Webinar: Asia: Leading the Global Recovery?
Online | 21 July 2020 | 9:30 GMT / 10:30 CET / 16:30 SGT
Explore the challenges for companies in both recovery and contraction scenarios in Asia
Asia looks set to recover from the global Covid-19 crisis faster than the rest of the world, just as it did in 2009, when China’s growth hit 9% overtaking Japan to become the second biggest economy in the world.
Yet this prediction might be derailed by ongoing global demand shocks, massive outflows from emerging market funds, falls in FDI flows into the region and weakening currencies. Either way, it’s going to be an extremely challenging environment for treasury in the APAC region in 2020. In this webinar we explore the challenges for companies in both recovery and contraction scenarios.
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Xuelin ChenDirector, Group Treasury Trip.com Group Ltd.
Xuelin is Head of Treasury for Trip.com Group Ltd, the biggest OTA from Asia with international presence. She has overall responsibilities for financial risk management, debt capital market, cash management and banking relationships. With the Group’s globalization business strategy, Xuelin leads various transformation projects from FX hedging practices, capital structure review to redesign of global banking landscape to accommodate the company’s rapid oversea expansion. Xuelin holds a master degree in Banking & Finance from University of Lausanne in Switzerland and she is a qualified AMCT.
Stephen HoganVP Regional Treasury Asia Pacific Deutsche Post DHL
Stephen Hogan, VP Regional Treasury Asia Pacific, Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL) has been based in Singapore for the past 16 years, where he established the DPDHL Regional Treasury Centre (RTC) supporting over 140 legal entities in 41 countries across the region. The Group is the world’s leading mail and logistics company servicing customers in over 220 countries and territories worldwide. As a member of Deutsche Post AG Corporate Finance department, his main responsibilities encompass cash management including bank relationships, financial risk management, and corporate finance topics including subsidiary financing, legal entity management and M&A. Currently, he is working on digitalization initiatives within Corporate Finance, to enable the department to adapt to challenges in a digitalized world and work in a more agile fashion. Stephen is also a facilitator for group leadership trainings under the Certified banner and 21st Century CFO programs. Stephen joined DPDHL in 1997 and has also held various Finance and Treasury roles at Country, and Global level in London and Brussels. Prior to this he also worked in Finance and Tax roles in the UK Health Sector and UK Civil Service. Stephen is an ACMA, CGMA, CPA (Aust.) and holds a BA (Hons) Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University. Stephen is currently Honorary Secretary of the Association of Corporate Treasurers Singapore having previously been Honorary Treasurer.
Seng Ti GohSenior General Manager Finance & Administration, Isuzu Motors Asia; President, Association of Corporate Treasurers Singapore Isuzu Motors
Seng Ti heads the FP&A, Treasury & Accounting; and the Human Resource departments in Isuzu Motors Asia Limited. He has over 15 years of corporate and market experience spanning from sell to buy sides. He is the current President of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (Singapore) and is a member in the MAS SC STS Committee. Seng Ti holds a MBA from Nanyang Business School and Executive Programme from IMD Lausanne.