January 21, 2015

HELP University (Malaysia) Triumphed in the the CIMB ASEAN Stock Investment Challenge Grand Finale 2014

We are delighted to inform that the HELP Team has just won the regional championship for the CIMB ASEAN Stock Investment Challenge Grand Finale 2014 which was held in Bangkok. There is a cash prize of US$ 12,000.  A total of 2,000 teams entered this competition.

The HELP Team is the national champion and we beat all the public and foreign universities that took part.

Similarly, in the regional competition we beat some of the region’s best universities, including National Technological University of Singapore and Thammasat University.

This is an evidence that HELP University has a top quality business school in the region. This win is significant and it shows how HELP University is differentiated from other Malaysian universities and those in ASEAN.

The success is attributed to our lecturers in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting. This is an exemplary success story of persistence and fighting spirit, dedication and commitment, disciplined coaching, and when combined with the right team spirit, it ensured our success. The fact that HELP also came  in second place in two previous years, having lost to NUS in one year and to another one in another year, also shows that the consistency in the quality of our academic and professional standards. 

Below is the list of competitions the Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting took part in recent years:

1.       Way Forward with CIMB Trading Competition 2011
-          HELP won no. 2 lost narrowly to NUS
-          Competitors: Nottingham University (Malaysia), Sunway University, Taylor’s University, NTU, Chulalongkorn University etc

2.       The Budding Value Investor Award 2011
-          HELP was no. 3 after LSE and UM
-          Our student, being just a first year studens then were the youngest contestant among the 5 finalists.
-          Our student took home RM10,000 cash prize
-          Competitors: NTU, HK U, HK University of Science and Technology, Durham University (UK)

3.       2012 CIMA Global Business Challenge Malaysia Final
-          HELP won no. 2 after IIUM
-          Competitors: Curtin U (Msia), TAR UC, UTAR, Swinburne University of Technology (Msia)

4.       EY Young Tax Professional Award of the Year 2013
-          HELP’s final year student, Joel Wong emerged as national champion as the EY Young Tax Professional Award of the Year 2013
-          Represented Malaysia in the international final in Copenhagen, Denmark competing a total of 28 country finalists

5.       Maybank GO Ahead. Challenge 2013
-          Our student, Ng Ka Jeng, was one of the members in the champion team that comprised undergraduates from Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, HK and Singapore
-          Ka Jeng was selected from 5,000 applicants from 10 countries
-          The whole team won a total cash prize of USD30,000 and a placement in Maybank’s Global Maybank Apprentice Programme

6.       Maybank GO Ahead. Challenge 2014
-          Our student Shana Teh, was one of the members in the 1st runner-up team that comprised of undergraduates from other parts of the world.
-          The team walked away a total cash prize of USD20,000.

7.       CIMB ASEAN Stock Challenge 2014 (Grand Finale)
-          HELP was national champion. Represented Malaysia in the Grand Finale (Regional level) in Bangkok
-          Competitors: Nottingham Malaysia, Monash Malaysia, Taylor’s University, Sunway University, NTU, NUS, SMU, Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Prasetya Mulya Business School, Thammasat U Chiang Mai, Srinakharinwirot U, Zaman U, The University of Cambodia, Royal University of Phnom Penh
-          HELP emerged Regional champion
-          HELP’s team won USD12,000

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