About | Jiaqi Wang

Jiaqi Wang

I am enthusiastic, hard-working and open-minded. I love finance and its industry and I am willing to explore more and contribute my own efforts. My career plan is to go to investment banking industry or entering in banks as financial analysts or consultants.


I am currently studying Honours program (Finance) in UTS, and I am a volunteer of Altiorem from July 2019.

I am secretary and treasury of Australian Wall Street (AWS) in UTS chapter and AWS head office respectively. During that time, I helped organize three large-scale events, of which all intend to help International students improve self-image and help getting employed smoothly after graduation.

In UTS, I am volunteer for ATO Tax Helper and IBP mentor program. Also, I am enrolled staff and tutor of UTS and UTS:Insearch, and I helped with disability students in areas of Accounting and Finance.

I have work experience of Administrator and housekeeper in Meriton. And I have proficient English communication skills.

Current WAM and GPA in UTS: 85.1(100); 4.77(5).

In 2018 Deans List and 2018 Accounting High Achiever Student List.


Providing decent work for young workers, parents and caregivers

Provides guidance for companies to fulfil their responsibility to support the decent work of young workers, parents and caregivers across their supply chains. Includes a case study on IKEA’s approach to supporting children’s rights and a second case study on Wipro’s approach to gender diversity.

The toll from coal: An updated assessment of death and disease from America’s dirtiest energy source

30 September 2010
Emissions from the coal-fired power plant industry in the form of fine particle pollution, global warming, ozone smog, acid rain and regional haze, cause significant negative effects on human beings. Research shows that death or disease from coal-based electricity production in the United States, can be reduced if the pollution from coal plants is addressed.


The gap between commitment and reality on climate change

11 August 2022

Research by MarketMeter finds that climate risk management is close to the bottom of investment priorities in a sample of 115 institutional investors. This remains relatively unchanged over the past year, despite increased rhetoric by major firms that they are engaging with the opportunities and risks associated with the climate crisis. So is this just corporate greenwashing, or are there deeper issues at play?