Fiona Tsang
Fiona Tsang

I graduated from Queensland University of Technology (“QUT”) in Australia with a Bachelor in Business, majoring in Professional Accounting, and a Master’s in Advanced Accounting. I spent almost 8 years studying and working in Australia, and after obtaining my CPA qualification, I decided to return to Hong Kong and join the Financial Services industry. I consider myself to be a cheerful, passionate person, working as a Financial Controller at IvyRock Asset Management (HK) Limited.

I have been with the Financial Services industry for more than 10 years, including my most recent 6 years in the Asset Management, Alternative Investment sectors. I treasure the experience of working with prestigious sovereign wealth funds, renowned global institutions and privileged high net worth private investors. I have gained substantial experience in onshore Greater China and Hong Kong’s public equity market investment, and my passion for this industry keeps me learning something new every day.

The knowledge that I have gained at work is extremely helpful when it comes to managing my own portfolio and investments, and planning for lifelong investment returns. The concrete and hands-on experience I have acquired from working in the Asset Management industry allows me to conduct site visits and carry out in-depth analyses when the opportunity arises, especially in Asian countries, where Foreign Direct Investment can be significant.

After working in the Financial Services industry for over a decade, I hope to improve my leadership skills and further develop my career and personal skills by studying for an MBA. Moreover, I hope to broaden my network by meeting more industry veterans and peers who are experts in their own fields. As we continue to learn from HKU’s renowned professors, we will broaden our knowledge, adding value to our work and enriching our own personal development.

As Hong Kong is located in the heart of Asia’s financial hub, I hope to meet more industry experts through the MBA classes, seminars, workshops, the MBA’s office, and professors’ introductions. There are some Asian countries with high potential for Foreign Direct Investment, capital market expansion, and so on, that I hope we have a chance to visit on field trips in the near future. Those will be wonderful and unique experiences.

So far, my MBA class experience has been enriching. I have been able to establish relationships with talented classmates from various industries, including banking and finance, retail, asset management, technology, and start-up companies.