HSBC Asian Outlook 2015: Strategies for Success

Today, take a peek into what the future may hold ofr the global and Asian economies.

Event Overview

The markets are changing fast as economic development evolves.

Our panel of experts share their views and insights on the near term of the Global and Asian economies. You will also have the opportunity to hear about views relating to the foreign exchange and interest rate markets as well.

Panelists

Lim Su Sian

ASEAN Economist, HSBC Singapore

Lim Su Sian is the ASEAN Economist with HSBC Singapore. She has been with the bank since 2012. Prior to joining HSBC Singapore, Su Sian was a Senior Regional Economist with another global bank. She has been with various other leading regional and global financial institutions over the past 14 years. Su Sian holds an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Queensland.

Paul Mackel

Head of Foreign Exchange Research - Asia Pacific, HSBC Hong Kong

Paul Mackel leads HSBC's Asian Currency Research team based in Hong Kong. He joined HSBC in June 2006 and was previously based in London covering G10 currencies. Prior to joining HSBC, Paul worked in similar roles with other financial institutions.

Tan Pin Ru

Associate Director, Asia-Pacific Rates Strategist, HSBC Singapore

Tan Pin Ru is an Asia-Pacific Rates Strategist at HSBC Singapore, where she covers regional rates markets with particular emphasis on China. Prior to joining HSBC in June 2011, Pin Ru was based in Singapore as an Asia FX and rates strategist with another financial institution. She holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

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