Ralph Haupter of Microsoft discusses how the tech giant supports the financial technology needs of banks.
Gaming hardware firm Razer has seen "great growth" both in the periods before and after its public debut in Hong Kong two years ago, according to the company's co-founder and CEO, Min Liang Tan.
Tony Atti of Phononic shares how his company's technology can cool or raise temperatures more efficiently.
Mark Mobius, who has long been bullish on India, said he doesn't agree with Moody's assessment that the country's growth will be subdued.
Grab, which was valued at $14 billion in March this year, faces a $2 billion payout to Uber if it doesn't go public by March 2023. Uber, a rival ride-hailing app, holds a 27.5% stake in Grab.
David Adelman, partner at Reed Smith and former U.S. ambassador to Singapore, says progress is being made and he expects some resolution between America and China in the next six months or so.
Netherlands home affairs minister Raymond Knops told CNBC that lawmakers want to ensure that personal information of Europeans is protected by big tech firms.
Anthony Tan of Grab says combining services to serve customers as a super app is "incredibly powerful." He also says there's "for sure" a path for Grab to reach company-wide profitability.
Min-Liang Tan of Razer discusses video gaming and the "massive opportunity" financial technology. He says youth and millennials are "incredibly underserved" in financial services.
Nick Nash of Asia Partners says his private equity firms looks for humble, quiet, underappreciated companies to invest in. He describes these as "rhinoceroses" instead of "unicorns," which is what start-ups valued at more than $1 billion are called.
Christopher Brankin, CEO of TD Ameritrade Singapore, says the Fed is in a "wait-and-see mode" in terms of where the economy is headed.
"If you look at who's giving money to Warren: wealthy people," said Mark Mobius, founding partner of Mobius Capital Partners.
Raymond Knops, minister of the interior and kingdom relations for the Netherlands, says it's possible for U.S. tech firms to be barred from Europe if the companies are unable to comply with principles about transparency and privacy in the development of new technologies.
Mark Mobius of Mobius Capital Partners says, when it comes to "actual action," Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax is not going to be significant. He also says there'll be a "big correction" if Warren wins the election in 2020 because President Trump's policies have been "so beneficial" to the economy that any change will cause investors to hold back.
If cloud providers don't allow users to control where they want their data and applications, the cloud will not succeed, says Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen of Red Hat.
Kirk Hartman of Wells Fargo Asset Management explains why he says the bond market and the U.S. dollar hold the key to driving the stock markets higher. He says a U.S.-China trade deal should lead to a weaker dollar, and that would be good for stocks.
Mark Mobius of Mobius Capital Partners says he doesn't think Moody's downgrade on India's outlook was "called for," and he sees "tremendous growth" coming in the country.
Steve O'Neil of REC Group discusses the applications of solar power, the way forward to decarbonizing the economy and opportunities being created by the transformation of the energy sector.
Frédéric Théry of Veolia Water Technologies says firms are realizing that they have "no choice" but to discuss water management and the cost of water.
Steve Cochrane of Moody's Analytics discusses the state of Singapore's economy. He says the services sector seems to be holding up pretty well.