The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore is an independent membership organisation committed to helping strengthen the ties between the UK and Singapore. We have done so since 1954.
Whether you are just starting your research into ASEAN by scoping the market opportunities in Singapore, have established your business and seeking growth, building connections to the UK Government, or looking for brand exposure and employee development opportunities, the Chamber is here to support your needs at every stage of your journey.
With a full calendar of activities throughout the year including events, publications and opportunities to collaborate with our members, the Chamber team is available to help as a point of resource, introductions, networking, learning and profile-raising.
Our goal is to deliver Member Value through the services we offer that all work towards supporting our members in achieving your business objectives and aligning with our Mission of Building Networks, Connecting Businesses, and Creating Opportunities.
All benefit from our leading position as a strong and credible voice for our members and British businesses in Singapore and beyond.
Yun joined HSBC in April 2019 as an ASEAN economist. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, Yun worked at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC, as a research analyst. She gained experience in Asian economies and emerging markets in Washington, DC, and Sydney. She holds an MA in international economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and a bachelor's degree in international and global studies (first class honours) from the University of Sydney.
Aris Dacanay joined HSBC in April 2022 as an ASEAN economist. Prior to HSBC, he worked in the Philippines as an economist for the Department of Finance and the National Economic and Development Authority, focusing on the country's fiscal and macroeconomic policies. Aris has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of the Philippines and a master's degree in international and development economics from the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.
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