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About Us

What We Do
The US-ASEAN Business Council Inc. (Council) was established in 1984 as a non-profit organization. On behalf of its members, the Council conducts research and analysis of economic, environmental, financial, political, and social, conditions in the ten countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam comprise the ten nations of ASEAN.
President’s Take
April was another exciting month, building upon the momentum that we have generated so far this year. I’ll start this message with a few highlights, then a fuller description of our events will follow. On April 12, the Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce co-hosted a business forum with the President of the Republic of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., during his visit to the United States for the first trilateral U.S.-Japan-Philippines leaders’ summit.

Our People

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President & CEO
SVP & Regional Managing Director
Chief Policy Officer & Senior Vice President - Research
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Deputy Regional Managing Director & Chief Representative
Chief Representative
Chief Representative
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Chief Representative
Senior Research Director
Senior Director
Senior Director

Board of Directors

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Board Chairman
President, Warburg Pincus
Board Vice-Chair
CEO & President, Jhpiego
Board Vice-Chair
Partner, Head of Global Public Policy, Warburg Pincus
Board Secretary
Vice President External Affairs, Philip Morris International
Board Governance
Our Board is composed of a diverse and balanced group of leaders who possess the independence and expertise necessary to fulfill their governance roles on behalf of the members of the US-ASEAN Business Council. The Council's Corporate Governance Principles and committee charters are aligned with best practices and regulatory expectations, building upon a longstanding foundation of governance principles adhered to by the Council and its antecedents. The Board acknowledges the dynamic nature of governance principles and commits to periodically reassessing these principles in response to evolving circumstances and the unique challenges of fostering US-ASEAN business relations.
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