Webinar: Asian Fixed Income: Impact of Hong Kong security law amidst rising US-China tensions

29 July 2020|4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Principal Global Investors cordially invites you to join the a timely discussion with Howe Chung Wan, Head of Asian Fixed Income – Principal Global Fixed Income, as he shares his outlook on the impact of Hong Kong security law on Asia markets amid rising US-China tensions. The webinar session will follow with a 15-minute question and answer segment.

Highlights/Key takeaways:

  • Retaliatory actions by the U.S. and the near term impact on Hong Kong
  • Strategic implications for Hong Kong as a financial hub and stability of the HKD peg
  • Longer Term U.S.-China relationship and tensions
  • Overall impact on Asian credits and our outlook

Keynote Speaker

Howe Chung Wan 
Managing Director and Head of Asian Fixed Income
Principal Global Fixed Income

Howe is Managing Director and Head of Asian Fixed Income at Principal Global Investors. He has regional oversight and management of the fixed income portfolio management, research and trading team in Asia.  Howe joined from Amundi Asset Management where he was Director and Head of Asian Fixed Income and before that as portfolio manager in the emerging market team at Standish Mellon Asset Management. Prior to Standish, Howe was Lead Portfolio Manager, Global Fixed Income at the Reserves Management Department of the Monetary Authority of Singapore based in London and Singapore. He began his career at the Ministry of Trade and Industry as a management associate of the Singapore Administrative Service, covering economic and trade relations with Asian countries and was based in both China and Singapore.  Howe received a Master of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science with double majors in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from Carnegie Mellon University.


Wednesday, 29 July 2020

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Certificate of Attendance



Zoom Conference

  • This session will be presented via Zoom Conference. If need help, please email support@aiam.com.hk.