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Kenny Tang

Professor of Corporate Responsibility

PhD, Judge Business School Cambridge University

Kenny Tang PhD CFA   Professor of Corporate Citizenship and Business Ethics  PhD (Judge Business School, Cambridge University), MSc (Oxford University)  Kenny Tang, a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), teaches Corporate Social Responsibility and Socially Responsible Investment from a background of postgraduate degrees from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. His investment banking experience at UBS allied with his strategy consultancy experience with Stern Stewart and KPMG enabled him to develop research interests ranging from weather trading, carbon finance to offshore renminbi finance.   He earned his doctorate of business administration in business strategy at The Judge Business School, Cambridge University and a Masters from the University of Oxford. He is dubbed “Asia’s Al Gore” by global investment bank, Bank of America Merrill Lynch for his public speaking and activist work giving lectures and talks on the business impact of weather, climate change and other environmental issues around the world.    Kenny is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder – the world’s leading professional qualification in asset management and investment banking. A member of the Global Judging Panel of the Wall Street Journal’s Global Technology Innovation Awards since 2004, he has written regularly for the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal.  He has authored/edited 9 books including:   (1) CRISISnomics, Credit and Climate – From Today’s Planetary Liabilities to Tomorrow’s Sustainable Assets (2009)  (2) CARBONomics – A Guide to Carbon Finance (2010)  (3) WASTEnomics – Turning Waste Liabilities into Assets (2008) (4) Green CITYnomics – The Urban War against Climate Change (2009)  (5) WEATHERnomics - Weather Risk Management for Corporations (2010)  His latest book: “YUANomics – Offshoring the Chinese Renminbi: A Guide to the Internationalisation of the Renminbi for Corporations, Investors and Governments” (2013) traces the business, trade and financial implications of the internationalisation of the Chinese currency – renminbi.