Leadership Dialogue 2013


We have witnessed massive restructurings, policy initiatives and regulations that have been put in place across the Euro zone and US following the Lehman financial crisis. What are the impact and potential opportunities which may arise for the Asia Pacific region following these changes that have taken place in the West?

In this session, Mr. William H. Strong, Co-CEO, Asia Pacific, Morgan Stanley, takes a look back on the causes of the crisis, how governments and central banks have responded to reshape the financial system to restore consumer confidence and shows the way forward and the potential opportunities that lie ahead for the region. Moderating the Q&A is Professor Joseph Cherian, Practice Professor of Finance and Director of Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments, NUS Business School.


  Date: Wednesday,
22 January 2014
  Time: 4.30pm – 6.00pm
  Venue: Function Room 4-2, NUS Business School
  Dress
  Code:
Office attire

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About
the Speaker

William H. Strong is Co-CEO of Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific businesses. He is responsible for all aspects of Morgan Stanley's operations in Asia Pacific. He has led the Firm's efforts with respect to numerous initial public offerings, equity follow-on transactions, mergers, acquisitions, high yield debt and other transactions.

Bill is a member of the Council of advisors to the Hong Kong Treasury Markets Association, the Global Advisory Board of the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Bill is also an Adjunct professor in the Finance Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Bill had held appointments which included Chairman of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Board member of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. In July 2008, Bill led an economic mission to Iraq at the request of the Office of the US Secretary of Defense.

Bill graduated from Purdue University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree and from the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University in 1976 with a Master of Business Administration degree.


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