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Podcast | Can China's economic slowdown create opportunities in Asia?

November 03, 2022


Podcast | Can China's economic slowdown create opportunities in Asia?

November 03, 2022

Piotr Zembrowski

Senior manager, policy and insights

Piotr is a senior manager at Economist Impact in Hong Kong. He leads research projects in financial services, digital technologies and sustainability. He has almost a decade of experience as a financial journalist, researcher, writer and editor, covering financial services, investments, capital markets, fintech, sustainable finance, and corporate governance in Asia Pacific.
Previous to this role, Piotr conducted capital markets policy advocacy research at CFA Institute, and was the managing editor of Asia-Pacific Research Exchange. Before moving to Hong Kong in 2013, Piotr lived in Toronto, Canada, where he developed online banking and stock trading solutions for TD Bank. Piotr grew up in Poland. He has an MSc in astronomy from the University of Toronto, a Master of Journalism from the University of Hong Kong and is a CFA charterholder.

Episode 2: Can China's economic slowdown create opportunities in Asia?

This is the second episode in the "Shelter from the storm" series on economic, geopolitical and environmental challenges facing companies and markets today. In this episode, we look at the dominant role of China in Asia's economy and the effect its slowdown might have on the region.


Our guests are:

  • Raymond Cheng, managing director and chief investment officer for North Asia at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong
  • Martin Hennecke, head of Asia investment advisory at St. James Place Wealth Management

Shelter from the storm: Investing in the era of uncertainty is a five-part podcast series, supported by EquitiesFirst.

The episode is hosted by Piotr Zembrowski, CFA, Senior Manager, Policy and Insights at Economist Impact.

The podcast has been prepared for informational purposes only. This episode is not an offering of a financial product or investment advice. It is not intended for residents in any jurisdiction where its use is not authorised or is unlawful.

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