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Albert K. Ting

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Chairman CX Technology & Lawrence S. Ting Memorial Foundation


Mr. Albert Ting is the Chairman of CX Technology Corporation, Chairman of Phu Hung Securities and Phu Hung Fund Management of Vietnam. Born in Taipei, Mr. Ting has been a long term investor of Vietnam over the last 30 years. Mr. Ting is a graduate of Harvard University and MIT Sloan School of Management.

Mr. Ting is a 2011 Eisenhower Fellow and a training program graduate of the Federal Executive Institute of the United States Office of Personnel Management. Mr. Ting is also an Honorable Fellow of Chinese Military Academy and an Honorary Alumnus of National Chi Nan University.

Mr. Ting also serves as the Chairman of World Vision Taiwan, Chairman of Lawrence S. Ting Memorial Foundation, Chairman of Walter Fei Memorial Foundation, a Member of Germany’s Global Solutions Initiative Multistakeholder Council, a Member of Steering Committee of Digital Asia Hub, a Board Member of MIT Sloan School Asia Executive Board a Director of Association for Victims Support affiliated with Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office and a Member of Eisenhower Fellowship President’s Advisory Council.

In the past, Mr. Ting served as Vice President of Morgan Stanley in the United Kingdom. Mr. Ting served as a Director of First Commercial Bank and was appointed by Taiwan’s Ministry of Finance as its representative on the board of Mega Financial Holdings. Mr. Ting also served as a Member of MIT Sloan School Asia Executive Board, President of MIT Alumni Association of Taiwan, Trustee of the Fay School, Massachusetts and a Professor of Practice of National Normal University.

Mr. Ting has been awarded Ministry of Defense Honorary Memorial Insignia, a Certificate of Merit from the National Academy of Civil Service, a Certificate of Merit from Hanoi Stock Exchange, a Certificate of Merit from People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, and a Certificate of Merit from the Minister of Justice of Vietnam