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FXTM Market Analysts

Han Tan

Han Tan

Market Analyst

E-mail: media@fxtm.com

Personal info

Tan Chung Han (Han Tan) joined FXTM in January 2019 as a Market Analyst. A highly experienced financial journalist and news presenter with an in-depth understanding of the Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific regions, Han will be providing valuable insights into local and international market news, as well as macroeconomic trends. Han will also act as the face of the company for these regions by providing market commentary, thereby solidifying FXTM’s reputation as a leading authority on world currency trends.

Since his graduation in 2006 from Liberty University in Virginia, USA, Han has worked for a number of national broadcasters, including Bloomberg TV Malaysia, BFM and TV3. He also reported for the popular shows Dashboard and Moving Malaysia on Bloomberg TV Malaysia. As a journalist, Han had the opportunity to interview key policymakers and industry leaders such as Cecilia Malmstrom, Malaysian politician YB Lim Kit Siang, former Malaysia Airlines CEO Peter Bellew and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus. As part of the wider Bloomberg TV Malaysia team, Han was part of a network that interviewed spokespeople from the likes of Standard Chartered and HSBC. Han has also moderated panel discussion with representatives from Bank Negara Malaysia and World Bank Malaysia.   

During this time as a journalist and news anchor, Han developed a sterling reputation for his incisive analysis on currencies and commodity markets.

Han will be contributing to FXTM’s award-winning Market Research and Analysis team by providing in-depth insights on global financial markets, with a focus on Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia.

All market analyses from FXTM are available in English, however some material is also available in Russian, Arabic, Indonesian, Thai, Chinese and Korean.

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