Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng is chairman, president and chief executive officer of East West Bank, the No 1 ranked commercial bank in the Bank Director’s 2021 Bank Performance Scorecard.

Latest from Dominic Ng

Opinion | Keeping US doors open to Chinese imports and investment need not compromise national security

The US must recognise the benefits to American workers from trade and investment with China and understand that the bulk of US-China economic engagement is irrelevant to national security concerns.

The US must recognise the benefits to American workers from trade and investment with China and understand that the bulk of US-China economic engagement is irrelevant to national security concerns.

15 Dec 2021 - 3:30AM
Macroscope | The US economy, starting with Hollywood and education, needs China to build back better

Continued trade with China will be crucial for the US’ economic recovery. Saving jobs in Hollywood and US universities, for example, depends on maintaining strong ties with China.

Continued trade with China will be crucial for the US’ economic recovery. Saving jobs in Hollywood and US universities, for example, depends on maintaining strong ties with China.

13 May 2021 - 2:05AM
Opinion | Amid US-China stand-off, American and Chinese citizens show the way with their Covid-19 cooperation

From donations of medical supplies to scientific collaboration, scientists, executives and ordinary people in both countries have shown a willingness to cooperate – and a recognition that the crisis needs to be tackled jointly by their governments.

From donations of medical supplies to scientific collaboration, scientists, executives and ordinary people in both countries have shown a willingness to cooperate – and a recognition that the crisis needs to be tackled jointly by their governments.

11 Jun 2020 - 5:47AM
The View | Business leaders must push back on US-China decoupling and demand de-escalation of trade tensions

Businesses bear the brunt of the trade war and are best positioned to hold both sides to their pledges of change. With Chinese reforms gaining momentum, business leaders have no reason to hold off advocating for de-escalation and engagement.

Businesses bear the brunt of the trade war and are best positioned to hold both sides to their pledges of change. With Chinese reforms gaining momentum, business leaders have no reason to hold off advocating for de-escalation and engagement.

17 Dec 2019 - 10:29PM
Opinion | Financial markets are a key source of America’s prosperity, so leave them out of the US-China trade war

The clamour to place greater restrictions on Chinese investment is growing on Capitol Hill. However, such a move would be deeply irresponsible, not least because it would threaten both the US economy and its global influence.

The clamour to place greater restrictions on Chinese investment is growing on Capitol Hill. However, such a move would be deeply irresponsible, not least because it would threaten both the US economy and its global influence.

4 Oct 2019 - 3:57AM
The View | US-China trade war talks will be for nothing if they don’t take steps to rebuild trust

Even if a deal is reached in the current round of negotiations, it won’t last if Beijing and Washington don’t make compromises and draw up clear rules for future interactions.

Even if a deal is reached in the current round of negotiations, it won’t last if Beijing and Washington don’t make compromises and draw up clear rules for future interactions.

7 Mar 2019 - 5:27AM
The View | Foreign investors have taken note of China’s easing on FDI. The US government should, too

While Beijing’s moves do not go far enough, they have made a real difference to foreign businesses entering the Chinese market, including US firms. Trade negotiators on both sides should seize on the opportunities this presents.

While Beijing’s moves do not go far enough, they have made a real difference to foreign businesses entering the Chinese market, including US firms. Trade negotiators on both sides should seize on the opportunities this presents.

21 Nov 2018 - 6:27AM
First trade, now investments: US escalates its economic war with China at its own peril

Increasing US scrutiny into investments by foreign companies could lead to a blanket ban on Chinese funding in specific sectors, in turn dealing a blow to US jobs, America’s investors, and its reputation for transparency and openness

Increasing US scrutiny into investments by foreign companies could lead to a blanket ban on Chinese funding in specific sectors, in turn dealing a blow to US jobs, America’s investors, and its reputation for transparency and openness

29 Jun 2018 - 11:27AM