You are cordially invited to 2015 TCFA (The Chinese Finance Association) Boston Chapter Fall Reception. We invited the Dr. Charles Wang, Chairman of Ceres Capital Management Co., Ltd and former TCFA president, to illustrate the challenges in asset management in the volatile global markets. Welcome to attend the insightful seminar with networking opportunities. The event is sponsored by both TCFA Boston Chapter and MIT Sloan Greater China Club.
Theme: The Challenge of Modern Wealth Management and Investment Strategies
Venue: MIT E51-325
Time: November 13th, Friday, 7:15pm-9:00 pm
Charles H. Wang, Ph.D, Chairman of Ceres Capital Management Co. Ltd
Dressing code: business casual
Min Yi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lucy Cheng (email@example.com)
Charles Wang is Chairman of Ceres Capital Management Co., Ltd, a hedge fund based in Shenzhen. Ceres runs various quantitative strategies including China equity market-neutral, China market long-short, China market quantitative equity, global asset allocation, and US market neutral strategies. Charles is a veteran in managing equity portfolios with over 20 years’ experience in both Chinese and global markets.
Prior to founding Ceres Capital, Charles held various positions at RXR Capital, Aeltus Investments, Putnam Investments, and especially at Acadian Asset Management where he spent almost a decade as portfolio manager and senior partner, and he was managing its award-winning emerging market fund (AEMGX, number one performer in 2000-2009). In 2010, he moved back to China, and took the leadership role at E-fund Asset Management (HK) as its CEO. In 2012, he joined Bosera Asset Management in Shenzhen to as CIO of Equity Quantitative Investment group, managing the largest quant portfolios in the industry with Bosera CSI 300 large-cap enhanced index funding being the best performing enhanced index fund in 2014.
In addition to his professional career, Charles has also been taking on numerous social responsibilities. He is interested in bridging the gaps and boosting cooperation between China and overseas where his experience in both markets can be leveraged. He was President of The Chinese Finance Association (TCFA), and a member of the Q Group and CQA (two of the most renowned institutional professional network in the U.S.). He is currently President of the Shenzhen Financial Professionals Association and a member of Shenzhen People’s Congress.
Charles received a B.S. in Mathematics from Peking University, an M.S. in Applied Mathematics from University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a Ph. D. in Finance from Yale University.
The Chinese Finance Association (TCFA) is a government registered non-profit organization aimed at facilitating the exchange of ideas, knowledge and information on education, research and practice in finance and related areas between the US and China. TCFA seeks to bring together the collective wisdom and expertise of scholars and professionals active in the field of finance in an effort to help the development of capital markets in China. TCFA further seeks to serve as the central venue to service its members in their professional development. In pursuit of these goals, TCFA and its local chapters organize and sponsor a broad range of activities including the best paper awards, career development workshops, seminars and annual conferences.
GCC (MIT Sloan Greater China Club) Introduction
The mission of the Greater China Club is to build a close-knit community for the growing number of Sloan students who are interested in issues, events and activities related to the Greater China region