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CTBC Business School and Bangkok Thonburi University Join to Promote Global Financial Leaders
Continuously developing and publicizing the excellent standards and teaching characteristics of Taiwan's higher education, and in response the global strategy and development layout with CTBC Financial Holding, President of CTBC Business School (CTBC), Dr. Kuang-Hsun Shih and other CTBC representatives visited Bangkok Thonburi University (BTU) in Thailand, and received the warmest receptions from Dr. Bangorn Benjathikul, President of BTU, Dr. Chaiyong Brahmawong, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Dr. Sutatip Tuachob, Dean of International College. Both schools signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) looking forward to accelerating the partnership and concrete practical cooperation whilst expanding CTBC’s international academic landscape for more Taiwanese students to be benefit from global education resources in the near future.

CTBC Financial Holding had successfully became a shareholder with Thailand’s LH Financial Group (LHFG) in 2017 and effectively promoted bilateral trade between Taiwan and Thailand. A large number of Southeast Asian financial talents will be in need for evolving a middle-class customer base to develop wealth management business. Thus, CTBC has been actively seeking and visiting several higher education institutions in Bangkok looking for seed players towards to be the global financiers of the next generation. CTBC President Shih pointed out the young people should get rid of the habit of looking over to the west, and take a further view and cooperate with the development of Taiwan's financial industry to find a different way to enrich themselves.

BTU is a comprehensive university, providing over 40 bachelor and master degrees inside a nearly 2,000 acres of campus. Areas of professional field include economics, law, medicine, engineering, art, education, tourism, sports and many other disciplines. In recent years, BTU was successfully founded as a demonstration school from kindergarten to high school advocating the persistent concept for continuing educational pathology from K-12 to higher education. Following up, CTBC and BTU will work together to establish the academic activities such as exchange of students and short-term teachers. Hope to create the opportunity for Taiwanese students traveling to Bangkok, Thailand and exploring the risks of local politics, economics and financial situation, meanwhile having a further understanding and learning from this central city of Southeast Asia by corresponding the new southbound policy.
  • CTBC President (the fifth from the right) had successfully signed MOU with BTU and a meeting with BTU President, Dr. Bangorn (the sixth from the left)
    CTBC President (the fifth from the right) had successfully signed MOU with BTU and a meeting with BTU President, Dr. Bangorn (the sixth from the left)
  • CTBC President Kuang-Hsun Shih (right) signing MOU between CTBC and BTU for future collaboration
    CTBC President Kuang-Hsun Shih (right) signing MOU between CTBC and BTU for future collaboration
  • CTBC President Kuang-Hsun Shih (second from the left) presented school souvenir to the President of BTU, Dr. Bangorn (third from the left)
    CTBC President Kuang-Hsun Shih (second from the left) presented school souvenir to the President of BTU, Dr. Bangorn (third from the left)
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