PhD, M Bus (AppFin), BA, FCPA, FAIBF, CIA, CISA, ASIA, AIA
Philip Cheng joined the Australian Catholic University in February 2006, and was the BA/BBus (3rd and 4th year) and BBus co-ordinator for the year.
Prior to joining ACU, he has held the post of MBA Director at the Australian National University; a dean and a head in the department of finance in China and Hong Kong respectively; and a senior lecturer in Singapore.
Philip’s teaching portfolio includes both post- and under-graduate finance, accounting, and management. His teaching evaluation at the ACU is about 4.4 out of 5 on average.
Philip has publications in behavioural and artificial intelligent finance, international business and management, and corporate governance.
Prior to becoming an academic, Philip held managerial positions in auditing, compliance and risk management at Caltex, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Westpac, and had expatriate experience in Asia and the Middle East.
Philip’s corporate clients include the Department of Finance and Administration, Canberra, Asia Pacific Bankers Association, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore Technologies, Development Bank of Singapore, and Bank of China. He had participated in the 1997 CEO Panel Discussion, Finance and Banking Sub-Committee, Committee on Singapore Competitiveness, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore, which initiated the financial deregulation in the country.