About Asian Insights

About Asian Insights

Centennial Asia Advisors’ Asian Insights provide a conclusive weekly update of key global economic and political developments, with a keen focus on the forward looking drivers of Asian economies. Our Insights provide our subscribers with an assessment of how global trends affect Asia while also keeping abreast of the macroeconomic and geopolitical trends within Asia. We mainly track Asian emerging economies such as China, India/SAARC, ASEAN, Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

The Insights draw from our in-depth knowledge of the Asia’s economic and political trends, in-house economic models and on-the-ground sources. Leveraging on the Centennial Asia Advisors network, which spans both the public and private sectors across diverse industries, has allowed us to develop unique insights into the social, institutional and political considerations that influence key macro-economic trends throughout Asia.

The Asian Insights will alert subscribers to new and dynamic trends that we believe could be game changers for the Asian region. Readers will also benefit from our innovative economic models; our most recent Global Liquidity Index allowed us to make calls on economies ahead of lead indicators.

Our research offers insight into the constantly evolving political and economic landscape in Asia, and what it means to our client’s bottom-line. Readers will understand the trends and relativities within Asia, allowing them to make cross-border capital allocation decisions with confidence.

Insight providers:

Manu Bhaskaran

Manu Bhaskaran

Manu is a leading Asian economist based in Singapore with more than 30 years of experience in studying economic, political and security issues that shape the business environment in Asia. Having worked extensively with investment institutions, government agencies and corporations, Manu’s vast understanding of the Asian region is unrivalled.

Jason Tan

As an economist at Centennial Asia Advisors, Jason covers key Asian economies such as China, Thailand and Singapore. He also keeps a close watch on Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Vietnam. Leveraging on his strong economic background and on the job experience, Jason has developed an intimate understanding of trends and impact of major global developments on these economies.

Asees Bajaj

Also an Economist at Centennial Asia, Asees primarily covers the economies of Indonesia and Malaysia, in addition to India and the Philippines. Asees’ insights build on her background of studying the interrelations between social, economic and political dynamics that shape these economies.