D. Orlando Smith, premier and minister for finance of the British Virgin Islands, talks about how the territory is a well-regulated financial jurisdiction.
Small start-ups either have to possess a specific niche or have global scale to compete in China, says Fritz Demopoulos, CEO at Queen's Road Capital.
China's positive PPI indicated improved profitability and should be a bullish indicator for investors, says J.P. Morgan's Adrian Mowat.
Asian markets opened mixed on Tuesday, with the Kospi and ASX marginally up and the Nikkei down by 0.08 percent.
FastBooking's Guillaume de Marcillac talks about how the digital space gives hoteliers the opportunity to reinvent themselves for Asia's booming middle class.
Wedbush Securities' Michael Pachter thinks attracting U.S. subscribers will be hard as Netflix enters Q4 with just one original series ... about Queen Elizabeth.
With data reflecting a mixed picture about growth, markets will need to either push to the upside or reprice lower, says Prudential Financial's Quincy Krosby.
Key topics discussed during the BRICS Summit were terrorism, security, and trade, with BRIC nations pledging to double intra-BRICS trade by 2020.
Investors are choosing emerging markets because of the low yield environment rather than structural reform, says Eric Liu, head of research at Vanda Research.
Bob McCooey, SVP at Nasdaq, talks about the Chinese companies that have chosen U.S. listings on the Nasdaq and what 2017 might bring.
As the Philippines warms up to China, the question remains as to how it will tackle its dispute over the South China Sea, says Roberto Herrera-Lim, MD at Teneo.
A stronger Japanese yen will challenge the investment thesis for being long on Japanese equities, says Brett McGonegal, CEO at Capital Link International.
Iraqi forces will retake Mosul after heavy fighting but rebuilding Iraq will take even longer, says Chicago Council on Global Affairs's Ivo Daalder.
Returns on OECD-based infrastructure have become competitive, making Asia a new opportunity, says the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan's Andrew Claerhout.
If GDP growth doesn't hit its 6.7 percent forecast, spillover effects in the market will affect the rest of Asia, says OCBC Bank's Vasu Menon.
Asian markets open mixed on Monday morning, with the Nikkei and Kospi in the green but the ASX down by 0.18 percent.
This presidential election resembles a toss-up between a show horse and a workhorse, says David Adelman, partner at Reed Smith.
Rodrigo Catril, currency strategist at NAB, talks about the Bank of England's plans for the sterling, as well as his expectations for the euro.
More than $1 trillion is required each year to develop suitable infrastructure in Asia, says Michael Barrow at the Asian Development Bank.
China PPI data might look stable but the state of its stock markets remains poorly, says Andrew Freris, CEO at Ecognosis Advisory.