Alicia Garcia Herrero is Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at NATIXIS. She also serves as Senior Fellow at European think-tank BRUEGEL and research fellow at Real Instituto El Cano. Alicia is currently adjunct professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). She holds a PhD in Economics at George Washington University.
22/11/16 | Japanese banks and US$ liquidity: Squeezed between expensive deposits and the BoJ views
Christine Wright is the Managing Director of Hays in Asia. She has 20 years’ experience in executive recruitment and is currently responsible for the day-to-day management and growth of the businesses in Japan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and India.
19/07/16 | Slower markets don't necessarily spell doom & gloom for jobs views
David Duncan is a consultant in the Bangkok office of Tilleke & Gibbins, a Southeast Asian regional law firm. Specialising in complex banking matters and international transactions, David focuses on new economy business sectors, including technology, but works with a full spectrum of clients across numerous other industries.
19/09/16 | Regulation of domestic debit card transactions in Thailand views
Eiichiro Yanagawa is a senior analyst with Celent's Asian Financial Services group and is based in the firm’s Tokyo office. His research focuses on IT strategy issues in the Japanese and Asian banking and financial industries.
24/11/16 | Robo-advisors: Booming in Japan views
Holger Frank is Head of Financial Institutions Group and Head of Global Transaction Banking for the Asia Pacific Region at UniCredit. Having joined the firm in 1991, his previous positions include covering large corporate customers, working in the Corporate Development department, and executing a number of M&A transactions for UniCredit’s own shareholdings.
11/11/16 | How can banks deal with the challenges of digitalisation in Asia? views
Jan Bellens is Global Banking & Capital Markets Emerging Markets and Asia-Pacific Leader at EY. He has two decades of top management consulting experience in global financial services. Li-May Chew is an Associate Director and CFA with EY, focusing on strategic market intelligence for APAC Banking & Capital Markets. She has 15 years of expertise within independent strategic intelligence and advisory firms.
27/09/16 | Banks are fighting to remain relevant views
Judy Vas is the Asia-Pacific Regulatory Leader for Financial Services at EY. She also serves as a member of EY’s Global Regulatory Network and works within the global leadership team of senior former regulators to help clients manage the emerging global regulatory agenda. Judy has extensive experience of regulatory and compliance leadership and in working with regulators across the Asia-Pacific region.
19/01/17 | Why Asian bankers are thinking differently about risk than their global counterparts views
Liew Nam Soon is Managing Partner, Financial Services, ASEAN, EY while Vicky Lee-Salas is Financial Services Leader, Philippines, EY.
25/07/16 | The digital challenge from a Philippine banking perspective views
Shekar Ganesh, formerly a senior banker from Asia, is an independent consultant providing training to bankers in credit and relationship management. He is also a consultant for leadership and management.
20/01/17 | From paper to plastic: A look at India's demonetisation views
Vincent is Chair of ICC Banking Commission Market Intelligence. He has been actively involved in trade finance for more than a quarter of a century and has delivered technical trade finance assistance in more than 70 countries.
07/10/16 | Supporting trade finance in Asia views