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Global payments company Earthport (LON:EPO) is making an “expanded focus” into Asia, according to chief executive Hank Oberoi. The firm, which already has relationships with large global banks including HSBC (LON:HSBA), Bank of America, Standard Chartered (LON:STAN), Japan Post Bank, has “many, many more in the pipeline”, he added. The company’s technology allows clients to transfer money to anywhere in the world and into the local currency at a price point that no bank can match and at a significantly lower cost to the consumer.
John Brosnan is the Regional Managing Director of Southeast Asia for BAE Systems, a global provider of defense and security products. He spoke with The Prospect Group about BAE Systems initiatives in Southeast Asia, its focus in Malaysia, and the Eurofighter Typhoon. Copyright 2012 - The Prospect Group For more information, please visit: http://www.theprospectgroup.com/john-brosnan-managing-director-southeast-asia-bae-systems-8662/
From January 2000 to Autumn 2004, Focus Asia, broadcast on the STAR WORLD channel across Asia and the Middle East, became a showcase for quality current affairs features about the region. This program features Mark Niu as anchor, providing a sampling of Focus Asia reporting over the years. Senior Broadcast Producer: Stephanie Scawen. Executive Producer: Jim Laurie. This series from 2001 through 2006 was carried on some 30 US Public television channels, including channels in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington, and Atlanta.
Focus Asia was a TV series that ran on Asia's STAR WORLD channel from 2000 to 2004. Senior Producer throughout its run was Stephanie Scawen. Anchors and contributors to the show included Susan Yu, Mark Niu, Joe Kainz, Jennifer Lee, Anjali Rao, Shakuntala Santhiran, Anjali Rao, Rob McBride, Adrian Brown, Karen Koh, and Deborah Kan. Creator and Executive Producer Jim Laurie. STAR WORLD was one of the STAR TV channels, part of the Asia subsidiary of News Corporation.
This program aired in 2002 on STAR WORLD and on American Public Television channels. Joe Kainz hosts this edition featuring Rob McBride in Pakistan , Mark Niu in Shanghai on adopting disabled orphans, and Adrian Brown in South Korea on its economic rebound and new reputation (2002) as "Kool Korea." Remarkable that more than 14 years later some issues remain the same. Produced by Stephanie Scawen. Executive Producer Jim Laurie.
From 2008. This film Directed and Narrated by Jim Laurie, shot in 2007-8, profiles individuals in Asia who are champions of environmental protection. Notes: This upload is for historical purposes only - as some of the elements in this 2008 film are now outdated as of 2014. The filmmakers travel to China, India, Indonesia, and Singapore for this special. The 53 minute film was originally conceived as a six part TV series 'Earth Factor Asia' originating from Focus Asia Productions in Hong Kong. Changes since US broadcast: -the solar panel leader profiled, Dr Shi Zheng Rong (44 min 22 secs into the film) suffered failure in his Suntech Solar power business in 2012. His firm was declared bankrupt in March 2013 and Dr Shi forced out, was held for investigation by Chinese authori...
http://www.emba-asia.essec.edu | The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific program has been designed to address the ever-changing demands on senior management operating in the Asia-Pacific region. ESSEC Business School has over 20 years of experience in training and developing senior executives globally. The ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA Asia-Pacific course is built on three pillars: a unique academic curriculum, a pan-asian core with global reach and an inclusive approach with a strong focus on actionable learning and tactical frameworks applicable back in the workplace. This modular program is delivered over a period of 15 months where participants attend classes every 4 weeks for 6 full days. With the expertise of a renowned faculty based in Singapore and from the campus in France, part...
In 2015, Germany and AFGHANISTAN celebrated 100 years of friendship. Since 2002 we have been offering seminars for young diplomats from Afghanistan to strengthen this relationship. The seminar’s objective is not only to help strengthen and consolidate democracy in Afghanistan, but also promote and support regional cooperation and build up networks.
http://www.emba-asia.essec.edu The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific program has been designed to address the ever-changing demands on senior management operating in Asia. The curriculum leverages on ESSEC's 20 years of experience in running Executive MBA programs and the partnership with Mannheim Business School since 2004. Key Benefits - An international outlook with a pan-Asian core, with courses examining new business models in Asia, future powerhouses and international residencies. - An innovative curriculum incorporating the latest business trends in topics such as Big Data, Value-creating Innovation, Branding with Digital and Social Networks and Family Business. - Compact class size to provide a highly-interactive learning experience. - Accelerated Career Progressi...