Roman Scott is managing director at Calamander Capital (http://www.calamandergroup.com/) and economic spokesperson of the British Chamber of Commerce, Singapore. Mr. Scott was formerly a partner in The Boston Consulting Group's Singapore office and a senior member of BCG's Global Financial Services practice. Starting in the London financial markets in 1987, he has over 20 years of experience as a board level advisor to more than 50 financial institutions and government agencies in the UK, Europe, South Africa, Japan and Southeast Asia. Mr. Scott led much of BCG's bank restructuring and risk management work in the region following the Asian crisis. He was an advisor to the Indonesian Government's Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA) and four of Indonesia's top five banks. He served on the Government of Singapore's Economic Restructuring Committee Financial Services Task Force in 2001, and currently advises the UK government on Asian economic issues. Mr. Scott also led BCG's wealth management practice in Asia from 2000 - 2006, and has worked for most of the major global private banks at some point in his career. As an economic strategist, Mr. Scott is known for his longstanding warnings on the US economy, its markets and the US dollar, his bullishness on Asia, and for accurately calling the rise of oil prices, Asian equity markets and real estate over the last decade.