Awaiting Judgment Day: The Implications for Asia of Europe's Permanent Crisis
Luncheon Presentation by Joseph Fuller, co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Monitor Group
Europe's economic challenges remain largely unresolved. By resorting to a succession of tactical solutions, European leaders have both compounded the problem and raised the prospect of growing political tumult. The implications for Asian business leaders and policymakers will be profound. Joseph Fuller, co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of global consultancy, Monitor Group, will discuss potential outcomes and the most important strategic, competitive and financial ramifications for Asia.
Over the past three decades, Fuller has served clients in a wide variety of industries, especially those with a heavy reliance on technology. He has worked extensively on issues of national competitiveness for governments globally, with a particular focus on two of the world’s most dynamic regions, East Asia and the Middle East. A noted authority on governance, he has advised policymakers in those regions on the issues of privatization, globalization and financial liberalization. Fuller is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School.
*Registration open for Asia Society Corporate and President’s Circle Members only