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Yong-Ro Yoon
Vice-Chairman/FSC

Mr. Yong-Ro Yoon is currently a vice-chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission(FSC) and a chairman of the Securities & Futures Commission(SFC). He served as Standing Commissioner, SFC(2005); Director-General, Financial Supervision Policy Bureau II, FSC(2003); Director-General, Public Information Officer, FSC(2002); Northeast Asia Research Institute, Columbia University(2001); Director, Banking Division/Foreign Exchange Market Division Ministry of Finance & Economy(MOFE)(1998); Director, Consumption Tax Division, MOFE(1997); Director, Customs Cooperation Division, MOFE(1997); Korea Institute of Finance, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, U.S(1993); Deputy Director, Financial Bureau, Ministry of Finance(MOF)(1989); Deputy Director, Treasury Bureau, Economic Cooperation Bureau, MOF(1978). He received his M.A. in Public Policy and Administration from University of Minnesota, U.S. and B.A. in English, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea.
 
 
Thomas Schneeweis
Professor/University of Massachusetts / CISDM

Professor Thomas Schneeweis is Michael and Cheryl Philip professor of finance at the school of management at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He is a founding director of the chartered alternative investment analyst association(CAIA) and the center for international securities and derivatives markets(CISCM). He is also the founding member of the journal of alternatives investment. Professor Schneeweis has published widely and has provided commentary on various U.S., Europe and Asian financial news program.
 
 
Richard Spurgin
Professor/Clark University

Richard Spurgin is an Associate Professor of Finance at Clark University. He holds a Bachelors degree in Mathematics from Dartmouth College and a PhD in Finance from the University of Massachusetts. Professor Spurgin worked as a fixed-income research analyst prior to joining Clark. He has also been actively involved with futures exchanges, having served on the institutional investments advisory committee for NYMEX and the Index Committee for the LME metals index. He currently serves on the advisory board of the Journal of Alternative Investments, on the curriculum committee for the Chartered Alternative Investment Analysts Association, and the grant advisory committee for the Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research. Professor Spurgin is also Associate Director of CISDM, a research center that focuses on alternative investments and is a principal of the consulting firm Alternative Investment Analytics LLC located in Amherst, Massachusetts.
 
 
Virginia Parker
CEO/Parker Global Strategy

Ms. Virginia Reynolds Parker is the founder and president of Parker Global Strategies, a firm which specializes in custom designing and managing Funds of Hedge Funds for institutional clients across the globe. From 1988 until 1995, Ms. Parker was managing director and director of research and risk management at Ferrell Capital Management, where she guided the firm’s portfolio structuring, asset allocation strategies, new product development and risk management. Previously, she was the chief investment officer for a family office. Ms. Parker earned an AB in economics and political science from Duke University. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst, a member of The New York Society of Security Analysts, The Stamford Society of Security Analysts, The International Association of Financial Engineers, a founding member and angel of 100 Women in Hedge Funds, and serves on the Board of The Foundation for Managed Derivatives Research.
 
 
Chang-Joo Kang
Executive Director/Hana Daetoo Investment & Securities

Mr. Chang Joo Kang is currently an Executive Director of Hana Daetoo Investment & Securities. He was a head of A.I. Divison of CJ Asset Management Co., LTD.(2004-2005); a director of Spectrum Advisors ASIA Pte., Ltd.(Singapore)(2002-2004); a director of Chinkara Capital Pte., Ltd.(Singapore)(2000-2002); a vice president of Daewoo Securities Pte., Ltd.(Singapore)(1999-2000); a manager of Morning Shinhan Securities(Korea/Hong Kong Good)(1993-1999).
 
 
Jong-Bin Kim
Head of Sales/Woori Futures

Mr. Kim is currently the head of sales(Equity, Fixed Income, Currency, Futures and Options) at Woori Futures. He received his B.A. from Hanyang University and MBA from Long Island University. Prior to Woori Futures, he works at the Chase Manhattan Bank New York, and International Finance Division at Hyundai Corporation.
 
 
Stephen Figlewski
Editor/Professor/The Journal of Derivatives/New York University

Stephen Figlewski is a Professor of Finance at the New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business, where he has been since 1976. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Princeton University and a Ph.D in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has published extensively in academic journals, especially in the area of financial futures and options. He is the founding Editor of The Journal of Derivatives and an Associate Editor for several other journals. He also edits the Financial Economics Network's two "Derivatives" series published over the Internet. He is the director of the NASDAQ Derivatives Research Project, which is a research initiative at the Stern School that supports applied and theoretical research on derivatives and promotes intellectual interchange between academics and practitioners in derivatives, risk management, and financial engineering.
 
