Ross Feingold has extensive experience with international finance, regulatory, and policy issues.
Prior to joining DC International Advisory as a Senior Advisor, Mr. Feingold worked in Hong Kong for The Royal Bank of Scotland supporting its Asia Sale Program, where he advised on the bank's disposal of investment, small and medium enterprise, and consumer banking franchises comprising billions of dollars in assets. He was also the project manager for the bank's opening of a new office in Taiwan.
Before joining The Royal Bank of Scotland, Mr. Feingold worked for the derivatives legal team of Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong, where he was a vice president, advising on the daily activities of trading desks offering equity linked products to hedge funds, institutional counterparties, and retail investors in jurisdictions across Asia. Mr. Feingold also worked for J.P. Morgan in Singapore advising on credit derivatives transactions and in the Taipei office of the international law firm Russin & Vecchi, advising global investment banks and multinational corporations on projects in Taiwan. Earlier in his career, Mr. Feingold worked in the equity research department at Jardine Fleming in Taipei.
Mr. Feingold presently serves as Asia chairman of Republicans Abroad, an organization that encourages expatriate United States citizens to remain engaged in the political process. Mr. Feingold recruits chapter leaders and advises chapters throughout Asia on strategic communications and outreach efforts, and interacts extensively with Asian governments and numerous international organizations. During the 2008 presidential campaign, he served as the Asia chairman for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign during the Republican primary and the Asia chairman for the John McCain campaign during the general election. During the 2012 campaign, he was a member of the international finance committee for the Mitt Romney presidential campaign.
Mr. Feingold received undergraduate degrees in East Asian Studies and Political Science, cum laude, from Bucknell University. He holds a juris doctor from American University's Washington College of Law, where he focused on securities and corporate finance, and he is admitted to practice law in New York and Washington DC. Mr. Feingold studied Mandarin at National University of Singapore and National Taiwan Normal University. Mr. Feingold speaks frequently about political and foreign policy issues, appearing on CNBC, Channel News Asia, Radio Television Hong Kong and other networks.