Jame DiBiasio

Executive Editor

Jame provides editorial direction for AsianInvestor, FinanceAsia and The Corporate Treasurer. He is the founding editor of AsianInvestor, which was established in 2000. He also served as managing editor of FinanceAsia from 2000 to 2003. He previously served as a reporter at Institutional Investor Newsletters in New York and in Hong Kong, where he was named bureau chief. Jame graduated from American University and Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. He is the author of The Story of Angkor and the novel Gaijin Cowgirl.

How China will become the world's banker

Hayden Briscoe is the Hong Kong-based director of Asia-Pacific fixed income at AllianceBernstein. He explains why China is poised to transform global capital markets.
April 19, 2016

China will love Trump’s trade policy

Whether it’s from Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders, the anti-trade movement in the US presidential election would boost China’s prospects, not America’s.
March 16, 2016

Private equity's China moment

David Pierce of HQ Capital reflects on his 20-year career in private equity in Asia and looks at the road ahead for China.
March 01, 2016

HQ capitalises on secondary PE fallout

David Pierce has a 20-year career in private equity in Asia and has run HQ Capital's Asia business since 2014. Here, he gives his views on the outlook for private equity in Asia.
February 25, 2016

Joining the dots on the Fed's next move

Malie Conway and Ranjiv Mann of Rogge Global Partners discuss why US rates could peak sooner than projected as the Fed pursues its 'dot plot'.
February 01, 2016

'You can't properly trade China'

Malie Conway and Ranjiv Mann of Rogge Global Partners explain why renminbi weakness needs to be carefully managed.
January 25, 2016