A World in Transition: What Matters For Asia


A World in Transition: What Matters For Asia



The world is at a crossroads, and Asia--which is increasingly at the center of global economic, financial, and political gravitas--is no exception. From demographic shifts, such as rapid population aging and an emerging middle class, to technological disruptions, including the rise of blockchain and artificial intelligence, there is a host of forces that leaders in the region must learn to navigate, should they seek to survive and flourish in today's uncertain and ever-evolving world. What matters now for Asia and its citizens, ten years after the Global Financial Crisis? How can companies and countries take advantage of the opportunities presented by rampant change and triumph in this era of disruption?


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Opening Remarks:

Michael Klowden CEO, Milken Institute




Haslinda Amin Anchor and Chief International Correspondent for Southeast Asia, Bloomberg Television




Heenam Choi CEO, Korea Investment Corporation

Ravi Menon Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore

Ning Tang Founder, Chairman and CEO, CreditEase

Published September 24, 2018