Dominic Ng

Dominic Ng is chairman and chief executive officer of East West Bank. Headquartered in California, East West Bank is a top-performing commercial bank with an exclusive focus on the US and Greater China markets. Mr Ng transformed East West Bank from a small savings and loan association with US$600 million in assets in 1991, into a full-service commercial bank today with US$37 billion in assets.
Dominic Ng
Dominic Ng is chairman and chief executive officer of East West Bank. Headquartered in California, East West Bank is a top-performing commercial bank with an exclusive focus on the US and Greater China markets. Mr Ng transformed East West Bank from a small savings and loan association with US$600 million in assets in 1991, into a full-service commercial bank today with US$37 billion in assets.

Latest from Dominic Ng

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.

7 Mar 2019 - 5:27AM

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.

US-China trade war talks will be for nothing if they don’t take steps to rebuild trust
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.

21 Nov 2018 - 6:27AM

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.

Foreign investors have taken note of China’s easing on FDI. The US government should, too
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

29 Jun 2018 - 11:27AM

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

First trade, now investments: US escalates its economic war with China at its own peril