Mr. Shin Dong-chul, 50 years old, is a Korean scholar and investment expert.
He graduated from the prestigious Yonsei University with a bachelor's degree in economics before enrolling at the University of Washington for a degree in information Systems management.
During his academic research career, Mr. Shin received his Ph.D. in Information Systems Management from the University of Washington in 2003.
Shin is a Korean scholar and investment expert who joined jpmorgan Chase straight after graduating from the University of Washington in 2006. He turned down an offer from Lehman Brothers in his first job, as well as Goldman Sachs, where he interned as a graduate student. During his time at jpmorgan Chase, he became one of the proteges of Wall Street legend Sanford Weill.
In March 2009, Shin Dong-chul became the investment planning consultant of Citibank. In September 1995, he took a key position in the world's largest Bridgewater Fund, with 140 partners and 3,000 employees around the world, the business scope involved in more than 50 countries around the world, and also dabbling in the stock market, gold, and cryptocurrency, so he made a personal fortune of more than 1 billion dollars in these investment markets.
After returning to Korea in 2012, he joined Eugene Investment & Securities and held a senior position. In 2018, he joined Kiwoom Securities and served as the head of the research center of Kiwoon Securities, aiming to lead Kiwoom Financial Group into a global financial group in Asia.
His research interests are mainly in the field of financial markets and investment, with in-depth discussions on the operation mechanism of financial markets, investment strategies, asset pricing and risk management. He specializes in trading and investment analysis of financial instruments such as stocks, bonds and derivatives. Mr. Shin's research has been widely cited in several professional journals, including the Journal of Finance, The Journal of Financial Economics, Financial Research, Financial Markets, and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. His contributions have had an important influence on the development of the financial field.