CSS’s Co-Badging with the International Card Schemes

Hourly Schedule

Agenda

14:00 - 14:05
Opening Remarks
Mr. SHIN Chang Moo, Chairman of Payments Committee
14:05 - 15:20
Presentation by UnionPay International
15:20 - 15:30
Break
15:30 - 16:45
Presentation by Mastercard

Date

May 18 2020
Expired!

Time

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Speakers

  • SHIN Chang Moo
    SHIN Chang Moo
    PRESIDENT OF PPCBANK, TREASURER OF ABC AND CHAIRMEN OF PAYMENTS COMMITTEE

    Mr. SHIN, Chang Moo is CEO and President of Phnom Penh Commercial Bank (PPCBank), one of the most innovative and fastest growing commercial banks in Cambodia. When JB Financial Group in Korea, where he had worked as CFO and CSO for 3 years, acquired the bank, Mr. Shin was transferred to his new position to complete post-merger integration and lead business restructuring process. Throughout his previous career at international consulting firms such as Price Waterhouse and Arthur Andersen from 1998 thru 2002, he had been in charge of numerous strategy and financial consulting projects for major commercial banks in Korea.

    Mr. Shin was also an investment banker at Daishin Securities for 7 years in its HO, Korea and also its US subsidiary. His IB career extended further at CLSA, investment banking arm of Carlyon in Hong Kong. He was also one of the founding partners of Pegasus PEF in Korea, where he served as a CEO and CIO for 5 years until 2013 before he joined JB Financial Group.

    Mr. Shin was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. He obtained his BA degree at Sogang University, Korea in international politics and MBA at University of Iowa in 1989.

  • Vincent LING
    Vincent LING
    DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER, UNIONPAY INTERNATIONAL SOUTHEAST ASIA

    Vincent Ling is the Deputy General Manager of UnionPay International Southeast Asia. He oversees Business Development of several key markets, and the Prepaid, Debit and Credit Cards portfolio.
    As a finance industry veteran with over 20 years of experience, Vincent has a wealth of expertise in the payments business, having held various positions in business development, sales and marketing at JCB International Asia Pacific, MasterCard Asia Pacific and American Express International Inc.

    Prior to joining UnionPay International, Vincent spent six years as Managing Director of JCB International Asia Pacific, leading the overall strategy and direction in growing the payment brand in Asia. Under his leadership, JCB made significant strides in growing its Cardmember base and acceptance network in Asia.

    Before this, Vincent also served as vice president of business development for global network products at MasterCard Asia Pacific, and the head of business development for bank partnerships at American Express International Inc. Responsible for developing, implementing and managing new business partnerships for charge and credit cards in Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Canada, Vincent was awarded the American Express Ambassador’s Club Award for exceptional performance in 2005.

    Besides his professional responsibilities, Vincent serves on the board of directors of Singapore’s leading independent disaster relief agency Mercy Relief as a member of the Executive Committee. He is also the chairman of the advisory board for Corporation Primary School.

    Vincent graduated from the University of Manchester with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and is based in Singapore with his wife and two children.

  • Winnie Wong
    Winnie Wong
    COUNTRY MANAGER, VIETNAM, CAMBODIA & LAOS, ASIA PACIFIC AT MASTERCARD

    Winnie Wong is responsible for growing Mastercard’s business in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. With her experience in consumer and corporate payments and banking, she brings fresh perspective to the markets on digital payments and solutions.
    Prior to her current role, Winnie was the Commercial B2B Sales Head for the region, where she was responsible for driving growth for Mastercard’s Business-to-Business (B2B) solutions across Asia Pacific. This includes working with governments, banks and corporations on trade digitization with the aim of improving efficiency and transparency, especially for cross-border trade.