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Stanley Chang
Fulltime Term Professor
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Stanley Chang is a Term Professor at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF).
 
Professor Chang returned to academic and taught at National Taiwan University for two years before joining SAIF.  He started his career teaching at University of Houston and received tenure at Arizona State University.  Then he went to public accounting for 15 years.  He first built Deloitte China’s Risk Management/Control practice and worked as partner in both China and US Deloitte.  He then moved to EY and developed its Life Sciences Industry team and worked as EY’s Asia Pacific Life Sciences Leader.  He later became Grant Thornton’s China Managing Partner for Advisory Services, as well as the Global Business Risk Services Leader for Grant Thornton International.  His last position in public accounting was the CEO of MarcumBP Consulting Company.  He has done extensive internal auditing, risk management, control review/implementation, and corporate governance work globally. He has over 50 publications, published in various countries in 7 languages.
Professor Chang’s understanding of, and ability to work with, cross-culture issues; and then facilitate collaboration has led to his receiving many awards from governments and professional organizations for his accomplishments, including, among others, the 1999 IIA Chairman's Exceptional Volunteer Citation (for his China related work),  the 1999 Fulbright-SyCip Foundations Distinguished Lectureship (in the Philippines), the 1997 South Africa Human Science Foundation Fellowship, and the 1994 IIA Leon R. Radde Educator of the Year Award (for his advocacy role in internal audit education globally).
 
Professor Chang is currently a Senior Director on the Board of the China Institute of Internal of Internal Auditors (CIIA) and has been an advisor to Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the China National Audit Office.  Internationally, he is a Auditing Expert Panel Member of the Asian Development Bank and actively working with many NGO and UN agencies.  He sat on the Global Board of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) from 1997 and to 2003.  He also helped establish the Asian Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditors (ACIIA) and was its first Secretary from 1999 to 2002.  Stanley served two terms on the Internal Audit Standards Board, which prescribed the global internal auditing standards. 
 
Professor Chang received his Ph.D. in Accounting from Texas Tech University in 1987.

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Corporate governance, internal control and risk management.

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