$400bn+ in products imported from China are under tariffs; exports to Huawei, SMIC and other Chinese companies with links to the government are restricted; investments in some Chinese securities are banned. What stance will Biden take on those and other policies inherited from the previous administration? What is Biden’s likely vision on the relationship with China? We will discuss with Saad Kamal, a senior policy analyst at Washington Analysis, on the back of his discussions with policy experts in DC and the recent cabinet confirmation hearings.

Saad Kamal is a senior US government policy analyst at Washington Analysis. He covers special situations across sectors covering binary events relating to geo-politics, deals, tax, legal, trade or other regulatory catalysts for Washington Analysis that have a significant investment impact. In this role his coverage encompasses all aspects of US-China relationship from trade to technology restrictions to sanctions and geo-political competition. Washington Analysis is the oldest and largest of policy analysis and advisory firms serving institutional investors.

Saad started his career at Lehman Brothers, working in their Global Mergers and Acquisitions group. Saad also worked at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the largest healthcare union in the United States, in the Capital Development Group focusing on healthcare investments. Prior to that, Saad worked at Knob Hill Partners, a Boston-based investment firm.

Thursday, February 25, 2021
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