The pain of forecasting and how to make it easier

It’s a common misconception that, for corporates, forecasting is a relatively straightforward task that is handled by the finance department. As our Q4 survey of CFOs in Hong Kong and Singapore shows

Melbourne Cup Day and Culture Day in Japan

If you work in Australia outside the State of Victoria, you are probably taking a ‘sickie’ today. The Melbourne Cup horse race, always held on the first Tuesday of November

Chung Yeung

The festival has many names: Autumn Remembrance, Festival of High Places, and Double-Ninth. Just like the Ching Ming Festival, which happens every spring

The 2020 Business Crisis – Feel the LUV

We surveyed broad spectrum of Hong Kong CFOs about their expectations on the shape of the recovery post COVID-19 and optimism is in short supply; indeed only 9% see a V-shaped rebound or a quick return business at 2019 levels.

Needs of a CFO

Responses to the survey are confidential and will not be disclosed. Only aggregated data will be published.

Hangul Day

Every 9 October is Hangul Day, a national holiday in South Korea to celebrate the invention of Hangul and its adoption as the official alphabet of the Korean language by Korean

Business Re-boot Considerations

The COVID crisis has been an enormous strain on many businesses and many are looking at plans to ‘reboot’. Here are some thoughts from Trinity Bridge Asia on the five key aspects that you should consider when preparing such a plan.

Partner Identification Process

Many of Trinity Bridges’ clients are looking to identify the right Asian partner and negotiate a distribution deal that will ensure growth and success in Asia.

Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti is a national holiday in India. Jayanti means jubilee, and this holiday falls on the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday in 1869, to celebrate his contribution to world peace.

CFOs and the impact of COVID-19

We deconstructed the opening panel on the changing leadership role of the CFO into 5 questions. What has been the biggest impact of coronavirus virus on your business?