HSBC's CFO Iain Mackay speaks to CNBC after the bank reported a 19 percent fall in pre-tax profit in the first quarter.
Jackson Wong from Huarong International Securities analyzes HSBC's first quarter financial results.
Paul Donovan, global economist at UBS Wealth Management, talks about the economic outlook and political risks in the Eurozone.
Jassim Al Seddiqi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Financial Group, shares his thoughts about opportunities in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East.
Matt Bekier, CEO of The Star, says more Chinese are visiting Australia but the country is losing market share due to a lack of hotel rooms.
Eric Ervin, CEO of Reality Shares, says Apple was pretty conservative in increasing its dividend.
Joep Huntjens from NN Investment Partners analyses the impact of Fed moves on U.S.-dollar bonds in Asia
Caixin magazine published a report alleging Anbang had a murky company structure. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Singapore's top lender, DBS Group Holdings reported first quarter earnings.
Piyush Gupta, CEO of Singapore's DBS Bank, offers his expectations about non-performing loans.
Emily Dabbs, an economist at Moody's Analytics, says the government appears focused on supply side measures to bring down prices.
It means all options are on the table to try and avoid conflict and diplomatically denuclearize North Korea, says Thomas Byrne of the Korea Society.
The bank downgraded its views on China to neutral over concerns on trade relations in the region and the US, says Johan Jooste.
Gildas Surry, AXIOM Alternative Investments, explains why UBS has done better despite the low interest rates in Switzerland.
Alex Capri, NUS Business School, says he gives the U.S. President credit for walking back on most of his extreme positions on trade and foreign policy.
Daniel Hynes, ANZ, says there's bulls are counting on extended output cuts but bears are focusing on the inventory build concerns.
Rob Subbaraman, Nomura, says the recovery in exports has been the main thing the Korean economy has going for it and Trump's comments were a negative for that.
There's a perception that oil markets are flooded due to non-OPEC output but fundamentals show demand will remain strong, says Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia.
Hong Kong's position as a financial center makes it a prime contender to become a fintech hub, according to Franklin Tong Fuk-kay of ASTRI.
Richard Martin, IMA Asia, says U.S. corporations are already sitting on record cash piles, but they need the confidence and certainty to invest.