Professor Roger King, PhD, is Adjunct Professor of Finance; and founding and current Director of the Thompson Center for Business Case Studies and the Tanoto Center for Asian Family Business and Entrepreneurship Studies and at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He teaches entrepreneurship and family business at the EMBA, MBA and non-degree executive level and is a frequent guest speaker on entrepreneurship, family business and corporate governance.
Roger King was a commissioned officer serving on board of an aircraft carrier in the United States Navy, and was engaged in computer research at Bell Telephone Laboratories (USA) in the 1960s.
Roger King was Chairman and founder of ODS System-Pro Computers Limited; Chairman of Euro-Asia Shipyard Limited (In 1983, Professor King was the first individual to establish a joint venture between a foreign entity and the Chinese National Offshore Oil Company, CNOOC, for offshore drilling in the South China Sea); Chairman of Pacific Coffee Limited; Chief Operating Officer of Orient Overseas (Holdings) Limited and President and Chief Executive Officer of Sa Sa International Holdings Limited, both listed on SEHK; Independent Non-Executive Director of Arrow Electronics Corporation, listed on the New York Stock Exchange; Independent Non-Executive Director of Sincere Watch (Hong Kong) Limited listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK) and a Standing Committee Member of the Zhejiang Province People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Currently, Roger King is a Supervisory Board member of TNT Express NV, listed on Amsterdam Exchange; Non-Executive Director of Overseas Orient International Limited, listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK); and Honorary Consul for the Republic of Latvia in HKSAR. He is the 2011 recipient of the Honorary Fellow from HKUST.
Roger King is a graduate of the University of Michigan, BSEE; New York University, MSEE; Harvard Business School, AMP; and HKUST, PhD (Finance).
Winnie Qian Peng
Professor Winnie Qian Peng is Adjunct Assistant Professor in Finance; and Associate Director of the Thompson Center for Business Case Studies and the Tanoto Center for Asian Family Business and Entrepreneurship Studies at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Her teaching and research interests are corporate finance, corporate governance, private equity and venture capital, family businesses and entrepreneurship.
Winnie Peng received her Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Tsinghua University, and PhD degree in Finance at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School Executive Education program "Private Equity and Venture Capital".
Jeroen van den Berg
Jeroen van den Berg is the Center Manager of the Thompson Center for Business Case Studies. Before moving to Hong Kong, Jeroen was a manager at a medical publishing and conference management firm in the Netherlands. He also worked in accounting and wealth management. In Hong Kong, he ran his own business before joining the University of Hong Kong as a case writer in 2005. He was promoted to Center Manager of the HKU’s Asia Case Research Centre in 2007. In September 2011 he joined The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Jeroen has written numerous cases in strategy, finance and law. As Case Center Manager, he led the development of over 180 case studies from inception to publication. For the development of case studies, he has collaborated closely with Asia's business community as well as over 50 academics across the globe. He regularly teaches case writing workshops and has recently written a book for the Chinese market titled: "Dealing with case studies: A practical guide to understanding, preparing, writing and presenting business case studies", Fudan University Press (2011).
Jeroen has a BSc and MSc degree in Business Economics from The University of Amsterdam and a LLM in Corporate and Financial Law from The University of Hong Kong.