Meet Dominic Ng
Dominic Ng is Chairman and CEO of East West Bank, one of Bank Director’s Top Performing Banks and the recipient of the Best Boards ranking for 2022. During his 30-year leadership of the bank, Mr. Ng has transformed East West from a small savings and loan association with $600 million in assets in 1991 into a global bank with assets of $62.2 billion. In 2017, American Banker recognized Mr. Ng as Banker of the Year for successfully executing his vision and building East West into one of the nation’s most profitable regional banks.
Dominic’s latest opinion piece has been published in the South China Morning Post. Dominic lays out a clear case for striking the right balance between economic growth and security in the U.S.-China relationship. He posits that keeping U.S. doors open to Chinese imports and investment does not need to compromise national security. The U.S. must recognize the benefits to American workers from trade and investment with China and understand that the bulk of U.S.-China economic engagement is irrelevant to national security concerns. Even in the few sectors where there may be potential risks, Washington has the tools to mitigate them.
With a new administration in place, East West Bank CEO and Chairman Dominic Ng says it’s time to reevaluate the effectiveness of the China tariffs.
To boost America’s economic recovery, keep trade with China open, particularly when it comes to entertainment and education, says East West Bank Chairman and CEO Dominic Ng.
The U.S. must address the risks that come from foreign investment while maintaining openness to restore its reputation as a home for international talent, says Dominic Ng, CEO of East West Bank.
From donations of medical supplies to scientific collaboration, scientists, executives and ordinary people in both countries have shown a willingness to cooperate – and a recognition that the crisis needs to be tackled jointly by their governments.
Chinese reforms and “phase one” trade deal negotiations open an opportunity to rebuild the US-China relationship. Business leaders must step up to sustain that momentum, says Dominic Ng, CEO of East West Bank.
Restricting US-China investments will harm the American economy in the long run.
The targeting of students and professionals based on Chinese origin is damaging to U.S. competitiveness.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng says even if a trade deal is reached, it will succeed only if Beijing and Washington draw up clear rules.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng says recent reforms have improved market access for US companies in China, and should be addressed in US-China negotiations.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng cautions the US against escalating its economic war with China at its own peril.
In the midst of trade negotiations, East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng calls on both countries to strike a “new deal.”
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng says it would be a mistake for the US to shut the door to Chinese technology.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng pinpoints future opportunities for Hollywood-China cooperation.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng outlines common sense steps both countries need to take now.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng says the time is ripe to negotiate, not alienate.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng sets things straight on trade figures that he calls outdated.
Two leaders of business and philanthropy talk about success, friendship, and art at the Broad.
East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng urges both sides to capitalize on bilateral opportunities.
East West Bank Chairman and CEO Dominic Ng says new realities require expert guidance.
East West Bank Chairman and CEO Dominic Ng says current anxieties are overblown.
East West Bank Chairman and CEO Dominic Ng talks about Chinese investments in the U.S.
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