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Steve Wang is president of the [[Taiwan Futures Exchange]] (Taifex), and was appointed to the role in July 2006 having worked on the preparatory committee which established the organization in 1997 after holding positions in Asia and the U.S. within the [[brokerage]], [[banking]] and [[exchange]] industry.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/list-of-speakers3.asp?i=91|name=Speakers|org=FIA Asia Expo 2007|date=January 2, 2008}}</ref>.
Steve Wang is the former president of the [[Taiwan Futures Exchange]] (Taifex), and was appointed to the role in July 2006 having worked on the preparatory committee which established the organization in 1997 after holding positions in Asia and the U.S. within the [[brokerage]], [[banking]] and [[exchange]] industry.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/list-of-speakers3.asp?i=91|name=Speakers|org=FIA Asia Expo 2007|date=January 2, 2008}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=30882200|name=Taiwan Futures Exchange Corp.|org=BusinessWeek|date=June 10, 2009}}</ref>
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== Background ==
== Background ==
Wang was born and raised in South Korea. He joined the Taifex from [[Polaris Man Financial Futures]] in Taipei, where he had been vice chairman since September 2005. He was president of [[Fuh-Hwa Futures Corporation]] in Taipei from 2003-2005 and president of [[Grand Cathay Futures Corporation]] from 1993-2003. Wang was director of Asian development for the [[Chicago Mercantile Exchange]], joining the CME from [[Dean Witter]] in Chicago.
Wang was born and raised in South Korea. He joined the Taifex from Polaris Man Financial Futures in Taipei, where he had been vice chairman since September 2005. He was president of Fuh-Hwa Futures Corporation in Taipei from 2003-2005 and president of Grand Cathay Futures Corporation from 1993-2003. Wang was director of Asian development for the [[Chicago Mercantile Exchange]], joining the CME from [[Dean Witter]] in Chicago.


Wang was chairman of the [[Chinese National Futures Association]].
Wang was chairman of the [[Chinese National Futures Association]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.futuresindustry.org/fi-magazine-home.asp?a=1155|name=Prominent People|org=Futures Industry Magazine|date=June 10, 2009}}</ref>


== Education ==
== Education ==
Wang attended college in Taiwan in 1969, and he [[earn]]ed an [[MBA]] from Portland State University.
Wang attended college in Taiwan in 1969, and he earned an [[MBA]] from Portland State University.


== References ==
== References ==

Latest revision as of 09:07, 28 July 2016


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Steve Wang
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Occupation President
Employer Taiwan Futures Exchange
Location Taipei, Taiwan

Steve Wang is the former president of the Taiwan Futures Exchange (Taifex), and was appointed to the role in July 2006 having worked on the preparatory committee which established the organization in 1997 after holding positions in Asia and the U.S. within the brokerage, banking and exchange industry.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Wang was born and raised in South Korea. He joined the Taifex from Polaris Man Financial Futures in Taipei, where he had been vice chairman since September 2005. He was president of Fuh-Hwa Futures Corporation in Taipei from 2003-2005 and president of Grand Cathay Futures Corporation from 1993-2003. Wang was director of Asian development for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, joining the CME from Dean Witter in Chicago.

Wang was chairman of the Chinese National Futures Association.[3]

Education[edit]

Wang attended college in Taiwan in 1969, and he earned an MBA from Portland State University.

References[edit]

  1. Speakers. FIA Asia Expo 2007.
  2. Taiwan Futures Exchange Corp.. BusinessWeek.
  3. Prominent People. Futures Industry Magazine.