Comtrade Financial appoints Peter Hoon as Head of Asian Economics
03/12/2020

Comtrade Financial today announced the appointment of Peter Hoon as Head of Asian Economics.

Online PR News – 12-March-2020 – TOKYO/CHIYODA-KU – Mr. Hoon is an experienced economist and has worked at China Construction Bank (CCB) for the last 8 years and he will lead the Comtrade Financial’s analysis of the Asian economy and policy issues affecting the outlook.

Comtrade Financial’s Chief Operations Officer commented on Mr. Hoon’s appointment saying “Peter’s knowledge of the Asian economy and his ability to tailor Comtrade Financial’s Research Team with its view to different client segments will be critical in this role. We will continue to work closely with Peter to build out this team’s offering, and we will maintain our strong focus on producing economic analysis that is relevant and useful to our local and offshore client base.”

Comtrade Financial’s Research Team provides extensive coverage and analysis of economics, financial markets and commodities, with staff based in various countries in the Asia Pacific region.

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