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科技决策者论坛   |   2015年4月15-16日

随着全球经济信心恢复,金融服务行业也在传统银行业务内外经历着激动人心的颠覆性创新。新兴市场银行雄心勃勃,希望成为创新的领导者。随着机构不断对科技、研发和新兴企业进行投资,我们认为,几年后的金融服务业将焕然一新。移动技术是目前业内最重要的主题,此外还有数据与分析和社交媒体银行。与此同时,交割、支付、经营、客户体验以及营销领域的新趋势也逐渐显现。

即将在 香港召开的2015年亚洲银行家峰会是亚太地区金融服务行业的领先盛会。它为亚太地区金融服务从业者搭建了一个交流观点、探讨全球问题的高端、全面平台。

2015年亚洲银行家峰会的 科技决策者论坛邀请到了金融机构负责IT、战略、创新和业务条线的高管人员,探讨最新的趋势与挑战。他们将围绕前沿科技决策、支出、最佳实践以及新业务模型的使用展开讨论。从2015年开始,科技决策者论坛还将设置展示环节,展示现有科技与新科技的创新成果。

今年科技决策者论坛的主要工作研讨会包括:

  • 数字化与IT驱动的创新
  • 支付领域的混乱
  • 网络攻击与其他数字安全问题
  • 调整移动金融服务
  • 传统系统与敏捷科技
  • 客户体验3.0
  • 可穿戴科技的未来
  • 颠覆性科技与平台的优势
  • 创新展示
科技决策者论坛议程
第一天 2015年4月15日 周三
07:30 – 08:30 注册
08:30 – 10:30

亚洲银行家峰会主旨演讲

欢迎辞
以理
, 亚洲银行家主席
香港银行学会高管

开幕辞
“新常态中成功的决定因素”
陈德霖, 香港金管局总裁

国际主旨演讲

"G20与全球金融改革评判”
Hans Eichel, G20联合发起人, 德国前财政部长

领导力对话
10:30 – 11:00 茶歇
11:00 – 12:30

科技决策者论坛开幕

数字银行时代——已经实现?

没有哪个趋势对金融行业的影响能够超过数字化。金融机构不得不进行机构改革,以实现并优化数字化的机遇。在本环节中,我们将讨论通过IT创新推动业务发展的要点与挑战。

领导力对话

  • 重塑银行业务,迎接数字时代——趋势与挑战
  • 与“Y一代”和“Z一代”沟通
  • 数字智能——如何与传统业务智能融合?
  • 颠覆性参与者与新的竞争者
  • 数字化对银行意味着什么?

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
Arkadi Kuhlmann, ZenBanx CEO、ING DIRECT 美国前任CEO、ING DIRECT 加拿大 CEO
Neal Cross, , 新加坡星展银行首席创新官
Patrick Maes, 澳新银行首席科技官、集团科技、服务与运营总经理——战略与规划
Abhijit Singh, ICICI 银行零售银行科技负责人
Dennis Khoo, 新加坡大华银行董事总经理、新加坡个人金融服务负责人
Connie Leung, 微软金融服务行业高级总监,行业与全球账户(亚洲)

主持人: Anne Weatherstone, Energy Australia 首席信息官

12:30 – 14:00 午餐
14:00 – 15:00 实时直观信息
I数据管理与分析领域的创新为机构带来了许多盈利的机会。机构可以通过机构收集的数据进行信息开发。然而,要挖掘这一潜能,需要付出巨大的努力。
  • 开发实时在线分析,实现及时影响
  • 目标营销与优化分析之外——还能做些什么?
  • 大数据——获得前瞻性线索、进行预测、寻找新模式
  • 数据管理的挑战与零信任数据安全方法
  • 数据分析在风险管理与实时欺诈检测中的潜力
  • 如何利用数据中心将大数据、社交媒体、移动渠道等颠覆性数字化趋势转化为银行的增长机遇

