Babson College: New York Global Group CEO China Expert Benjamin Wey Keynote Speaker at Babson Entrepreneurship Forum


At the invitation of Babson College, the No.1 ranked U.S. university by U.S. News & World Report in the study of entrepreneurship for the past 20 years, Benjamin Wey, the China expert, journalist, Wall Street financier  and CEO of global private equity investment firm New York Global Group, was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Babson Asia Entrepreneurship Forum among a standing-room-only audience on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at the Babson College Olin Graduate School of Business.

Benjamin Wey’s audience included business leaders and students from Babson College, Harvard University, MIT and other institutions. Approximately 200 people attended the Babson event. The Babson College annual event brings together business leaders, students and entrepreneurs to evaluate investment projects and encourage the learning of entrepreneurship.

Benjamin Wey is an accomplished multilingual American financier on Wall Street and a frequent lecturer and scholar specialized in Asia-related matters. Wey is on the Advisory Board of Carnegie Mellon University’s U.S. – China Summit and a guest lecturer on capital markets at the University of Maryland as well as several other top universities. A Visiting Professor of Finance at several top universities in Asia, Benjamin Wey holds two master’s degrees in business. Benjamin Wey is also a graduate of Columbia Business School of Columbia University in New York City.

New York Global Group (NYGG) has been a market leader in advising and funding projects for more than a decade. Headquartered in Beijing China and on Wall Street in New York City, NYGG has assisted Fortune Global 500 companies, governments and others with complex projects involving more than 250 transactions in the areas of corporate finance, direct investments, China strategic advisory and market entry advisory.

“Financing entrepreneurial ventures and bridging strategic opportunities between emerging markets and the world have been an area of expertise for New York Global Group,” said Benjamin Wey, China expert and CEO of New York Global Group. “It’s entrepreneurship that has made America the most innovative place on earth for job creation. I am pleased to have shared our knowledge and experience with the talented Babson College community about identifying and funding growth opportunities for America’s future business leaders.”