 
Robert W. Kolb
Professor/Loyola University

After earning two Ph.D.s from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill(philosophy 1974, finance 1978), Kolb has served as a professor of finance at professor at the University of Florida, Emory University, the University of Miami, and the University of Colorado, and now at Loyola University Chicago. During this time, he published more than 50 academic research articles and more than 20 books, most focusing on financial derivatives and their applications to risk management. In 1990, he founded Kolb Publishing Company to publish finance and economics university texts, built the company’s list over the ensuing years, and sold the firm to Blackwell Publishers of Oxford, England in 1995. While at the University of Miami, Kolb served as the chairman of the finance department and was the John S. and James L. Knight Professor of Finance. From 2003-2006 Kolb served at the University of Colorado in Boulder as a Professor of Finance and as Assistant Dean for Business and Society, where he led the school’s program in business ethics.
 
 
Don Chance
Professor/Louisiana State University

Don M. Chance holds the William H. Wright, Jr. Endowed Chair for Financial Services at the E. J. Ourso College of Business Administration at Louisiana State University. He was formerly the First Union Professor of Financial Risk Management at the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. Professor Chance has had numerous articles published and authored three books: An Introduction to Derivatives and Risk Management, Analysis of Derivatives for the CFA Program, and Essays in Derivatives. He is a frequent to companies, organizations, and law firms.
 
 
Alan L. Tucker
Professor/Pace University & Stern School of Business(NYU)

Dr. Tucker was the Founding Editor of the Journal of Financial Engineering. He currently serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Derivatives. He is a co-owner of www.Riskcenter.com and a principal of Marshall, Tucker & Associates, LLC(www.mtaglobal.com). Dr. Tucker's publications have appeared in the Journal of Financial Economics(JFE), Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, and others. He has served as an expert witness in complex financial litigation, including some of the leading tax sheltering cases in the U.S. Dr. Tucker is the recipient of the coveted Jensen Prize, given by the JFE.
 
 
Sang-Ben Lee
Professor/Hanyang University

Sang Bin Lee is Professor of Finance at Hanyang University in Korea. He was a commissioner of Securities & Futures Commission, president of the Korean Securities Association and an independent director and member of the risk management committee at Hana Bank in Korea. He has published extensively in academic journals and two books at Oxford University Press. Two more books entitled “The Risk Paradigm: Understanding Modern Financial Institutions and Business Models” and “Financial Modeling for Options, Futures and Derivatives” are forthcoming at Oxford University Press. He is the co-author of the Ho-Lee Model, the first and a widely cited arbitrage-free interest rate model. He received his Ph.D. in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
 
 
Hee-Baek Kwon
Head Proprietary Trading Division/Hanwha Securities Co., Ltd

Mr. Hee-Baek Kwon received his B.A. from Sogang University, MBA(Finance & Investment Banking) from University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A. He was a head of Risk Risk Management Team; Head of Financial Engineering Team; Head of Innovation Team; Head of Proprietary Trading Division of Hanwha Securities Co., Ltd.
 
 
Hossein Kazemi
Professor/University of Massachussetts/CISDM

Dr. Kazemi is a Professor of Finance at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is an Associate Director of Center for International Securities & Derivatives Markets, a nonprofit organization devoted to research in the area of alternative investments and home to CISDM Hedge Fund/CTA Database. He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Alternative Investments and The Financial Review, and is a member of the curriculum and examination board of the Association for Chartered Alternative Investment Analysts. His research has been in the areas of valuations of equity and fixed income securities, asset allocation for traditional and alternative asset classes, evaluation and replication of active management investment products. He is a managing partner of Alternative Investment Analytics, LLC, an investment and consulting firm offering investment products and services in hedge fund, CTA and commodity areas. He has a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Michigan.
 
 
Josef Kang
Portfolio Manager/K3 Capital Management

Josef Kang was previously an Executive Director at ABN Amro Bank NV where he headed up the bank's global Asian equity distribution platform. Prior to joining ABN Amro, Josef was a Managing Director at Corevest Capital Management. Before this, he headed up Korean equity sales at Good Morning Shinhan Securities and Deutsche Bank. Josef has 12 years of experience in Asian equities. 
Josef holds a M.A .(Hons) in both Modern History and Jurisprudence from Trinity College, Oxford.
 
