Menai will present on the “Global Banking: Adapting to a new era of volatility” panel, addressing the new era of uncertainty generated by the shifting credit cycle and interest rate environment, after a wave of innovation took banks to the forefront digital transformation. Panelists will discuss the bank run triggered by the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank triggering other high profile bank failures. Additionally, topics will include how banks are adopting lending strategies amid the volatility, are banks adequately hedged prepared for shifting confidence in sectors and will more innovation for customers and investors take off.
The panel will be moderated by Stephen Morris, the Financial Times Global Banking Editor, and also joining the global volatility panel will be Michael Cole-Fontayn, Non-executive director, J.P. Morgan Securities Plc; Executive Chairman, Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) Alexandra Soto, Chief Operating Officer, Lazard.
The Global Boardroom will bring together more than 100 leaders in business, policy and finance together with top Financial Times journalists for three day of in-depth analysis and discussion, covering all key sectors and regions. This will include how nations and economies are adjusting to impact of high inflation, the risk of recession, geopolitical unrest impact on markets, the consequences of climate change and other topics.
In addition to his leadership of CTBC Bank USA, Menai serves as Deputy Head of International Business of the $240 billion parent bank in based in Asia. Also, Mr. Menai is a Board Member of Chia Network and serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council and as a member of FDIC's Subcommittee on Modernization.
About CTBC Bank Corp. (USA)
CTBC Bank USA is a trusted and established financial institution for commercial and retail customers. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Los Angeles, CTBC Bank operates branches in California, New Jersey, and New York. The bank’s operations include deposits, loans, credit cards, foreign exchange, letters of credit, wealth management, mobile, and electronic banking services. Customers benefit from access to large bank resources coupled with individual attention and customized service of a small bank. Its parent company, CTBC Bank Co. Ltd., is supported by more than $240 billion in assets and is among the largest banks in the world in terms of capital. For more information about CTBC Bank, visit www.ctbcbankusa.com.