HSBC Economic & FX Outlook 2016

Speakers of the event discussed the beneficial insights into the investment landscape for 2016 and beyond.

Event Overview

Speakers of the event discussed the beneficial insights into the investment landscape for 2016 and beyond.

The moderate global economic growth in 2015 and ongoing pressure on the emerging markets, particularly in China, has brought many concerns about the economic outlook in 2016. Challenges remain strong for investors and businesses to navigate the market with the uncertainty of the business sentiments as well as the foreign exchange rates. Speakers of the event discussed the beneficial insights into the investment landscape for 2016 and beyond.

Speakers

Paul Mackel
Head of Global EM FX Research, HSBC Hong Kong

Lim Su Sian
ASEAN Economist, HSBC Singapore

John Zhu
Greater China Economist, HSBC Hong Kong

Rahul Badhwar
Managing Director, Head of Corporate Sales ASP ex Gr China, Global Markets, HSBC Hong Kong

Antony John Shaw
Managing Director, Head of Institutional & Wealth Sales, Asia Pacific, HSBC Global Markets

Patrick Wong
Head of China Sales and Business Development, HSBC Securities Services

Lim Cheong Guan
Executive Director, Top Glove Corporation Bhd

Mohamad Derwish
General Manager, Corporate Finance, Telekom Malaysia Berhad

Discussion Topics

The event covers a variety of topics on economic outlook and FX strategy, this includes:

  • FX Outlook
  • China Economic Outlook
  • Malaysia Economic Outlook
  • FX Risk Management
  • Investing in China and RQFII Programme

 

Click on the links below to read more insights about the topics discussed:

Managing FX Risks in Uncertain Times
Malaysian Economy Poised to Take on Challenges Ahead
Accessing China’s Capital Markets - Openings and Considerations for Malaysian Investors

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Event Highlights

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