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

School of Economics of Indonesia (STIESIA) Surabaya together with Tatung University held guest lecture, in title “STOCK EXCHANGE AND ITS TREND”. While, this event took place at Hall 2 STIESIA on Wednesday, January the 5th 2020. Moreover, it was also series of event of Dies Natalis STIESIA on the 48th .

            The guest lecture was lead directly by Prof. Ruey Shij-Chen as the chair of Business Management Department, Tatung University and accompanied by his colleague, Jia-Ming Chern, Ph.D.

            Before started, Dr. Triyonowati, M.Si as the 3rd Vice President of STIESIA gave her welcome speech at the podium of hall 2 STIESIA with hundred students who had fully attention. After then, Dr. Khuzaini as one of the members of PERPENDIKNAS foundation led the praying. And for the next, the signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was done by Prof. Ruey Shij-Chen as the representative of Taiwan Tatung University; and from STIESIA, it was represented by the 1st Vice President of STIESIA, Dr. Ikhsan Budi Riharjo, S.E., M.Si, Ak., CA. Meanwhile, this MOA was the continuation of MOA on January 2019 between Taiwan Tatung University and STIESIA Surabaya.

            During the event, Prof. Ruey Shij-Chen presented his material bilingually, English and Mandarin. Therefore, to facilitate it Language Center of STIESIA Surabaya gave the duty to Nanis Setyorini, S.Pd., M.Pd., with Dr. Bambang Hadi Santoso, S.E., M.Si as the moderator and Putri Rahayu, S.Pd. as the Mandarin interpreter. Moreover, many students were enthusiastic by asking some questions about stoke exchange which was presented thoroughly by Prof. Ruey Shij-Chen. He answered the questions clearly and added stock investment was one of the promising chances for stakeholders as it did not take long time to wait. In other words, he stressed that learning and having investment were easy to acquire. Prof. Ruey Shij-Chen also added many students had already invested their money to various companies in Taiwan.