance Council, Member of the Accountancy Training Board of the Vocational Training Council, Member of the Inland Revenue Department Board of Review, Honorary Professor of Henan University, External Assessor of the Research Grant Council, the Vice President of the International Association for Accounting Education & Research (IAAER), Member of Advisory Board of the Asia-Pacific Conference on International Issues, Council Member of Asian Academic Accounting Association, Founding President and Council Member of Hong Kong Academic Accounting Association, and Foreign Advisors of the Japanese Institute of International Accounting and the Chinese Accounting Professors Association (CAPA).
He has been serving as a consultant or advisor to a number of companies and non-profit organizations including Hong Kong Women's Council, Hong Kong Productivity Council, Independent Commission Against Corruptions, Hong Kong Youth Institute, and Hong Kong Police. Currently he is also a Senior Advisor to the Shenzhen GTA Co. Ltd.
His major research interests include financial reporting and disclosure issues, corporate governance, strategic risk taking, business and professional ethics. He publishes in many international refereed journals and is a columnist in the local financial newspaper Hong Kong Economic Journal. His recent works on corporate governance, family ownership and disclosure in the region have received wide attention and several awards.
AAS Annual Conference - China and Inner Asia Session
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Chair: Simon Ho, University of Macau, Macau
About Us
www.iaaer.org [cached]
Professor Simon S.M. Ho, PhD
...
Prof. Simon S.M. Ho joined the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) as Dean of the School of Business in January 2004.
Before joining HKBU, he taught at the School of Accountancy of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) for more than 20 years. He served as Director of the Centre for Accounting Disclosure and Corporate Governance from 1998 to 2004 and Director of the School of Accountancy at CUHK from 1995-2002. Under his leadership, CUHK became the first accounting school outside North America to receive the AACSB accreditation in 1998.
He was born and received basic education in Hong Kong. He obtained a BBA degree from the University of Washington (USA), a M.Sc. degree (with distinction) in Information Systems from the London School of Economics (UK), and a Ph.D. degree in Accounting from the University of Bradford (UK). He is a member of several professional organizations in accounting, information systems and financial planning.
Before joining the Chinese University in 1992, he was an audit staff at a certified public accountant's firm, a financial system analyst and assistant consultant at the Hong Kong Productivity Council. He was Chairperson of the Organizing Committee of the 2002 IAAER World Congress of Accounting Educators, Member of the Public Education Committee of Independent Commission Against Corruption, Editor-in-Chief of the Hong Kong Journal of Business Management, Guest Editor of the Management Accounting Research, and member of several committees of Hong Kong Society of Accountants.
Among major outside services, he is currently Chairman of the Hong Kong Corporate Governance Council, Member of the Accountancy Training Board of the Vocational Training Council, Member of the Inland Revenue Department Board of Review, Honorary Professor of Henan University, External Assessor of the Research Grant Council, the Vice President of the International Association for Accounting Education & Research (IAAER), Member of Advisory Board of the Asia-Pacific Conference on International Issues, Council Member of Asian Academic Accounting Association, Founding President and Council Member of Hong Kong Academic Accounting Association, and Foreign Advisors of the Japanese Institute of International Accounting and the Chinese Accounting Professors Association (CAPA).
He has been serving as a consultant or advisor to a number of companies and non-profit organizations including Hong Kong Women's Council, Hong Kong Productivity Council, Independent Commission Against Corruptions, Hong Kong Youth Institute, and Hong Kong Police. Currently he is also a Senior Advisor to the Shenzhen GTA Co. Ltd.
His major research interests include financial reporting and disclosure issues, corporate governance, strategic risk taking, business and professional ethics. He publishes in many international refereed journals and is a columnist in the local financial newspaper Hong Kong Economic Journal. His recent works on corporate governance, family ownership and disclosure in the region have received wide attention and several awards.
Professor Simon Ho, Vice ...
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Professor Simon Ho, Vice Rector of the University of Macau: "We want our students to become citizens of the world"
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