Marie Owens Thomsen, Indosuez Wealth Management, says small companies will face additional administrative burdens post-Brexit.
Paul Rawlinson of Baker McKenzie weighs in on the complicated negotiations that are due to take place between the U.K. and the European Union.
Ishan Dutt, research analyst at Canalys, says quality control, new voice assistant Bixby and display technology will be features to look out for.
Norman Chan, CIO at Oreana Private Wealth, explains why he's overweight European and Japanese markets.
After two years of flat growth in earnings, 2017 is the year Asian banks will see a turnaround in earnings per share and credit quality, JPMorgan said.
Hootsuite CEO tells CNBC why companies need to develop a deep, cultural understanding of social media.
Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite, says digital strategy has to come from the top.
Harsh Modi at J.P. Morgan says markets could be underestimating the upside for banks in South and Southeast Asia.
Eddie Cheung of Standard Chartered Bank talks about where the dollar is headed, and how Asian currencies might be affected.
Trinh Nguyen at Natixis says investment in South Korea grew by 7.1 percent, the strongest growth year-on-year since June 2010.
Richard Iley of BNP Paribas says stronger global growth is the foundation for the resilient market rally.
Bate Gil, professor at Australian National University, says China is looking to get more support in the region for its multilateral trade framework.
Patrick Bennett, forex strategist at CIBC, says the dollar has retraced most of the gains after last November.
Sarah Lien of Eastspring Investments says Asian equity markets are up by at least 12 percent this year.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Hong Kong investors are more concerned about the mainland government's monetary and fiscal policies.
Kaddu Sebunya, president of the African Wildlife Foundation, says the blocking the trade of wildlife products is only half the battle won.
Peter Hall, chief economist at Export Development Canada, discusses the diversified nature of Canadian trade, including the machinery and aerospace sectors.
Kent Calder, Johns Hopkins University, takes a closer look at the relationships China has with the U.S., South Korea and Japan.
Samsung is unlikely to adopt a holding company structure as this would undermine the Lee family's control, warns Nomura's Michael Na.
Geoff Cutmore and Sophia Yan examine how China's "One Belt, One Road" project could create benefits, locally and globally.