CreditEase Wealth Management Announces Strategic Partnership With The Jerusalem School of Business Administration

CreditEase Wealth Management announced on Thursday it signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the School of Business Administration, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ) last month to jointly boost strategic cooperation in internship, educational resource sharing, cultural events and commercial exchanges.  The company reported that it is the first financial institution from China to set up an office in Israel. Speaking about the new partnership, Zvi Wiener, The Jerusalem School of Business dean, stated:

“Such a partnership is very important to both parties. Today is neither the first nor the last step (of our cooperation), but definitely the most critical one.”
Both the school and CreditEase Wealth Management noted 20 students joined the fourth Israel trip of CreditEase Wealth Management Institute. During the eight-day program, the group sat in on lectures in innovation, visited startups, and experienced the local culture. The students also met with Robert Aumann, a 2005 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, a former intelligence officer from Mossad, a high-ranking female officer from Israeli Intelligence Corps (Unit 8200), and Saul Singer, author of the Start-Up Nation They then had a closer look at Mobileye, a smart driver assistance system startup recently acquired by Intel for $15.3 billion.

Zhou Yuan, Managing Director of CreditEase Wealth Management, added that although more and more Chinese institutions are running similar projects in Israel, the CreditEase Wealth Management’s program still stands out with high market recognition, built on the company’s understanding of the country as well as its strategic partnership with the Hebrew University.

“Every trip that I’ve made to Israel has been eye-opening.”

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