6 May, 2011
Emerging Markets: Thailand prepares to see if it has mended rifts
24 August, 2022

Thailand’s New Hope tells a commonplace emerging market story

Euromoney, August 24 2022 There is reason for optimism in Thailand’s recovery from Covid. But comments from the […]
14 January, 2022

UOB snaps up Citi Asian operations

Euromoney, January 14 2022 In a good deal for both parties, Citi makes progress on its programme of […]
25 April, 2019

Belt and Road Uses a Durian in Hope of Better PR

Euromoney, April 25 2019 China has been having a hard time convincing the world of its noble intentions […]
18 October, 2018

Asia is Sanguine About Global Shocks

Euromoney, October 2018 Two themes, a sort of call-and-response, dominated the IMF annual meetings in Bali in October. […]
1 February, 2018

Fintech: Up Bit Creek

Euromoney, February 2018  A bitcoin conference on a Thai beach, part of a cryptocurrency cruise, is quite a […]
18 November, 2014

Forbes.com: What Liverpool FC’s Facebook Survey Tells You about the Power of Emerging Markets

Forbes.com, November 18 2014 To read this at Forbes.com, click here
23 May, 2014

If It’s Thursday, There Must Be A Coup: Making Sense of Thailand

Forbes.com, May 23 2014 To read this at Forbes.com, click here
7 May, 2014

Goodbye Yingluck. What Next For Thailand?

Forbes.com, May 7 2014 To read this article on Forbes.com, click here
6 May, 2014

The Fragile Five Are Fine: Worry About China, Hong Kong, Malaysia And Singapore Instead

Forbes.com, May 6 2014 To read this on Forbes.com, click here
9 October, 2013

Emerging Markets: Asian fund passports move closer

Emerging Markets World Bank editions, October 2013 After years of discussions, there are now three separate schemes underway […]
3 October, 2013

FT Beyondbrics. Asean funds: have passport, could travel?

Financial Times BeyondBrics, October 3 2013 Asian fund passport plans, to borrow the old cliché, are like London […]
1 September, 2013

Euromoney: Thai banks recover with the country

Euromoney, September 2013 Thai banks are growing strongly as the country recovers from devastating floods in 2011, with […]