ICBC (Macau) Visits Macau University of Science and Technology
Deepening Bank-University Collaborations
ICBC (Macau) President Jiang Yisheng (Left), on behalf of the bank, donated anti-epidemic supplies to M.U.S.T., which were received and acknowledged by Chancellor Liu Chak Wan of the University
President of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau) Limited, (ICBC (Macau) for short, hereafter), Mr. Jiang Yisheng, Chief Executive Mr. Xu Keen, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Mr. Chan Kam Lun, General Manager Lin Zi and Deputy General Manager Zheng Kai of the ICBC Macau branch visited Macau University of Science and Technology on March 18. The delegation exchanged views with Chancellor Liu Chak Wan, Board Member Chen Jimin, Vice President Tong Ka Lok, Vice President Pang Chuan and Vice President Kwong Ying Wa. ICBC (Macau) made a donation of anti-epidemic supplies to Macau University of Science and Technology as a token of support to the educational community of Macao at this special moment, hoping to contribute forces to Macao’s combat against the COVID-19.
On behalf of M.U.S.T., Chancellor Liu Chak Wan of Macau University of Science and Technology extended welcome to the ICBC (Macau) delegation for their visit to the University and expressed sincere gratitude for its longtime support and concern to M.U.S.T. and to the educational community of Macao over the past. The chancellor marked that over the past decade, ICBC (Macau) has grown fast to become a mainstream bank in Macao, which offers highly efficient financial services, steady services, and leadership for the industry of financial science and technology. It was hoped that the relevant provisions of ICBC (Macau) could be brought to Macau University of Science and Technology so as to provide more diverse learning opportunities for the local students, and that the two parties could make joint efforts to cultivate financial professionals and make contributions to Macao.
President Jiang Yisheng of ICBC (Macau) shared views that M.U.S.T. has fostered a vast number of professional talents for the Macao society over the years and has laid down a solid foundation for Macao’s longtime development. He further added that as the largest bank registered locally in Macao, ICBC (Macau) has been upholding the goal of fostering diverse talents for Macao, and that M.U.S.T. was also involved in the plaque unveiling ceremony of “ICBC University – Macao Training College of Young Financial Talents”, which, due to the COVID-19, now offers courses for M.U.S.T. students by way of online training. The president said that the visit was meant to help reinforce cooperation with M.U.S.T. in different fields and make available a great diversity of financial services and financial learning opportunities for local students.
The two parties agreed at the reception that it was hoped that by taking advantage of the powerful global connections of the ICBC corporation, the finance-related students of M.U.S.T. could be given opportunities to take up internship at the various posts of ICBC’s mainland branches so as to make contributions for the development of financial talents for Macao’s future. The two parties also hope that the University and ICBC could engage in cooperation of various forms, seek more profound partnership in online education, smart campus and other fields, and jointly meet the demands of diverse education for students and the requirements of financial services.
ICBC (Macau) visited Macau University of Science and Technology hoping to deepen university-bank cooperation