Baron Laudermilk has six years of experience as a financial editor and journalist covering Asian banking, business and infrastructure.
Working in Singapore, Beijing and Hong Kong as a lead correspondent, Baron has managed the organization of prominent financial conferences, moderated key dialogues, and has written influential pieces on Asian banking that touches on everything from The Asian Financial Crises in 1998 to the liberalization of the renminbi and its impact on global finance.
Baron speaks fluent English and Mandarin, and graduated from Ohio University with a BA in political science and Asian studies.
China will move forward its anti-corruption legislation by drafting a national supervision law, with the revised version scheduled to be submitted to the NPC Standing Committee for review within the year.
The Financial Stability and Development Council of India, a body chaired by the country’s Union finance minister, has proposed that a panel of financial regulators be formed to develop a new stewardship code for investors.