段錦泉教授為新加坡國立大學商學院的 Jardine Cycle＆Carriage 金融講座教授。於 2007 年 7 月至 2014 年 6 月間，擔任國大風險管理研究所所長。他於 2009 年提出了開創性的“公共產品“信用評級改革觀，並推出信用研究行動計劃 (CRI，www.rmicri.org) 帶領具體實踐，段教授領導四十人人的團隊至今，深化信用研究丶平台建設和信評改革。段教授於 2017 年共同創辦金融科技公司 CriAT (www.criat.sg) 提供深度信用風險分析的高端服務。從 2013 起至今，他也擔任國際信貸資產組合經理人協會的諮詢委員會成員。
Hsinchun Chen joined the Eller College of Management in 1989 after earning his PhD in Information Systems from New York University. In 1990, Chen launched the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory that has received more than $40 million in federal funding. Chen has launched many ventures, including KCC/i2, which was acquired by IBM in 2011. He was appointed the Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology in 2013.
Dongsong Zhang joined the Department of Business Information Systems & Operations Management at UNC Charlotte as a Belk Distinguished Professor in Business Analytics. Before joining UNC Charlotte, he was a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Information Systems at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Eller School of Management at the University of Arizona in 2002.
Roger Chiang is a Professor of Information Systems at Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems, Carl H. Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati. Before join University of Cincinnati in 1999, he was Associate Professor at Division of Strategy and Information Technology, Deputy Director of the Information Management Research Centre, and Deputy Director of MBA in Management of Information Technology, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Dr. J.J. Po-An Hsieh is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University (GSU). He was voted by the students as the most popular teacher of the Master of Science Information System (MSIS) program at GSU and received the Top Professor 2017 Teaching Award. He has conducted research in the areas of IT use and impacts, IT-enabled service and digital innovation, business analytics and intelligence, and digital divide and inclusiveness.