Babson College: New York Global Group CEO China Expert Benjamin Wey Keynote Speaker at Babson Entrepreneurship Forum

2013-11-06

At the invitation of Babson College, the No.1 ranked U.S. university by U.S. News & World Report in the study of entrepreneurship for the past 20 years, Benjamin Wey, the China expert, journalist, Wall Street financier  and CEO of global private equity investment firm New York Global Group, was a keynote speaker at the 2013 […]

Discussing China’s Capital Markets in Steel Town, USA

2013-05-10

Last week Benjamin Wey traveled to Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Mellon University for their “Summit on US-China Relations.” Love the town, and had a great time serving a guest speaker along with several other highly qualified investment professionals from major Wall Street banks. Sitting up there with some pretty impressive company, we focused on China’s growth and […]

Wall Street Journal – China Expert Benjamin Wey Shares Views on Capital Markets at Carnegie Mellon University

2013-05-08

Wall Street Journal – China Expert, visiting professor Benjamin Wey Shares his Views on Capital Markets at Carnegie Mellon University: Wall Street Journal – China Expert Benjamin Wey Shares Views on Capital Markets at Carnegie Mellon University

Analysts Debate Whether Japan’s Bottleneck Could Benefit Chinese Suppliers

2011-07-07

As the global automotive industry copes with the effect of the supply-chain disruption caused by Japan’s devastating March 11 earthquake, analysts debate whether Chinese suppliers could fill the gap. Expert may shed some light. “It’s no doubt a disaster for Japan, but a great opportunity for the Chinese,” says Benjamin Wey, president of the New […]

Rising Yuan a Risk to China Stability, Says Benjamin Wey: Weekend Interview

2011-06-03

As China plays an increasingly large role in world economics, its position in such entities as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and global markets means its financial and political health are more important than ever to both its trade partners and financial institutions across the world. China’s currency, the yuan, is at a record high […]

Yuan Appreciation Against Dollar Threatens Stability: China Expert

2011-05-31

Political unrest in China could result if the yuan continues to appreciate significantly against the U.S. dollar, according to Benjamin Wey, president of New York Global Group. Late Monday the yuan did just that, guided by the central bank, and the move will not be without consequences—although it remains to be seen what those consequences […]

Benjamin Wey quoted in “Coach Inc. reports strong earnings despite store closures in Japan”

2011-04-26

Coach Inc. reported robust earnings Wednesday, boosted by strong North American same-store sales and expansion in China. The luxury-goods company beat Wall Street’s expectations, further heralding the resurgence of the luxury consumer in both North America and overseas. New York-based Coach earned $186 million, or 62 cents per diluted share, in the third quarter ended […]

What you need to enter the Chinese market

2011-03-15

The massive Chinese consumer market presents both a big commitment and big reward for Western companies, said Benjamin Wey, president at New York Global Group, a middle-market advisory firm specializing in China. Wey said for Western companies, entering the Chinese market is no easy task. Market Research Twenty years ago in China, a Western brand […]

Hungry for a Solution to Rising Food Prices

2011-02-17

As the Tunisian dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali discovered in January, there is no surer route to political oblivion than to deny people access to affordable food. On Dec. 17, after Tunisian police assaulted a street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi and seized his produce cart because, according to his family, he couldn’t afford to […]

Analysis: New China M&A committee lifts hopes of more transparency

2011-02-16

(Reuters) – China’s new review body for inward M&A could bring some much-needed transparency to the deal approval process and even make it quicker for foreign companies to get tie-ups with mainland firms past the authorities. This weekend’s announcement of a new committee to vet acquisitions on the grounds of “national security” looked on the […]