Why is Singapore no 1 competitive economy in the world? Last chance to sign up for Bhaskaran-event
Last Wednesday the World Economic Forum named Singapore the most competitive economy in the world. This coming Tuesday NBAS is proud to present highly skilled economist Manu Bhaskaran who has 40 years’ experience from acting in and analysing the SEA countries. On our event Tuesday 15 October Mr Bhaskaran will elaborate on the macroeconomic factors explaining Singapore/SEAs success and bright future prospects. Are you running a business in Singapore and wondering about the big picture, don’t miss out on this event! Welcome!
Are you worrying about how the US – China trade war and other macroeconomic factors will affect your business? Our session with Manu Bhaskaran will provide you with useful insights for your strategic decision making.
NBAS is delighted to welcome you to a macroeconomic master class with Manu Bhaskaran on 15 October 2019.
Manu will speak about the prospects for developing Asian economies in a world made turbulent by the US-China trade clash, uncertainties over China’s fragile economy, potential geo-political shocks, and the high financial market volatility. He will also sketch out the cyclical prospects while also outlining the more positive structural forces at work, which he believes could be very positive for Southeast Asia in particular.
As the founding CEO of Singapore Centennial Asia Advisors, Manu provides in-depth analysis of Asian political and macro-economic trends for investment institutions, government agencies and companies with interests in Asia, with close to 40 years’ experience.
Manu is an adjunct senior fellow at Singapore’s Institute of Policy Studies. He previously held senior positions in the well-renowned Societe Generale’s Asian investment banking division. Prior to that he served in the Singapore government.
Venue: Straits Room, Nordea, 138 Market Street #09-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946
Time: Tuesday 15 October at 11:30am
Cost: $25 for members and $50 for non-members
11:30am Registration and lunch
12:15pm Opening remarks by NBAS
12:20pm Mr Manu Bhaskaran discusses macroeconomic trends
1:25pm Closing remarks
1:30pm Event concludes
Kindly note that there are limited seats available, registration is binding and payment non-refundable.
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