Policy in the U.S. has been an important factor in determining multinational companies’ (“MNCs”) decisions when doing business in China. With increasing populist pressures in the U.S., many MNCs and investors are wondering whether this will lead to less friendly U.S.-Asia foreign relations, hence affecting their business and operations in China.
In light of this, FTI Consulting is delighted to invite you to a seminar on “The Future of Populism and Policy Risk in the Era of Trump,” where you will hear from Mitch Silber, Head of Policy Risk at FTI Consulting and former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the New York City Police Department (NYPD), and Nick Consonery, Head of Asia Policy Risk Research at FTI Consulting. They will provide analysis and insight into how populist pressures in the U.S. and Europe will shape policy risk and commercial opportunities for MNCs and asset managers in this new era.
A special focus will be on the tension between globalist and nationalist factions within the Trump Administration and what implications this will have on U.S.-Asia foreign relations.
Head of Policy Risk
Mitch Silber is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting in New York. He is the head of the policy risk practice. Mitch is a professional global policy risk and intelligence analyst and has more than 20 years of experience creating, building and leading analytic teams and organizations dedicated to providing bespoke consulting and advisory work for a wide range of corporate, financial and governmental clients. He is a regular commentator on policy risk and terrorism related issues for both print and broadcast news outlets.
Head of Asia Policy Risk Research
Nick Consonery is the lead analyst for Asia in the policy risk practice. He is a Senior Director, located in New York. Nick provides policy risk analysis of key Asian countries to clients, both at the macro and micro level for retainer clients and as bespoke project work for consulting clients. His analysis of the economic and policy environment in Asia and how it will develop over the medium and long term is a key element of our corporate policy risk advisory service.
Please RSVP by 2 May using the links above. For more information please contact Polly Yu.