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Even with gradual global economic recovery over the first half of 2017, significant risks and uncertainties remain in the near-term, including protracted weak world oil prices. Asian investors will need to identify potential economic shocks and challenges to make sound decisions.
Rajiv Biswas, Chief Economist, APAC, IHS Markit
While handling demand is firming, the persistent problem of overcapacity and associated challenges with profitability continues to underpin a search for greater economies of scale for liner shipping companies. IHS Markit will highlight the structural changes and changing shape of investment returns to come.
Turloch Mooney, Senior Editor, Global Ports, IHS Markit
Following two years of spending cuts, project delays and general upstream oil and gas industry weakness, are things now looking up? This is a crucial time for Asia to sieve out the weak and propel the strong to greater heights. For Singapore, the right strategy is crucial to remain the world’s premiere offshore service centre.
Ang Dingli, Principal Researcher, IHS Markit
Mr. Johnson Chng, Partner and MD, Silk Road Finance Corporation
Mr. Kent Chaplin, Chief Executive Officer, Lloyd’s, Asia Pacific
Ms. Audra Low, Founding Member and Head of Origination and Structuring, Clifford Capital
Mr. Alok Sinha, Managing Director, Head – Greater Asia, Energy and Natural Resources, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore