Tom Vinaimont, PhD

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Tom Vinaimont hails from Belgium where he obtained a doctorate in Finance from the KU Leuven. He was a visiting scholar at NYU's Stern Business School and an Assistant professor at the department of Economics and Finance at the City University of Hong Kong. Tom’s work on Finance appears in internationally refereed journals such as the Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, in policy-related publications on security design and law and practice and in the common law courts as defense expert witness on cases related to the functioning of financial markets and the trading of financial instruments. Tom received university-level excellence awards at CityUHK and NU for his contributions to teaching and learning.


Classes taught: CityUHK Financial Systems and Markets (2002, 2003), Financial Systems, Markets and Instruments (2003, 2008, 2013, 2014), Financial Risk Management (2004), Investments (2005), Derivatives and Risk Management (2005- 2009, 2011-2014),

International Financial Management (2005, 2009, 2010-2015), Financial Management and the International Firm (2011-2013); HKBU: International Financial Management (2016, 2017), Financial Management (2016), Corporate Finance (2017); Lanzhou University: International Finance (2016); Nazarbayev University: Financial Systems, Markets and Institutions (2017), Risk Management (2018), Financial Modeling (2018-2022), Credit Risk Modeling (2019, 2021-2022)

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