MMA Signed Collaboration Agreement with BOC on “Bank of China Trophy - GMC”
MMA and Bank of China Macau Branch signed a Collaboration Agreement on “Bank of China Trophy - Global Management Challenge” on September 17.
The ceremony was held at 33/F Function Room at Bank of China Building. Under the witnesses of Mr. Tommy Lau, MMA Council Chairman and Mr. Chan Hio Peng, BOC Deputy General Manager,
the agreement was signed between Mr. Alex Mok, MMA Council Vice-Chairman and Mr. Chan Weng Tat, BOC Managing Director (Deputy General Manager Level). Ms. Simone Ho, Mr. Cheang Kin Lap Keegan, MMA Council Vice-Chairmen, Mr. Lau Wai Lon, BOC Banking Business Consultant and Mr. Wong Kam Si, BOC General Manager of Banking Center attended the ceremony.
Mr. Lau Veng Seng indicated that being the organizer of GMC Macao Region since the 90th Century, this year marks the 42nd years of this strategic management game currently playing in over five continents. Participants are included students from various higher institutions as well as business elites. In order to further promote the development of GMC in Macao and nurturing management talents for various fields, BOC Macau Branch has been the title sponsor of GMC Macao Region since 2012 and their employers have been encouraged to take part in the competition which provide them with invaluable experiences and exchanging opportunities.
Mr. Chan Hio Peng stated that outstanding management talents are indispensable to facilitate economic diversified development. BOC has been title sponsoring GMC Macao Region for 9 consecutive years which provide a platform for the youth to put into practice in terms of their investment knowledge and management techniques. In the past years, more than 60 teams with over 250 employers have been organized to take part in the competition using their personal time in self-challenging and enhancing capabilities of management decision-making.
GMC is open for registration from September 6 to October 14; both university students and working executives are welcomed to join. Each team shall consist of 3 to 5 members and are required to manage a virtual stock-listed company for five financial quarters of decisions aiming to achieve the best investment performance.