FEAL April Luncheon Briefing
The ‘Chinese Dream’ versus ‘America First’ – how will competing visions of the world’s two superpowers set the stage for increased strategic competition? As tensions build across an unprecedented range of issues – trade, currency, North Korea, Taiwan, and the South China Sea – how will the Trump administration affect regional growth and stability?
Alex Wolf, Senior Emerging Markets Economist at Standard Life Investments discussed these issues in detail at the luncheon.
Prior to joining Standard Life Investments, Alexander Wolf spent nearly ten years with the U.S. Government in foreign diplomacy and defense policy roles. Most recently, Alex served with the U.S. Department of State as a diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing and the American Institute in Taiwan, managing a range of economic, trade, and security issues. Prior to joining the diplomatic service, Alex worked at the U.S. Defense Department on Asian security and defense policy. In addition to his government experience, Alex has held roles at Lehman Brothers and Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics.
Alex is based in Hong Kong.