Mark Hallim is a graduate of the American Institute of Banking and a holder of a Certified Treasury Profession (CTP) license. He received his MBA in International Finance from the University of Buckingham (UK), an Advanced Certificate in International Affairs from the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University (USA), and a Master’s from Cambridge Graduate University International. Mark is currently a Global Security doctoral student at the American Military University.
Hallim previously worked for Citigroup as a corporate finance banker in the Global Transportation Group and is currently a Senior Educator at the Gerson Lehrman Group. Mark specializes in international relations. As an educational professional with research interests in national security, water scarcity, and world order, he has an impressive track record of presentations representing his expertise in his field. He has presented all over the world on topics including “Can China Reshape the World Order under the Leadership of Xi Jinping?” for the International Studies Association; In addition to his work as a presenter, Hallim’s insights have been showcased in the media, including his interview with American Family News regarding China’s economic influence, and he has given publication input regarding the rise of nationalism in Brazil.