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
Arun Mehta, 瑞士信贷数据分析、战略与报告、私人银行IT负责人
Axel Winter, 渣打银行流程与数据架构、IT服务全球总监
Keith Carter, NUS 决策科学访问高级研究员
Micky Lo, BNY Mellon 执行董事、信息风险管理负责人
Krupal Raval, Digital Realty 金融高级副总裁

主持人: Eric Tachibana, eXtropia 控股公司执行董事

15:00 – 15:30 茶歇
15:30 – 16:30

通过重组提高效率与速度
为了满足客户不断提高的要求,金融机构需要实现流程自动化,改革后台科技战略,以补充各类以客户为中心的前台和渠道创新。有的银行建立了内部解决方案,或与新兴企业开展合作,有的银行则将整个科技部门外包,从而专注业务发展。

  • 数字化机构的主要架构
  • 从传统到数字的主要挑战?
  • 内生还是外包:如何把握分寸?从哪里开始?
  • 拥抱云技术与可视化技术
  • 移动科技与开放式/免费软件的角色

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
Usha Ananthasbramanian,印度 Bharatiya Mahila 银行主席兼执行董事
Axel Winter, 渣打银行流程与数据架构、IT服务全球负责人
Rick Woodham, FIS 亚太地区首席科技官

主持人: Anne Weatherstone, 澳新银行前任集团首席信息官

16:30 –17:30 支付领域的颠覆性变革
近年来,支付领域出现了前所未有的大量颠覆性创新。新银行、第三方支付、移动软件开发商以及P2P贷款都使银行面临严峻竞争。
  • ApplePay是否会带来移动支付的新革命?
  • 微信、脸谱与其他社交媒体渠道的支付
  • 我们距离实时P2P支付有多远?
  • 计算机化服务以及与新参与者的合作
  • 软件、移动钱包与可穿戴科技——银行如何保证新支付技术的交易安全?
  • NFC、生物感应、符号化与基于主机的卡模拟(HCE)

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾
Arthur Wong, 中国建设银行香港IT负责人
Subba Vaidyanathan, 新加坡渣打银行零售银行与支付业务
Arnab Ghosh, 越南国际银行银行卡与消费者信贷负责人
David Moskowitz, 比特币中介机构Coin Republic公司创始人

主持人: Gaurav Zutshi, 创新与数字支付专家

17:30 第一天结束
科技决策者论坛议程
第二天 2015年4月16日 周四
08:00 – 09:00 注册
09:00 – 10:00 提高移动渠道与网络渠道的融合度
随着越来越多的人选择在网点外进行金融交易,金融机构不得不改革服务渠道,进行机构调整
  • 数字渠道的指数型增长——机遇与挑战
  • 数字渠道的融合以及无缝全渠道体验的发展
  • 优化数字营销,提升业务安全
  • “移动为首”战略的重要性
  • 改良服务以适应平板电脑
  • 优化网点,满足客户对实时渠道和简单化服务的需求
  • 实现数字影像在营销与客户体验的潜力最大化

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾
Abhijit Singh, ICICI银行零售银行科技负责人
Li Lin,上海浦东发展银行战略与开发部负责人
CK CHAN, 汇丰银行数字移动与渠道工程全球负责人
Jerry Ross, GlobeOne公司咨询委员会主席

主持人: Hugh Zeng, 亚洲银行家调研经理

10:00 – 10:30 茶歇
10:30 – 11:30

从最好的同行处学习客户体验
当今的金融机构面临与其他行业合作的压力,以实现更好的客户体验,因为客户期待他们成为无边界服务无缝体系的一部分。

  • 数字机构如何通过战略运营与组织使客户成为产品的核心
  • 整合跨设备的客户体验
  • 跨业务条线的客户分析与开发参与模型
  • 互动的简单性与速度、纸质文件与流程
  • 以活动为基础的营销和定向营销
  • 社交银行——通过社交媒体技术挖掘客户、合作伙伴与员工的价值

