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company executive , finance educator

John Wei-chung Shueh, Chinese finance and investment company executive, finance educator. Certified engineering manager. Second lieutenant Taiwanese Army, 1964-1965. Member Phi Lambda (general secretariate 1980, 83, chairman 1996), Taipei Foundation of Finance (managing director 1994-1997).

Background

Shueh, John Wei-chung was born on July 29, 1940 in Kwangtung, China. Arrived in Taiwan, 1949. Son of Chung Shu and Li (Mei).

Education

Bachelor's degree, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 1964. Master's degree, University Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, 1968. Master's degree, University Massachusetts, 1970.

Executive degree, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1978.

Career

Deputy director Ministry of Communications, Taipei, 1972-1978. Director performance evaluation department Council for Economic Planning and Development, 1978-1981. Director, secretariate Central Bank of China, 1981-1988, general manager, 1988-1993.

Chairman China Bills Finance Corporation, 1992—2001. Chairman Handhold Investment Consulting Ltd., Shanghai, since 2002. Associate professor Chiao Tung University, Taipei, 1978-2001.

Board directors Taipei Bank. Managing director Taipei Foundation Finance, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Certified engineering manager.

Membership

Second lieutenant Taiwanese Army, 1964-1965. Member Phi Lambda (general secretariate 1980, 83, chairman 1996), Taipei Foundation of Finance (managing director 1994-1997).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, tennis, badminton, swimming, hiking.

Connections

Son of; married Cathy Cheng, September 26, 1969. Children: Cindy, Teddy.

father:
Chung Shu Son

mother:
Li (Mei) Son

spouse:
Cathy Cheng

child:
Cindy Shueh

child:
Teddy Shueh