 
Sam Y. Chung
Professor/Long Island University

Dr. Sam Y. Chung is Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Finance at the School of Business -Long Island University in New York City, USA. Dr. Chung is also a research associate of Center for International Securities and Derivatives Markets(CISDM) at the University of Massachusetts and Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Alternative Investments. In the Hedge Funds industry, Dr. Chung has had 12+ years of experience as an active researcher, advisor, and senior manager. Dr. Chung is currently the Vice President and Director of Risk Management at the Parker Global Strategies LLC. Dr. Chung received his Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Master of Finance from Boston College, and M.B.A from Illinois State University. Dr. Chung is an active member of both Academic and Practical Affiliations such as American Finance Association(AFA), Financial Management Association(FMA), European Finance Association(EFA), and Alternative Investment Management Association(AIMA). Dr. Chung currently also serves the Korea-America Finance Association(KAFA) as Secretary General.
 
 
Chang-Hyun Yun
Professor/University of Seoul

Dr. Chang-Hyun Yun is currently a professor of University of Seoul. He taught in Myong-Ji university(1995-2005), Korea University(1994-1995), Korea Institute of Finance(1993-1994). He received his B.A. in Physics & Ecomomics, M.A. in Economics from Seoul National University, and Ph.D in Economics from the University of Chicago. He is a current member of Forex Risk Management Committee(Inchon Airport Corporation), Committee of Development of NACF(National Agricultural Cooperative Federation), Product Development Committee(Korea Securities and Futures Exchange), Board of Directors(SK Networks Corporation), Board of Directors(New Right Foundation), and a CEO of Barun Banking and Public Finance Forum.
 
 
Eun-Jung Yeo
Research Fellow/KIF

Dr. Eun-Jung Yeo is a research fellow at the Korea Institute of Finance(KIF). She has interests in both theoretical and applied issues in corporate finance, industrial organization and behavioral finance. Currently, her main research area at the KIF focuses on stock & derivatives markets and other financial market issues, such as M & As, hedge funds, money market, etc.
She earned her doctoral degree in economics at the University of Michigan. There, she developed a theoretical model and empirical test regarding agents’ incentives and behavioral characteristics, using corporate financial data. She earned her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering at Seoul National University.
 
 
Jennifer Ilkiw
Director, Asia Pacific/ICE

Jennifer Ilkiw is a director of the Intercontinental Exchange’s??(NYSE: ICE) Asia Pacific operations. ICE operates the leading global, electronic marketplace for trading both futures and OTC energy contracts and the leading soft commodity exchange. 
Prior to joining ICE, Ms Ilkiw opened and managed the Asia Pacific office of the New York Mercantile Exchange and helped to develop Singapore as a commodity derivatives trading centre in her role as Assistant Director with the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
 
 
Matthew Moran
Executive Vice President/CBOE

Mr. Moran mastered his MBA at Univ. of Illnois. He worked with ERISA plans and other institutional investors at Harris Bank(1980~1985). He was a former vice president of Chicago mercantile exchange from 1985 to 1997 and also served as senior Attorney. During this period he made excellent relationships with pension fund sponsors and other institutional investors. He has published various articles including 'institutional investor journals', 'the Journal of Indexes.' and 'the Commodities Law Letter' and among others. Currently he is a vice president of Chicago Board Options Exchange since 1997.
 
 
Seung Ho Shin
Vice President/Credit Suisse Securities

Mr. Shin received his B.A. from Yonsei University. He worked at the treasury department (Foreign Exchange Derivatives products), Union Bank of California - Seoul Branch(1998 – 2000); Overseas Sales team(Overseas OTC Derivatives), Derivatives Sales team(OTC Derivatives regarding securities), Derivatives Financial Engineering team(OTC Derivatives Trading regarding securities), LG Investment Securities(currently Woori Investment Securities)(2000 – 2003). He is currently a vice president of the Credit Suisse Securities(formerly CSFB) Seoul Branch, working on OTC Derivatives & Structured Product Marketing and ELW(Equity Linked Warrant) Marketing.
 