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
Patrick Maes, 澳新银行首席科技官、集团科技、服务与运营总经理——战略与规划
Damien MacRae, 澳大利亚西太平洋银行卓越银行总经理
Debashis Sarkar, 渣打银行重组全球负责人

主持人: Alex Escucha, 中国银行首席营销官

11:30 – 12:30 创意展示——新科技(展示与交流)
金融服务中一直充斥着各种新科技。在本环节中,参会代表将通过快速产品展示、与展商见面的形式评估创新的实用价值。

主持人:Eric Tachibana, eXtropia 控股公司执行董事
12:30 – 14:00 午餐
14:00 – 15:00 亲近朋友,但更亲近黑客
打击网络袭击是当今金融服务行业的主要议题之一。威胁与欺诈手段越来越成熟,急需高级的侦测与防御体系。
  • 探讨数字银行的安全架构——当前与未来的要求
  • 新兴网络犯罪与欺诈趋势
  • 提高机构的网络抗风险能力,保护核心业务
  • 数据中心——隐私、主权与安全规定
  • 通过公私合作改善金融服务威胁信息
  • 将身份最为网络安全的核心
  • 欺诈防御中的新技术与生物识别应用

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
Ram Levi, 以色列伦敦网络安全公司联合创始人、董事
Lee Hou, 美国 ZenBanx公司首席风险与安全官 
Voranuch Dejakaisaya, Ayudhya 银行首席信息官

主持人: Alex Escucha, 中国银行集团首席营销官

15:00 – 16:00 在业务中应用颠覆性科技
新技术与平台使传统银行业之外的市场参与者能够提供更好的金融服务。为了保持竞争,金融机构需要理解如何在自身业务中应用这些科技创新与理念。
  • 银行需要了解比特币、P2P贷款以及其他颠覆性市场参与者的哪些知识?
  • 密码货币与符号化和块链接的优势
  • 众筹平台如何能够在几分钟内完成贷款审批?
  • 利用比特币提供汇兑服务,为未接受银行服务的客户提供服务

受邀演讲嘉宾/发言嘉宾:
David Moskowitz, 比特币中介公司 Coin Republic 创始人
Ron Hose, 菲律宾coins.ph 公司创始人、CEO
Patrick Maes, 澳新银行首席科技官、集团科技、服务与运营总经理——战略与规划

主持人: Eric Tachibana, eXtropia 控股公司执行董事

16:00 – 16:30 茶歇
16:30 – 17:30

亚洲银行家峰会闭幕

众筹与银行
随着阿里巴巴和Lending Club结成合作关系,以及 Whatsapp、Linkedin 和 tumblr 背后的传奇硅谷风险资本投资P2P和众筹,亚太地区应该认识到哪些机遇与挑战?

发言嘉宾:
Jim Lai, 腾讯公司总经理
Benjy Feinberg, Behalf 公司CEO
Jimmy Gurule, 美国财政部前副部长

讨论环节由亚洲银行家主席 以理以及亚洲银行家国际资源总监 Gordian Gaeta 主持

 

如需了解更多信息,请联系亚洲银行家项目经理 Gerlinde Gerber
ggerber@theasianbanker.com +86 10 5869 4642

科技决策者论坛适合:

  • 金融机构IT决策者——CIO、CTO
  • 业务部门负责人(零售银行、消费者银行、交易银行、企业银行、风险管理、营销)
  • 负责改革、创新和战略的高级管理人员
  • 负责移动银行、支付、渠道、IT基础设施、移动应用、数据与分析、安全、采购和BI的高级管理人员
  • 监管机构、银行监督部门以及风险控制部门

