Trang Chu

Associate Fellow

Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street


A decision and behavioural scientist, Trang advises and coaches C-level executives across industries on the critical elements involved in decision making.

Her unique expertise combines 23 years of global investment banking experience at Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch and Lehman Brothers with a deep knowledge of neuroeconomics and psychology. She designs and facilitates courses for custom executive education by utilising the latest research in cognitive, emotion and decision science.

An Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School, Trang holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago and a BSc in Economics and International Politics from New York University. As an MSc in Cognitive and Decision Science at University College London, Trang researches cognitive processes underlying human thought, knowledge and decision making and how to apply it to public policy and business. She sits on the advisory boards of two companies, is a venture coach for the University of Chicago’s Global New Venture Challenge and is a regular keynote speaker at industry events and conferences. 


Trang’s articles on leadership have appeared in The Guardian, Forbes, The International Journal of Sales Transformation, Business Spotlight, Eye for Pharma, Pulse, and World News.

Read Trang's 2020 article 'Leveraging the power of doubt in the C-suite.'


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At the School, Trang is the Programme Director for the Environmental, Social and Governance Sustainability Programme.  

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