 
Young-Seock Shin
Managing Director, Strategy & Management/Samsung Futures

Dr. Young-Seock Shin received his Ph. D im finance from Pennsylvania University. He is Currently Managing Director, Strategy & Management, Samsung Futures. Prior to this, he was Managing Director, International Sales & Marketing, Samsung Futures(2005-2007); Executive Director, Derivative Sales & Marketing, Samsung Securities(2005); Senior Vice President, Derivative Sales & Marketing, Samsung Securities(2002); Team Head, Equity Futures & Options Trading, Samsung Securities(1999); Portfolio Manager, Vice President, CDC Investment Management Corp(1995).
 
 
Guan Ong
Chief Investment Officer/Korea Investment Corporation

Mr. Guan Ong is Chief Investment Officer of Korea Investment Corporation. Prior to joining KIC, Guan served as Global CIO of Prudential Financial Group and was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Prudential Asset Management between 2004 and 2005. He joined Prudential Financial in Hong Kong as a fixed income portfolio manager in 1998. And in 2000, he started Prudential’s Singapore office where he was responsible for developing a team that focuses on research and trading in Asian fixed income. Guan began his career in 1990 with Credit Suisse First Boston(CSFB) London and spent over six years in a variety of responsibilities, including as the financial advisor to Sweden when it restructured its banks during its banking crisis of 1993-94. In 1996, he moved to Hong Kong to join Lehman Brothers where he was responsible for corporate credit research and worked with Lehman’s Asian proprietary distressed asset team. 
Guan graduated from Imperial College, London in 1986 with a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. For four consecutive years(2001-2004), Guan was voted No. 1 by The Asset magazine as the most astute investor in Asian dollar bonds.
 
 
Tong-Suk Kim
Professor/KAIST Graduate School of Finance

Dr. Kim mastered his B.A at Santa Clara. He received Ph.D in finance from Ohio State University. He worked at Korea Investment & Securities in Korea as reengineering consultant(1996). Next year, he worked at Chung-Buk Bank in Korea as a consultant(1997). His key research areas are Financial Engineering, Invest Analysis Pricing, and International Finance. He has published numerous publications; Stock Price Response to Corporate Layoff Announcements, (Co-author: G.H. Joh), 'Dynamic Non-Myopic Portfolio Behavior', (Co-author: Edward Omberg) and so on. Currently he is a assistant proffessor of finance at KAIST Graduate School of Management in Korea.
 
 
Han-Joon Kim
Head, Global Markets/ABN AMRO Bank, Korea

Mr. Han-Joon Kim is currently a head of Global Markets, ABN AMRO Bank, Korea. Prior to ABN AMRO, he was a research fellow of Korea Development Institute(KDI)(1993-1995); Trader of Derivatives Trading Team, Project Finance Team, Korea First Bank(1995-1997); Manager of Treasury Deptment, Treasury Marketing Unit, Citibank, N.A., Seoul(1997-2000); Executive Director, Derivatives Marketing, FICC, Goldman Sachs Asia, Hong Kong(2000-2003); Head of Debt Capital Market and C&R Sales,JP Morgan Securities, Korea(2003-2007).
 
 
Pil-Kyu Kim
Research Fellow/KSRI

Dr. Pil Kyu Kim joined Korea Securities Research Institute(KSRI) 2005. The major research areas of Dr. Pil Kyu Kim are bond market, structured finance market and corporate finance. Prior to joining KSRI, he worked for Korea Ratings which is one of the major domestic rating agencies in Korea. He was heading the Strategic Planning Team following the Public and Finance Rating Team and Asset-Backed Securities Team in Korea Ratings. Dr. Pil Kyu Kim earned the Ph.D. from Business Administration of Seoul National University.
 
 
Jae-Keun Yoon
Head, Financial Derivatives Trading Team/KDB

Mr. Yoon is curretly a head of the Financial Derivatives Trading Team, Korea Development Bank(KDB). He was a dealer, Foreign Exchange Section(1989-1992); A member of task force for developing electronic processing system of the back-office operation(1992-1993); Assistant Manager, Foreign Exchange and Money Market Section(1993-1995); Assistant Manager, Derivatives Section(1995-1997); Senior Manager, Financial Engineering Team, Trading Department(1999-2002); Senior Manager/ Options and Structured Products(2002-2002); Deputy General Manage / International Finance Department(2002-2004), The Korea Development Bank, Seoul, Korea. He received his B.A. from Yonsei University, and M.A. from Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, Durham, N.C., U.S.A.
 
 

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