Speakers


Arkadi Kuhlmann, Founder & CEO, ZenBanx Holding Ltd
Arkadi Kuhlmann’s vocation and avocation have been to reinvent and revitalize consumers’ relationship with their money. Kuhlmann introduced the world to direct banking with a simplified customer focus when he founded ING DIRECT Canada in 1996, creating the brand strategy, recruiting the senior leadership team and growing the bank during 1996-2000 to a successful market position while serving as the bank’s president and CEO. He then repeated this process in 2000, founding ING DIRECT USA and led its growth to become the nation’s largest savings bank and number one direct bank, with more than $84 billion in deposits and 7.8 million customers. As the bank’s chairman, president and CEO, Kuhlmann executed his vision to create a retail-focused bank that offered an easy-to-use savings, checking, mortgages, and investment products direct to consumers. Following the sales of ING DIRECT USA, Kuhlmann founded ZenBanx in 2012 and began creating the next generation of global, mobile banking.


Usha Ananthasubramanian, Chairman and Managing Director, Bhartiya Mahila Bank Ltd
Usha Ananthasubramanian is the chairman and managing director of Bhartiya Mahila Bank a bank focussed on the banking needs of women and on promoting female empowerment in India. Ananthasubramanian started her career in the actuarial department with Life Insurance Corporation and subsequently started her banking career with Bank of Baroda. Before she joined Bharatiya Mahila Bank, she was executive director at Punjab National Bank. In a banking career spanning over 31 years, Ananthasubramanian has worked in various positions as well as been nominated leader of the core management team constituted by the Ministry of Finance to coordinate the establishment of Bharatiya Mahila Bank.


Neal Cross, MD & Chief Innovation Officer, DBS Bank
Neal Cross is managing director and chief innovation officer at DBS Bank as well as a strong advocate for a culture of innovative thinking. Cross has more than 20 years’ experience in financial services technology. Prior to DBS, Cross was at MasterCard where he was responsible for driving innovation as vice president of MasterCard labs in the company’s Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa regions. Cross started working in the Asia region with Microsoft in Australia and later in Singapore as financial services industry director. Currently, as DBS moves to shape the future of banking, Cross is driving the bank’s innovation agenda to enhance customer experience and better engage customers in the digital landscape.


Axel Winter, Global Head of Process & Data Architecture, Standard Chartered Bank
Axel Winter is global head of process & data architecture at Standard Chartered Bank where he started out gaining ownership of key transactional banking platforms. In the past, Winter has worked as CTO for Cisco Systems, global chief architect at GE Capital, and as a consulting executive for Deloitte and Accenture pioneering their cloud and e-business. In the earlier nineties Winter ran a startup which aimed to implement internet and e-businesses in various countries across the Asia region.


C K CHAN, Global Head of Digital Mobile and Channels Engineering, HSBC
C K Chan has overall responsibility for the development and deployment of mobile banking systems and engineering of a new series of channel services to support the digital strategy of HSBC. He began his career as an engineer in Fairchild Semiconductors, and entered his IT career with Hong Kong Telephone before joining HSBC's newly set-up group systems development centre in Vancouver, Canada in 1990. He moved back to Hong Kong in 2007 to lead the channel systems development teams. During his 24 years with HSBC he led developments in core banking, CRM, data warehouse, and front-end systems, which are deployed in banks across multiple countries.


Patrick Maes, GM Strategy & Planning, Global Technology Services and Operations (GTSO) and CTO, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ)
Patrick Maes currently leads ANZ group’s technology, services and operations (GTSO), responsible for defining the strategy for the GTSO division and helping the group execute this strategy by driving efficient delivery of technology. He is an executive with over 30 years’ experience in banking, advanced technology, architecture, systems development, and management consulting. He joined ANZ in August 2010 as CTO and GM technology strategy & enterprise architecture. Prior to this, Maes was with HCL Technologies as global principal consultant, investment and transaction banking. He has worked with many companies across Europe, Asia, Australia and North America, including start-up investment bank WIT Capital, Rabobank International, IBM, and Axa amongst others.


