The American Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar

The American Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar (AMCHAM Myanmar) was established on October 31, 2013. To date, more than 170 companies employing over 20,000 Myanmar nationals have joined the Chamber. These companies represent a diverse collection of industries and nationalities, with a common goal to expand American business and promote the highest business standards in Myanmar.

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Event Details

The webinar is open to all members of AMCHAMs in ASEAN. Please note that this event will be held at 9 am ICT, which is 08.30 am Myanmar time.

Please join AMCHAM Myanmar and our colleagues in AMCHAMs in ASEAN!

Registration: Click here.

Join our exclusive webinar series, where leading ASEAN AmChams (American Chambers of Commerce) unveil investment opportunities across their respective countries. The first session in the series will feature prospects awaiting foreign companies in Malaysia and Indonesia. Delve into the dynamic markets of these Southeast Asian powerhouses and uncover the potential for growth, expansion, and success. AMCHAM leaders will provide invaluable insights into key sectors, regulatory frameworks, and strategic entry points, offering you the knowledge needed to make informed investment decisions. This series aims to be your gateway to unlocking the vast potential of South East Asia.

The event is for all members of AMCHAMs in ASEAN. Pre-registration is required and all discussion is under Chatham House Rule, and off-the-record.

Registration: Click here.

  • Date and Time: May 16, 08.30 am Myanmar / 9 am ICT (kindly note the new date)
  • Venue: Online Webinar. An access link will be sent to you in advance by AMCHAM Thailand.
  • Tickets: FREE for members of the AMCHAMs in ASEAN
  • Registration: Click here.
  • Capacity is limited and tickets are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Prior booking is required and no walk ins accepted.
  • Tickets are non-transferable.


Siobhan Das

Chief Executive Officer, AmCham Malaysia

Siobhan Das, Chief Executive Officer, American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Malaysia). As the Chief Executive Officer of AmCHam Malaysia, Siobhan has crafted an action-oriented policy platform to address the strategic concerns of American multinational corporations and confront operational challenges directly. Through collaboration with business leaders and stakeholders from the Malaysian and U.S. governments, Siobhan ensures AmCham Malaysia is the definitive advocate for U.S. businesses in Malaysia. Previously, Siobhan served in a directorial capacity at AmCham Shanghai for five years and spent over a decade in China. With a background spanning two decades in the film industry across multiple continents, she brings a wealth of diverse experiences to her role. Siobhan is a Sloan Fellow from London Business School with a Master's in Leadership and Strategy. She holds dual undergraduate degrees in Broadcasting & Film and English from Boston University and is passionate about uncovering inner strengths, fostering collaboration, and empowering individuals to make impactful contributions. 

Lydia Ruddy

Managing Director, AmCham Indonesia

Lydia Ruddy, the Managing Director of AmCham Indonesia, brings 25 years of professional experience in the private sector, research, and development. Prior to joining AmCham as MD in 2024, Lydia served as Director of Communications and Special Advisor on US-ASEAN Affairs at the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), an international think tank based in Jakarta. She also served as Advisor to the Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) for five years, where she co-chaired KADIN's US Committee (KIKAS). Her academic qualifications include a Law degree (J.D.) from Georgetown University and a Master's in Urban Planning from the University of Washington. She first came to Indonesia in 2006 as a Fulbright scholar to research private investment in Aceh post-tsunami. Before moving to Indonesia, her career focused on law, real estate development, and land conservation in the United States. Currently, she serves on the Board of Trustees of the American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF). 

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