"The panellists highlighted several key announcements made during Finance Minister Lawrence Wong's Budget speech on Friday, such as the higher carbon tax rates to come and changes to manpower policies".

ESS Panel Discussion Forum on Post Singapore Budget 2022

19 February 2022 02:00:00 PM

Economic Society of Singapore

ESS Panel Discussion Forum on Post Singapore Budget 2022

The Economic Society of Singapore organised a post-Budget 2022 panel to present views on what promises to be a highly consequential budget on 19 February 2022. ESS has assembled a distinguished panel of speakers who, being well-versed in their knowledge of the Singapore economy and international economic affairs, will have much to contribute to our understanding of the budget’s implications. The panellists were Mr James Cheo, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer for South-East Asia, Global Private Banking and Wealth, at HSBC, SUSS Associate Professor Walter Theseira, OCBC Bank Head of Treasury Research and Strategy Selena Ling, Association of Small and Medium Enterprises vice-president Ang Yuit and NTU Associate Professor Bao Te (L-R of the photo). 

“The panellists highlighted several key announcements made during Finance Minister Lawrence Wong’s Budget speech on Friday, such as the higher carbon tax rates to come and changes to manpower policies”.

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