Micky Lo, MD & Chief Information Risk Officer APAC, BNY Mellon
Micky Lo joined BNY Mellon in July 2013 as chief information risk officer APAC. He has over 25 years of IT experience in the financial services industry spanning multiple disciplines, including regional and location management, IT and security architecture, distributed computing engineering, technology infrastructure operation, outsourcing/in-sourcing management, IT risk management and technology audit. Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Lo was the head of IT security APAC and head of technology Greater China for Deutsche Bank. He has also held various key management positions at JPMorgan and Citibank. Lo serves as an advisory board member of the information systems faculty at City University of Hong Kong and as industry advisor of the bachelor of management science and information management programme of Hang Seng Management College.


Dennis Khoo, MD and Head of Personal Financial Services, Singapore, United Overseas Bank
Dennis Khoo is the managing director and head of personal financial services, Singapore at United Overseas Bank (UOB) where he is responsible for consumer banking business in Singapore, covering all consumer banking products and segments from core banking to privilege banking. Prior to joining UOB in 2013, Khoo worked for Standard Chartered Bank, holding various positions including global head, personal and preferred banking, head of consumer banking (Singapore & Brunei), general manager, lending/retail banking products, wealth management and head of marketing, business intelligence, e-commerce & strategy. He started his career with Hewlett-Packard.


Feng Li Hua, Assistant President and Head of Retail Banking, Bank of Beijing
Feng Li Hua has been assistant president and head of retail at Bank of Beijing since 2011. She has also been director of corporate finance, private banking and wealth management since 1996. Feng specialises in wealth management and customer relationship management, and helped built the foundation of retail banking business branding and customer segmentation, devoting herself to maintaining rapid growth and the development of the scale of customer. She has won several awards due to her outstanding performance in wealth management. She also serves as director of Bank of Beijing Scotiabank Asset Management.


Abhijit Singh, Head of Retail Bank Technology, ICICI Bank
Abhijit Singh heads the retail technology group at ICICI Bank. He is responsible for the provision of technology services to the retail bank, rural and inclusive banking as well as SME and mid-corporate segments. Singh has experience in managing large scale IT transformational projects across retail and commercial banking, global transaction services, private banking and global markets. He set up and managed an IT captive organization servicing 50+ countries across all continents providing technology development, production support and project delivery services. Singh also set up a centre for excellence to manage large-scale core banking implementations and to provide post implementation support. Prior to ICICI Bank, Singh held IT leadership roles for RBS, ABN Amro Bank, ANZ and NSE IT.


Subba Vaidyanathan, Executive Director and Global Head of Transformation for Retail Products, Standard Chartered
Subba Vaidyanathan currently works as the head of transformation for retail products for Standard Chartered Bank. Until recently the bank’s head of retail products for ASEAN, Vaidyanathan has close to 25 years of experience in retail banking and payments across Asia, the Middle East and India, including the management of significant acquisitions and business integrations. His payments experience spans various global payment systems such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and local payment networks like NETS, EzLink and bank to bank payments. Recently he was at the forefront of a market-first mobile payment and banking service, Dash, which was launched in partnership with SingTel.


Arthur Wong, Head of IT, China Construction Bank (Asia)
Arthur Wong is head of IT at China Construction Bank (CCB) Asia and has over 25 years of experience in the field of information technology with major banks and financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region. Wong joined China Construction Bank (Hong Kong) as head of IT in 1996 and left the bank in 2008 for Fubon Bank (HK), Sun Hung Kai Financial and then KKR Asia, where he was also head of IT. Subsequently, he rejoined CCB Asia in early 2014. Wong is also co-founder of popular Hong Kong discussion forum HKGolden.com.


Voranuch Dejakaisaya, Head of Information Technology Group, Krungsri Bank
Voranuch Dejakaisaya has over 20 years in IT banking and finance industry. In July 2009 she was appointed head of information technology at Krungsri Bank. Dejakaisaya has held leading roles in managing a number or IT integrations and acquisition projects. Prior to Krungsri bank, she worked for GE Capital Thailand for 11 years with her more recent position being as IT leader for Southeast Asia global banking responsible for overseeing IT initiatives of GE Money across Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Hong Kong.


