Designing Financial Regulatory Systems


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With a bachelor’s degree in public affairs and a master's degree in insurance, I understand the significant benefits that a sustainable financial market can bring to the society and the powerful tools that finance can utilize to restructure risks. However, finance doesn't lack insufficiencies which are usually human related such as greed andfear. With the belief that even the worst intention can benefit the society under proper regulation and vice versa, my long-term goal is to become a professional in designing financial regulatory systems. While the weakness of finance can also be attributed to machines, such as crowded short, flash crash and ultrafast black swan events under algorithmic trading, regulatory methods must evolve correspondingly with the astounding technological advancement. Therefore, my short-term goal is to start a professional career in risk management so as to observe the evolving risks and the changing of regulatory methods. To achieve these goals, I have done many things. First, I have passed two levels of CFA examinations so as to acquire a methodical knowledge in finance. Intrigued by how mathematics can safeguard the logical integral, I have accomplished as many math courses as done by engineering students. Additionally, my unique undergraduateprogram enables me to conduct Macro-based public policy simulation and analysis utilizing quantitative methods.In my senior thesis, I constructed an actuarial model to calculate deficit in Chinese personal pension system. I found that though touted as a defined contribution pension;
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