ASTRI and the University of Hong Kong to nurture FinTech talent of the future

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HONG KONG, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Hong Kong (HKU), a commitment to nurturing the talent of tomorrow and creating the FinTech expertise of the future. View photos(From Left) Professor Mr S M Yiu, Dr KP Chow, Professor T W Lam and Professor Christopher Chao of The University of Hong Kong, the Commissioner of Innovation and Technology Ms Rebecca Pun, JP, and ASTRI’s CEO Mr Hugh Chow, CTO Dr Lucas Hui and COO Dr Martin Szeto at the signing of the Work-Study Scheme agreement.More  View photos(Left) Professor Christopher Chao, Dean of Engineering of The University of Hong Kong, and Mr Hugh Chow, CEO of ASTRI, sign an agreement to launch the Work-Study Scheme, witnessed by Commissioner of Innovation and Technology Ms Rebecca Pun, JP.More  View photos(Left) Professor Christopher Chao, Dean of Engineering of The University of Hong Kong, and Mr Hugh Chow, CEO of ASTRI, sign an agreement to launch the Work-Study Scheme, witnessed by Commissioner of Innovation and Technology Ms Rebecca Pun, JP.MoreThe agreement will see both parties develop the Technology Oriented …

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