Guest Lecture “STOCK EXCHANGE AND ITS TREND” by Prof. Ruey Shii-Chen (Chair of Business Management Department, Tatung University Taiwan)

School of Economics of Indonesia (STIESIA) Surabaya in collaboration with Tatung University held a guest lecture, which was held on Wednesday, January the 5th 2020 at hall 2 STIESIA. This guest lecture in title “STOCK EXCHANGE AND ITS TREND” was one of series of event of Dies Natalis STIESIA for the 48th . As the keynote speaker, Prof. Ruey Shii-Chen was accompanied by his colleagues namely Jia-Ming Chern, Ph.D.

Before the lecture was started, the third vice president Dr. Triyonowati, M.Si gave her opening speech in podium of hall 2 STIESIA Surabaya. After then, opening pray was lead by Dr. Khuzaini, S.E., M.M. (member of foundation) While, the signing of Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) was signed by Prof. Ruey Shii-Chen (Chair of Business Management Department, Tatung University) and Dr. Ikhsan Budi Riharjo, S.E., M.Si., Ak., CA. (first vice president of STIESIA) on January 2019; between University Tatung Taiwan and STIESIA Surabaya. Moreover, the memorandum was continuation of Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) which held on January, 2019 between University Tatung Taiwan with STIESIA Surabaya.

During the event, Prof. Ruey Shii-Chen gave his lecture by using bilingual, English and Mandarin. Therefore, to support the understanding, STIESIA facilitated him two English translator, i.e. Nanis Setyorini, S.Pd., M.Pd., Ph.D and Dr. Bambang Hadi Santoso, S.E., M.Si and one Mandarin translator, i.e. Putri Rahayu, S.Pd. After the presentation had finished, a question-answer session was started by some questions from the students. As there were so many questions and the time was limited, only some of them were answered.  In general, the questions focused on stock exchange in Taiwan. Professor Ruey Shii-Chen explained how fortunate stock investment especially for the stakeholder. He also advised not to wait until we were old enough to learn and invest some stocks. Further, he gave example as it happened in Taiwan. Many students had invested some stocks in every companies in Taiwan.