Damien MacRae, General Manager, Premium Banking, Westpac Retail & Business Banking
Damien MacRae was appointed general manager of premium banking at Westpac retail and business banking in June 2012. He leads an international team of bankers located in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and London who provide banking and financial services via a relationship banking model targeting mass affluent customers. In addition he is responsible for Westpac’s migrant and expatriate strategy and leads the retail referral partnerships, business and priority segments. Prior to this he served as state general manager, NSW retail and before that as general manager, Third Party Distribution. MacRae has also held the position of head of secured finance for Westpac, responsible for managing the mortgage portfolio, pricing and process management. Prior to joining Westpac in June 2003, MacRae worked for NatWest in London.


Li Lin, Head of Strategy & Development Department, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank
Li Lin is the general manager of strategy & development department of Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. Mr. Li has been engaging in commercial bank operation, management and research for years in the fields of strategy management, risk control and macro-economy. He has published articles in major research magazines and has shared research results on the choices of business model and sustainable growth of domestic commercial banks under the new technology development environment. Recently, Mr. Li’s main research focus is information & communication technology development, mobile internet and the internet and its impact on commercial banks.


Arnab Ghosh, Head of Cards & Consumer Lending, Vietnam International Bank
Arnab Ghosh is a consumer banking and payments professional specializing in emerging markets across the Asia Pacific region. In 2014 he joined Vietnam International Bank as head of cards and consumer lending. Prior to that, he was a director and business head for cards and ATMs at Maritime Bank, Vietnam where he envisioned the payments business strategy for the bank. Ghosh served several roles spanning across sales, marketing and product management for the cards business of HDFC Bank in India. He won multiple awards including the industry’s highest honours for product excellence and marketing in the region.


Lee L. Hou, VP, Information and Security, ZenBanx
Lee L. Hou is currently vice president of information and security at ZenBanx, and has over 25 years of executive leadership experience in banking technology and business processes. He joined Zenbanx with a group of experienced bankers and technologists on a venture to build a new retail mobile platform featuring multi-currency savings and cross border payment services. With ZenBanx, Hou has played a number of leading roles including pioneering its end-to-end cloud-based banking/payment infrastructure and systems, establishing the framework for risk management and regulatory compliance, and managing its overall information and security system. Prior to this, Hou worked for FIS.


David Moskowitz, Founder, Coin Republic
David Moskowitz founded Coin Republic to help educate the public about Bitcoin and create a platform to help them buy and sell the virtual currency easily. He is a successful entrepreneur and operates the only cash-in/cash-out Bitcoin kiosk in Singapore. In June 2013, he launched an online Autobuy system, which allows clients to use their Singapore iBanking accounts to quickly purchase Bitcoin and send them directly to their wallets. He is a well-known Singapore evangelist for Bitcoin and local Bitcoin businesses and has helped to promote Singapore as a Bitcoin hub to the world.


Jerry Ross, Advisory Board Chairman, GlobeOne
Jerry Ross is currently chairman of the advisory board at GlobeOne as well as a lifelong entrepreneur and innovator in the international business and financial world. He has worked on inclusive financial initiatives for numerous multinational organizations and authored several corporate strategic policies advising business leaders on his long-term vision of digital banking and payment technology. These policies are centered on delivering seamless, connected, and convenient experiences for a broad demographic of users. Ross has advised companies, financial institutions, and governments on innovation, strategic design, and financial inclusion in a wide range of industries including banking, consumer goods, high tech, industrial and digital.


Ron Hose, Co-founder and CEO, Coins.ph
Ron Hose is co-founder and CEO of coins.ph, Philippine's leading Bitcoin exchange. Hose was a founding partner at Innovation Endeavors, an early stage venture capital fund backed by Eric Schmidt. He was also co-founder of TokBox, a consumer video conferencing company that was acquired by Telefonica. TokBox was backed by Sequoia Capital, Bain Capital, Stanford University and some of Silicon Valleys’ best-known angel investors. Hose holds a Bachelors and Masters degree from Cornell University and is also an active investor and adviser to several Silicon Valley startups.


