A brief biography of Andy Yeh

Andy Yeh Alpha

2021-02-14 08:21:00 Sun ET

A brief biography of Andy Yeh

Andy Yeh is responsible for ensuring maximum sustainable member growth within the Andy Yeh Alpha (AYA) fintech network platform ecosystem. Andy supports the core mission of promoting greater financial literacy, inclusion, and freedom of the global general public. Andy integrates multiple team efforts and endeavors to help enrich the economic lives of others. AYA fintech network platform provides fresh economic insights into stock market news, investment memes, business practices, personal finance tools, as well as generic life inspirations.

Andy implements the lean startup approach to incubating our AYA fintech network platform through iterative continuous improvements and feature enhancements. Andy serves as a financial economist, founder, as well as inventor of an algorithmic system for dynamic conditional asset return analysis and fintech network platform automation (U.S. patent publication #15480765 October 2018).

Andy has rich extensive international experiences in monetary, fiscal, and financial stability policies. His brainchildren or research publications appear in a reasonable range of both academic and professional journals in macro finance, asset return prediction, algorithmic factor quantification, cash capital structure, financial risk management, personal finance, and corporate ownership and governance.

Andy maintains a rich library of literature reviews, study notes, and mathematical exercises in investment theory and evidence, econometric theory, macroeconomic theory and evidence, empirical corporate finance, and both English and Chinese bible verses for Christian faith.

Prior to orchestrating our AYA fintech network platform as a new online social community for stock market investors, Andy has served as a financial economist at several international organizations in America, New Zealand, and Taiwan. These organizations include Academia Sinica, Bank of America, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Institute for Information Industry, Moody's Analytics, and so forth.

Andy was born and bred in Taipei; spent 12 years from high school to his first full-time job in New Zealand; studied and worked another 5 years from graduate school to a Vice President appointment in San Francisco, California, USA; and spent PhD and lean startup years in Taipei, Taiwan.

His lean enterprise Brass Ring International Density Enterprise (BRIDE) received first incorporation and registration in Hong Kong.  

Andy holds several academic degrees and qualifications with scholarship support such as Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) candidacy in finance from National Taiwan University, Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) from the University of California at Berkeley, Master of Management Studies (MMS) and Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) both with first-class honors from the University of Waikato, and Financial Risk Manager (FRM) global risk industry accreditation.

 

Andy Yeh
AYA fintech network platform founder
Chief Financial Architect (CFA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM)

Brass Ring International Density Enterprise (BRIDE)

 


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