Media

CLSA actively engages with global media organisations.

At CLSA we work closely with media from across the globe to provide insights, commentary or analysis to assist with news stories.

Contacts

CLSA’s global media team is based in Hong Kong.

We handle media enquiries for the CLSA group of companies.

Global

CLSA Media

+852 2600 8888                

media@clsa.com

Americas

Simone Wheeler

Global Head, Group Communications, CLSA Ltd.

simone.wheeler@clsa.com

 

Newsroom

Global media organisations regularly seek the views of CLSA’s analysts, economists and strategists.

Oct 3, 2018 / Tokyo

CNBC TV: Japan’s Nikkei hits 27-year high weak yen

CLSA’s Japan Strategist Nicholas Smith talks about why the Japan market is about corporate profits and has nothing to do with the big macro moves.

Oct 1, 2018 / Tokyo

Bloomberg TV: Corporate Japan Is Doing Very Well, Says CLSA's Smith

Nicholas Smith, Japan Strategist at CLSA, discusses Japan’s Tankan survey for September and what it means for the economy.

Sep 10, 2018 / Hong Kong

CNBC TV: How trade tensions are impacting semiconductors

Inventory levels are rising across supply chains while memory chip prices are also on the decline, according to Sebastian Hou, an investment analyst at CLSA.

Sep 10, 2018 / Hong Kong

CNBC TV: 'Central banks are no longer driving market activity'

Over the past year or so, politics have emerged as the principal factor impacting global stocks, notes Christopher Wood, global equity strategist at CLSA.

Sep 10, 2018 / Hong Kong

CNBC TV: What can be expected from Slater and Gordon's class action against?

Slater and Gordon’s class action against major Australian banks makes for good headlines, but the financial implications will likely not be great, according to Brian Johnson, Australia banking analyst at CLSA.

Media @ CLSA Forums

CLSA welcomes media to attend its Investor Forums on an invitation-only basis.

CLSA’s Investor Forums are market-leading investment conferences that form part of our corporate access platform for CLSA clients and corporates. Media are permitted to attend the CLSA Forums on an invitation-only basis and must pre-register to obtain accreditation.

At the Forums, we provide access to CLSA analysts, economists & strategists as well as keynote and specialist speakers. Not all sessions are open to media; this is at the discretion of the speaker. Wherever possible, we attempt to provide a robust programme of content for media.

For any further enquiries, please contact media@clsa.com.