matthew kok biblical money management

matthew kok

Does the bible teach business and money management? Much so in every way!

Date: Aug. 13, 2010
Time: 2:00PM – 6:00PM
Place: GCF Ortigas Auditorium B – Ruby corner Garnet Roads, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Price: P250 only (inclusive of handout material and snack)

Matthew Kok is qualified as a Chartered Accountant in Australia, and for almost 20 years has been managing the assets of very wealthy individuals. He has first hand experience on the effects of the global financial crisis. Based in Hong Kong, he is currently a Senior VP for EFG Bank: a Swiss private banking company serving clients globally. Matthew is an elder of an International Church in Hong Kong – the Evangelical Free Church of China.

He is married to Elaine, and they are blessed with two daughters, both are in the United Kingdom. One is a doctor while the other one is taking up a medical degree.

In 1991, he came to know Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. Matthew Kok has been teaching Money Management and has helped a lot of individuals in the Philippines and around the world in the area of managing finances.


– In about 1974, obtained his Bachelor of Business in what is now known as Swinbourne University in Melbourne, Australia.

– Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in Australia in 1975.

– Worked as an auditor for 3 years in Australia.

– Returned to Malaysia, worked as a Financial controller for an export company for 3 years.

– In about 1981, he started his own accounting firm

– For 7 years practised as auditor, consultant and tax adviser.

– He moved HK March 1989 to work for Ernst & Young for 3 years as consultant and wealth manager. Ernst & Young’ (or “EY”) is one of the largest professional services firms in the world and one of the Big Four auditors, along with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Deloitte and KPMG.

– From about 1992, he work as a private banker with:

– Chase Manhattan. Chase Manhattan is the largest corporate bank in the US.

– then UBS (UBS is the world’s second largest manager of private wealth assets, and is also the second-largest bank in Europe, by both market capitalisation and profitability.)

-and Deutsche Bank. Deutsche Bank literally means ‘German Bank’, is an international universal bank that employs 81,000 people in 76 countries.

– and for the last 7 years he is a Senior Vice President of EFG Bank. EFG Bank European Financial Group is a large banking conglomerate with private banking operations in many jurisdictions. EFG Bank is widely known Internationally, as one of the Swiss Banking Empire’s largest, of Privately Held banks, currently ranked as the 3rd largest Private Banking Institution in Switzerland. Which by current estimates, manages over 7.5 trillion in working capital on several platforms ranging from Oil, Concrete, Steel, and other commodities.
Click here to download Matthew Kok’s PDF profile and curriculum.

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