NUS MBA Finance Forum: a panel discussion on the Future of Finance with investment guru Jim Rogers, Ronald Ong of Morgan Stanley Asia (Singapore), and John Tan of Asia Capital Reinsurance. Moderated for Think Business by former CNBC anchor Grace Phan. (Video only for public viewing in Sept 2012).
Venture Capital adviser and research expert Dr Martin Haemmig speaks at NUS Business School. Part one of a two part talk. Watch part two here http://youtu.be/UV8VOOCpeco
An interview with professor Yacine Ait-Sahalia of Princeton University.
Venture Capital adviser and research expert Dr Martin Haemmig speaks at NUS Business School. Part two of a two part talk. Watch part one here http://youtu.be/rsT3ovC6XZA
Microfinance pioneer and Nobel Peace laureate Muhammad Yunus speaks to NUS Business School about the power of social business and human creativity in overcoming the world's biggest problems.
Professor Pankaj Ghemawat of IESE Business School in Barcelona says popular concepts about the extent of globalisation and the death of distance don't stand up to the data.
Speaking at NUS Business School, Liew Mun Leong, CEO of Southeast Asia's largest real estate firm, says focusing on developing and nurturing talent is the key to business success.
William Strong, Morgan Stanley's co-CEO for the Asia Pacific region, explains why Asia is the place to be in the coming decades and why the financial services firm has increased its headcount here by six per cent in the first quarter of 2012.
How the American motorcycle icon is looking to grow its business in Asia and develop Asian business leaders.
Author Chandran Nair says Asia must avoid following the Western consumption-led growth model and come up with its own model of development, or face disaster.
World Bank chief economist for East Asia and the Pacific Bert Hofman at NUS Business School on his outlook for the regional economy. Hofman was speaking at a forum jointly organised by the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments at NUS and Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.