Thank you for participating as a China Conference: Southeast Asia (CCSEA) delegate, scheduled for February 18-19, 2020 in Manila, Philippines. We would like to share updates about our event with you.
We have been carefully monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus, the recommendations by the World Health Organization, as well as health and international travel advisories. In the interest of your safety, we are postponing the event. We will be in touch shortly with a new conference date.
We appreciate your patience and sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. We look forward to having you join our conference later this year.
Thank you very much.
Senior Economist covering Emerging Asia, NATIXIS, Hong Kong
Trinh Nguyen is Senior Economist covering Emerging Asia at NATIXIS based in Hong Kong. Trinh joined Natixis in October 2015 - she previously worked at HSBC as an Asia economist from August 2011 to October 2015. Trinh was awarded best economist and was top-ranked for her forecasts and expertise on emerging Asia by Asiamoney. Trinh is known to produce forward-looking and game-changing insights that serve fixed income, equity, and FX markets. Trinh is unique in her ability to analyze comparative regional economic development at three levels simultaneously—locally, regionally, and globally. She well known for her ability not just to accurately forecast central bank decisions but also impact of complex geopolitical events on economic growth and assets.
Trinh is also a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, whose global network provides a unique opportunity to think deeply about complex trends and share among policymakers, investors, and corporate leaders. Her passion is refining analytic frameworks and data communication tools that help make sense of fast-paced developments in Asia while connecting the worlds of finance and policy.
Prior to HSBC, she was a consultant at the World Bank conducting research on foreign direct investment and indicators for country-specific labor market trends and patterns. She holds a Master of Arts in International Affairs and International Economics with a specialization on Southeast Asia from Johns Hopkins University.