Newsletter
The RMBI Newsletter aims to provide a channel to share up-to-date and interesting risk management or business intelligence issues, and to broaden students’ global outlook and train them to be life-long learners.

The newsletter discusses current issues of risk management and business intelligence, it also offers students a dynamic way to interact early with the risk management community, to learn about the latest development and share findings, as well as how it can be put into practice.

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In the latest issue (Issue 17 – October 2019), it covers the story of:
Business Intelligence in Catering Industry
In this edition of RMBI Newsletter, we are delighted to have the opportunity to interview Maxim’s Group’s IT Director, a market leader of the catering industry in Hong Kong and a pioneer of the industry in advanced technologies and Business Intelligent based ecology. It is high time for us to explore how the group has adopted data strategies and overcome related difficulties, allowing the group to leverage meaningful information in the industry to gain a competitive edge.
When will the next financial crisis happen?
The global economy was brought back from the brink during the last financial crisis in 2008, and the memories and lessons learned should not be forgotten. Although it has been a decade since the crisis, the next financial crisis may not be far away from us given the time predicted to be in 2019 or 2020 from credible sources, including JPMorgan and Forbes. To predict the next financial crisis, we analyzed the causes and related financial indices of the last two crises, which are the dotcom bubble in 2000 and the 2008 financial crisis, and compare them with the current macroeconomic situation. We believe that the 2000 and 2008 crises are useful for our analysis as there are similarities between them and the current market…
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