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Mr. Albert Ip is an international banking and real estate professional with 33 years of experience at Citigroup, First National Bank of Chicago, Wells Fargo Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York City, San Francisco, Hong Kong and Asia. His areas of expertise are in corporate banking, real estate finance, transaction banking, risk management and wealth management. He was appointed Senior Credit Officer/Real Estate Specialist of Citigroup in 1990, and Managing Director in 2003. He was the Managing Director of Investments at Merrill Lynch (Asia Pacific) from 2008 to 2011 and a Staff Accountant at Price Waterhouse in Pittsburgh, USA in 1977-1978.
Mr. Ip is a Council and Court Member of Lingnan University, a member of International Advisory Board, College of Business at City University of Hong Kong, a member of the International Advisory Council Asia Member of Washington University in St. Louis, a Council Member of Cornell University, a Member of International Advisory Committee at University of Macau, a Member/Governor of the Technological & Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong and Chairman of Vocational Training Council Fund Raising Steering Committee. He has been a frequent guest speaker at Washington University in St. Louis, Peking University, Tsinghua University and local universities in Hong Kong and Macau. He is an Executive Fellow in Asia of Washington University in St. Louis, Adjunct Professors of Lingnan University and City University of Hong Kong and a Beta Gamma Sigma Honoree at City University of Hong Kong.
Mr. Ip is a Co-opted Finance Committee member of Urban Renewal Authority, a board member of the Hong Kong-America Centre, and a Member of the Investment Task Group at the Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington University in St. Louis in Applied Mathematics & Computer Science (summa cum laude) and Master’s degrees from Cornell University and Carnegie-Mellon University in Applied Mathematics and Accounting/Finance respectively.
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