About Hao Quach
Dr. Hao Quach started his academic career in 1998. He joined the University of Lincoln, Business School in January 2014. Prior to that he had worked either as a lecturer or as a research fellow at a number of universities, including Harvard University (United States), California State University at Long Beach (United States), University of Salford-Manchester (United Kingdom), University of Liverpool (United Kingdom), University of Birmingham (United Kingdom), National Economics University (Vietnam) and National University of Vietnam in Hanoi (Vietnam). He has published research in areas of capital markets with specific focus on pricing models, business valuation, investment strategies, corporate governance, behavioral finance, banking system and microfinance.
His academic career has been well supported by his extensive private sector experience. He has been working in capital markets as an investment banker since 2006. He served as a member of the board of directors and Vice CEO of a leading investment bank and a board member and investment committee member of an asset management company focusing on Vietnam and Japan markets. He also sat on board of directors of several listed companies in Vietnam. He has intensive knowledge about financial system and capital markets and has been speaking at many investment conferences in East and Southeast Asia, Europe and North America.
Dr. Hao Quach follows professional practice route in his academic career. Most of his research time is devoted to applying academic knowledge to real-world problems. He found and oversees the Lincoln Student Managed Investment Fund (LSMIF), one of very few of this kind in the UK, that invests in shares of companies listed on London Stock Exchange just like an investment fund in the real world. The fund is entirely run and managed by students and investments are linked to their study. More information about this fund can be found at http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/lsmif or https://lsmif.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk
Dr. Hao Quach is a Fulbright Scholar/Research Fellow at Harvard University (United States). He holds a PhD (Accounting and Finance), MBA (International Banking and Finance) from the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) and a BSc (Economics of Banking and Finance) from National Economics University (Vietnam). He also holds professional qualifications and a full license to run investment management business in Vietnam.
- Master of Science (MSc) International Investment Banking
- Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Banking and Finance
- Master of Finance (MFin) in Banking and Finance
- Corporate Finance 1&2 (Postgraduate)
- Commercial Bank Management (Postgraduate)
- Investment Banking (Postgraduate)
Economics, Finance, Accounting
Fulbright Scholar/Research Fellow
— Harvard University, 2008
PhD Accounting and Finance
— The University of Birmingham, 2005
MBA International Banking and Finance
— The University of Birmingham, 2002
BSc Economics of Banking and Finance
— National Economics University (Vietnam), 1998
Lincoln Individual Merit Award
— The University of Lincoln,
Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University
— Fulbright Program, US Government,
Birmingham Business School Bursary for PhD study in the UK
— The University of Birmingham,
Overseas Research Scholarship for PhD study in the UK
— Universities UK,
Vietnamese Government Scholarship for MBA study in the UK
— Vietnamese Government,
Selected for Australian Development Scholarship for master education in Australia
— Australian Government,
In his past career as an investment banker, Dr. Hao Quach has involved in various projects in capital markets in Vietnam and Japan. Some of his consultancy experience that benefits his teaching may include:
- Advising companies on raising capital through IPOs, equity/bond offerings, private placement; private equity etc.
- Advising companies on corporate strategy and restructuring through M&A, strategic alliances, privatization of state-own companies, centralized/decentralized management etc.
- Advising his fund management company on raising funds, forming investment strategies, asset allocation etc.
Besides, he is an active writer about stock market in Vietnam. His has created his own approach to investing which uses fundamental analysis as a “value screening” tool while technical analysis for “market timing”.