Nizari Mohamed, Director, Technology Risk Management, RHT Compliance Solutions
Nizari Mohamed has over 20 years of IT experience mostly in the banking industry. He was formerly vice president with JPMorgan Chase leading IT risk management for 15 countries in the Asia Pacific region. He was also the IT security head for Coutts, RBS and vice president for Citibank managing 55 countries in the area of disaster recovery & business continuity. While in Citibank, he was the lead project manager for data center disaster recovery certification SS507. Mohamed was an IT auditor with Ernst & Young during his earlier career.


Keith B. Carter, Visiting Senior Fellow of Decision Sciences, NUS Business School, Singapore
Keith Carter is the author of the book “ Actionable intelligence: A guide to delivering business results with big data fast!” which lays out appropriate ways to establish a culture of fact-based decision making, innovation, forward looking measurements and appropriate high-speed governance. Keith Carter teaches as visiting senior fellow of decision sciences at National University of Singapore’s business school. He has led and established global supply chain initiatives on areas including: Knowledge management, transformation, governance and data management. He previously worked at Estee Lauder in supply chain, and Accenture in financial services and government.


Connie Leung, Senior Financial Services Industry Director, Industry and Global Accounts – Asia, Microsoft
Connie Leung is the senior financial services industry director of worldwide industry and global accounts Asia at Microsoft, providing strategic direction and leadership for all aspects of the financial services business. Before joining Microsoft, Connie was a director, payments & trade markets, Asia Pacific at SWIFT responsible for corporate, payments and trade markets activities in Asia Pacific. Prior to joining SWIFT, Connie held management positions with various financial information services providers including as Misys, Surecomp and Fidelity Information Services, offering trade finance, core banking, treasury and payment systems to banks.


Krupal Raval, Senior Vice President, Finance, Digital Realty
Krupal Raval is the senior vice president, finance for Digital Realty. In this role, he oversees a range of financial functions for the company in the Asia Pacific region, including new potential joint venture partnerships and other new capital transactions. Raval joined Digital Realty in early 2014 as vice president, investor relations, where he was tasked with strengthening investor confidence, helping increase the firm’s equity market capitalization and attracting new investors. Previously he served as the vice president, capital markets at Alexandria Real Estate Equities. He has also been a research analyst for Fidelity Management and Research. Raval has more than 10 years of exposure to the financial services industry, both as a sell-side analyst as well as a buy-side investor.


Luke McCormack, Vice President & Managing Director, Asia Pacific
Luke McCormack is the vice president ad managing director of the Asia Pacific region for Pegasystems. He is responsible for business growth and driving client success and manages the sales and consulting groups located in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing and Bangkok. He has been at Pegasystems for the last ten years and during which time has been responsible for building the APAC professional services business and sales organisation as well as entry into new markets in the ASEAN and Greater China regions. McCormack also worked with organisations such as Accenture and Citibank.


Mitch Green, Principal - Payment Solutions, HCL Technologies
Mitch Green has over 30 years of experience in payments and switching systems on multiple platforms such as ON/2, Euronet Gold-net (IST Switch), Postilion, Base24-eps, UP Hub, MTS and Distra Switch. He has focussed on retail and transaction banking environments with recent attention towards payment hubs and how they can transform the modern payments environment. Green has detailed experience in payment messaging protocols such as ISO 8583 and ISO 20022 as well as the network-specific implementation of these protocols from Visa, MasterCard and SWIFT. At HCL he is responsible providing payments advice and consulting services across the APMEA region.


