Discipline Area: Accounting, Finance and Economics

Joy, Pride, and Challenges of Running a Family Business

Tee Choo Ling, our Accounting and Finance alumna, had spent some time in employment in Singapore before she decided to return to Malaysia to take over the family pastry business.

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ASymposium: Actuarial Conference

The very first actuarial conference ASymposium was made possible after eight months of preparation, organised by the Sunway Actuarial & Financial Excellence (SAFE).

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Deloitte Tax Challenge 2020

Congratulations to fellow SUBS students who won the Deloitte Tax Challenge 2019!

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Alumni - Accounting Life

I am a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance graduate from 2014. Thanks to Sunway University, my SUBS degree provided me with the necessary technical skills and essential skills to assist me in excelling in my current job.

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New Experiences at LSE Summer School

Ten students from various programmes at Sunway University seized the opportunity and attended the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Summer School last year.

The following are some of their penned down thoughts regarding their breakthrough experiences.

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Alumni - Life is not just about ourselves, but giving to others

Leong Chee Keong was sent to an orphanage when he was a three-year-old toddler. His father passed away when he was young, therefore he never had an image of his father and lost contact with his mother, who stopped visiting when the orphanage moved.

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IIUM EMSS International Challenge 2019

IIUM EMSS International Challenge 2019 organised by International Islamic University Malaysia aimed at creating a business pitch challenge using the Business Model Canva (BMC) that was in line with the SDG Goal, SDG 13 - Climate Action.

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Housing Affordability A Concern for M40 and B40 Groups

  • Dr Hassanudin Mohd Thas Thaker

Residential property prices in Malaysia have been rising in recent years. A report published by the National Property Information Centre (NAPIC) indicated that the residential price index was at an all-time high in 2017 and is expected to continue to rise.

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The Value of Universities

  • Professor Peter Heard

We often hear the expression that something is “purely academic”, which is usually taken to mean that, while it might be of interest (to someone, at least!), it is of little or no practical import or relevance to the real world.

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Does Corporate Internationalisation Improve Firm Performance?

  • Professor Chaiporn Vithessonthi

Many managers understand the importance of international strategy, which refers to a firm’s international diversification. In my recent study, I found that for publicly listed firms in the United Kingdom, the proportion of firms with foreign assets grew from 4% in 1990 to 36% in 2016.

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