Meet the author

Based in Singapore, Edward leads the ASEAN economic research team, which provides macroeconomic analysis and on-the-ground views on major economic issues in the region. He was previously Head of Asian Rates Strategy, analysing the local-currency bond and interest rate markets, identifying market trends, making hedging and trading recommendations, and identifying relative value. Edward holds an Honours degree in chemical engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Masters in applied economics (Dean’s List) from the Singapore Management University.

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ASEAN – growth in the fast lane

A long-standing economic outperformer, the ten-member ASEAN region still has room for further growth

A long-standing economic outperformer, the ten-member ASEAN region still has room for further growth

Trade beyond borders | 11 Nov 2014

US versus China – who matters more in Asia?

China is important, but Asian economies also stand to gain from improved growth prospects in the US

China is important, but Asian economies also stand to gain from improved growth prospects in the US

Trade beyond borders | 2 Sep 2013