Standard Chartered Connectors 2019

As key connectors in trade, we aim to bring global business leaders closer to insights on geopolitical shifts, future technologies and the trends shaping our world today.

Past Events

The Global Trade Disorder: A zero-sum game?

Mumbai, India
14 October 2019

The global trade disorder has raised questions about the impact of the US-China dispute on global growth prospects. But what does this mean for emerging markets like India? We had two prominent thinkers, Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India, and Max Baucus, former U.S. Ambassador to China (2014 – 2017) discuss the state of the global trade order, the U.S. - China relationship, and its implications and opportunities for India at the recent Standard Chartered Connectors event.

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Arvind Subramanian

SC Connectors Mumbai event highlights

At Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai, we were privileged to have Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India and Max Baucus, former US Ambassador to China (2014 - 2017) discuss the state of the global trade disorder and its opportunities and implications for India.

SC Connectors Mumbai event highlights

At Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai, we were privileged to have Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India and Max Baucus, former US Ambassador to China (2014 - 2017) discuss the state of the global trade disorder and its opportunities and implications for India.

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Connecting With Arvind Subramanian

We connected with Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai to hear his insights on the state of the global trade disorder, the US-China relationship and how countries like India can navigate this new world order.

Connecting With Arvind Subramanian

We connected with Arvind Subramanian, visiting lecturer at Harvard University and former Chief Economist to the Government of India at Standard Chartered Connectors Mumbai to hear his insights on the state of the global trade disorder, the US-China relationship and how countries like India can navigate this new world order.

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US vs China: A zero-sum game?

New York, USA
12 June 2019

As US and China tensions rose and a potential trade war simmered, we brought together key representatives, including Mr Goh Chok Tong, Emeritus Senior Minister of the Republic of Singapore and The Honourable Jacob J. Lew, 76th United States Treasury of the State, to share their views on the US-China relationship and its implications for global trade.

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SC Connectors NYC event
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Future predictions

Mr Goh Chok Tong, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore, discusses the three possible scenarios for the future of the US and China relationship, and what they would mean for the rest of the world.

Future predictions

Mr Goh Chok Tong, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore, discusses the three possible scenarios for the future of the US and China relationship, and what they would mean for the rest of the world.

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SC Connectors New York event highlights

With the ongoing US-China trade tensions, will the world be divided into two different technological systems? Is globalisation under threat? Both experts weighed in, along with event attendees who offered up their perspectives on the conflict and its implications for the future. 

SC Connectors New York event highlights

With the ongoing US-China trade tensions, will the world be divided into two different technological systems? Is globalisation under threat? Both experts weighed in, along with event attendees who offered up their perspectives on the conflict and its implications for the future. 

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The Cyber Effect

Singapore
21 March 2019

Featuring Dr Mary Aiken, renowned cyberpsychologist and cybersecurity expert, the session delved into emerging cyber trends from organised cybercrime and “insider threats”, to the opportunities and risks posed by Artificial intelligence. Dr Aiken observed that when technology and base human disposition come together, the result is amplified and accelerated – and she calls this ‘The Cyber Effect’.

SC Connectors Singapore event
SC Connectors Singapore event
SC Connectors Singapore event