Rick Woodham, Chief Technology Officer, FIS Asia Pacific
Rick Woodham serves as chief technology officer for FIS in Asia Pacific. In this role, he is responsible for solution innovation, leading edge technology implementations and facilitating banks in their journey to customer centricity. Woodham has been with FIS for more than 20 years in key management roles across many geographical operating units of FIS. He has provided leadership and strategic consulting in retail banking and payment systems. Having worked with banks in the region for more than 12 years, Woodham has an extensive perspective of the regional financial services landscape.


Gaurav Zutshi, Independent Payments Expert
Gaurav Zutshi is an independent consultant in the fin-tech space with over 17 years of experience leading innovation, new product development and business development at top firms including Citibank, Visa, ANZ Bank, IBM, First Data and an entrepreneurial stint at Obopay. Most recently he was vice president for APAC product and innovation at First Data managing the product portfolio and developing innovative solutions for the financial institution, retailers and B2B client segments. Prior to that, at Citibank, Zutshi was SVP of the Asia Pacific innovation lab where he developed product prototypes and new business models around cross-border payments, corporate cards and Forex optimization.


Alexander Escucha, senior vice president, China Banking Corporation, Philippines
Alex Escucha is responsible for strategic planning, investor relations, marketing services, public relations, strategic marketing and customer aspects of IT in China Banking Corp, the first privately owned bank in the Philippines. With over 25 years of banking experience across multiple disciplines, he has management expertise ranging from strategy formulation to project implementation. He has also served as chairman of the Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations.


Hugh Qing Yun Zeng, Research Manager, The Asian Banker
Hugh Qing Yun Zeng recently joined the The Asian Banker as research manager in charge of China research as well as risk management. Prior to joining the company’s China office, he worked for American Express in Singapore. Zeng has also been an investment operations officer at OCBC Bank, where he gained exposure to operations and technology, product, and project management in the areas of QFII, QDII, and wealth management. He was instrumental in helping OCBC build its QDII platform in 2011. He started his career with HSBC where he held the positions of product specialist, wealth management operations associate and settlement analyst.


 

Advisory Council


Anne Weatherston
Anne Weatherston has over 28 years of experience in banking and technology. She was group CIO of ANZ Bank for four years, during which she was responsible for a major transformation of the bank’s technology strategy which resulted in a major turnaround of underlying infrastructure and the design and execution of a new technology roadmap to underpin the bank's super-regional agenda in Asia. Prior to ANZ, Anne was group CIO at Bank of Ireland. She has also played technology leadership roles at Santander, National Australia Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.


Eric Tachibana
Eric Tachibana has held senior banking roles at Barclays Capital, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America, and most recently as Chief Operating Officer for the Asia Pacific technology office at UBS where he covered business management, enterprise applied innovation, strategy, marketing and engagement for investment banking, wealth management, and asset management. Eric has experience as entrepreneur in Silicon Valley as well as a successful private equity fund manager. He has also taught as an adjunct professor at the National University of Singapore and Thammasat University business schools. Currently he is working with Amazon Web Services in Platform Strategy and transformation.


Pravir Vohra
Pravir Vohra has over 30 years of working in the banking industry with senior roles in technology at ICICI Bank, State Bank of India and Times bank. He retired as the President and Group Chief Technology Officer of ICICI Bank in 2012 where he was responsible for IT strategy and innovation, enterprise architecture, process automation and leveraging technology synergies across the operations of the bank. Pravir is now a mentor to two start-up companies and advisor to a few technology companies.


Jaspar Roos, Chief Inspiration Officer, XL Family and Founding Partner, Ventur.es
Jaspar is a renowned authority in the field of innovation and was chief inspiration officer for ABN AMRO Bank for many years. Managing the innovation and venturing lab Dialogues Incubator, Jaspar has been one of the pioneers in themes such as wearable technology and crowdfunding. He is also a columnist with the Dutch Financial Times, international keynote speaker, advisory board member of an hospital incubator and expert innovation member of the OISP group for the European Commission. He is partner at XL Family, an international incubator and accelerator.

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Gerlinde Gerber
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于思宇(Cindy Yu)
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