Customer & Growth Practice Lead (ASEAN)/KPMG
Tom Mouhsian heads up KPMG’s Customer & Growth Advisory practice across the Asian region and specializes in consumer-centric, innovation-driven strategies and turn-key digital transformations. Before KPMG he managed a boutique strategy house in the US/EU. Prior to consulting, Tom spent 8 years as a professional government lobbyist in Washington DC, specializing on foreign market access and international trade. He holds a degree in international economics and speaks five languages.
Regional Director, Head of Edge AIA Accountable/AIA Group Innovation Agenda
Originally a commercial pilot, Steve has held a number of senior corporate and banking roles in product, marketing, operations and general management. He has worked for a number of leading corporations and financial institutions including Dell, Compaq, Citigroup, OCBC, Shinsei and DBS Bank. Throughout his career, Steve has specialized in introducing new business models, businesses and products in all major markets in Asia and has filed 6 patents.
Steve was on the startup team for Dell Computer, introducing Dell’s consumer business to Asia. Later he developed and executed the branded manufacturing and retail model catapulting Compaq to number one in the Indian consumer market. In banking Steve developed and patented the first mobile payments platform for Citigroup, developed a Consumer Finance Division for OCBC and lead the retail bank turnaround of Shinsei Bank in Japan growing revenues USD$500M, deposits 25% and improving net income by USD$100M during a 9 month transformation. As Chief Innovation Officer for DBS Bank, Steve drove the innovation agenda focused on Intelligence, Big Data and Social culminating in the $220+M investment of DBS in IBM Watson, DBS A*Star R&D Lab and Digital Banking.
Steve is a frequent presenter and lecturer around the world on subjects including Innovation, banking, Working Capital, M&A and Investing in China. He co-authored a five year China IPO study and has been frequently published on topics including Working Capital, Investing in China and Capital Collaboration. Steve holds an EMBA with ‘first in class academic standing’ from the Helsinki School of Economics.
|Lim, Jung Wook|
Managing Director/Startup Alliance
Jungwook Lim is the managing director of Startup Alliance Korea, a non-profit organization
founded in 2013 to foster Korean startup ecosystem by connecting entrepreneurs, startups, tech
companies, and the government. Jungwook spent time working in Silicon Valley and Boston
where he was the head of global business for Daum and the CEO of Lycos.
After several years of experience in high tech entrepreneurial environment, he moved to Seoul
and established the Startup Alliance to share his knowledge and experience to help local
startups in global settings. Although his skillset is vast, his greatest expertise is in IT technology
and business perspectives in Silicon Valley and Japan. He also has an extensive social capital
in IT industry in Silicon Valley, Japan and Korea.
Before his career as internet executive, he was a newspaper journalist in Korea. We worked at
Chosun Ilbo, Korea’s largest newspaper for almost 10 years. While there, he covered Korea’s IT
industry as a business writer. He also worked as director of Chosun.com, an online newspaper
arm of Chosun Ilbo, managed online newsroom. He also established and became the CEO of
the Chosun Ilbo JNS which operated Japanese online edition of the newspaper.
He is also well known blogger and influential Twitterer in Korea who has over 11k Twitter
followers. He co-authored the book, 'iPad revolution'(2010) and translated 'Inside
Apple'(2012) into Korean version. His columns frequently appear in various newspapers and
magazines in Korea.
Jungwook holds an MBA degree from the Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of
California, Berkeley, and earned a B.A. in Business Administration from the Hankuk University
of Foreign Studies.
|Kim, Jong Hyun |
Senior Research Fellow/Woori Finance Research Institute
Bachelor’s degree, Business School, Sogang University
MS in Information Management, College of Business, KAIST
Ph.D, Business School, SungKyunKwan University
Senior Researcher, Samsung Economic Research Institute
Senior Researcher, CJ Management Research Institute
Senior Research Fellow, Woori Finance Research Institute
|Suh, Jeong Ho|
Senior Research Fellow/Korea Institute of Finance
Ph.D in Business Administration (Finance), Texas Tech.
M.S. in Business Administration, Texas Tech.
B.A. in Business Administration, Yonsei University
Advisor to Governor of Financial Supervisory Service in Korea
Head, Financial Industry Research Division, Korea Institute of Finance
Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University
Deputy President, Hana Financial Holdings
President/CEO, Hana Institute of Finance
Deputy President/Chief Marketing Officer, Hana Bank
Sr. Executive Vice President(CRO, CIO, Treasury), Hana Bank
Director, Deloitte Consulting Korea
Manager, Banking Supervision Div., Financial Supervisory Service
Jr. Economist, Research & Statistics Div. The Bank of Korea
Team Leader, Innovation Hub/Financial Conduct Authority, UK
He joined the FSA in April 2012 and since then has developed the FCA’s approach to competition and more recently, our initiative to support useful innovation in financial services.
Lukas studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Oxford University. He also has a post-graduate diploma in Economics for Competition Law from King’s College London.
|Kang, Im Ho|
B.S. Seoul National University, February 1989 (Economics)
M.A. Seoul National University, February 1991 (Economics)
Ph. D. University of California, San Diego, June 1997 (Economics)
1991~1992 Research Assistant, Research Institute of Economics, Seoul National University
1997~2001 Researcher in Korea Information Society Development Institute
2002~2003 Researcher in Korea Institute of Finance
2003~2006 Assistant Professor, Hanyang University at Ansan.
2006~2011 Associate Professor, Hanyang University at Ansan
2011~Present Professor, Hanyang University at Ansan
Senior Advisor, Regional & Sustainable Development/Asian Development Bank
Mr. Akamatsu is Senior Advisor of Regional & Sustainable Development Department of Asian Development Bank (ADB). Previously, he was Deputy Head of the Office of Regional Economic Integration (OREI) and Chair of ADB’s Financial Sector Community of Practice. He leads works to support financial cooperation and integration initiatives of ASEAN and ASEAN+3. He serves as Co-chair of the Steering Committee for Capacity Building under the ASEAN Central Bank Forum. Prior to joining ADB, he was a staff member of the World Bank. From 09/2005 to 03/2009, he was the Bank’s Finance & Private Sector Program Manager for Vietnam and Capital Market Advisor for East Asia & Pacific (EAP) Region. At the headquarters in Washington, he was Lead Financial Economist and led Capital Markets Group of the Bank’s Financial Sector Network anchor. He was a member of the Bank’s crisis management team at the time of Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 and has participated in the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) of the Bank–IMF for various countries. He worked extensively on Central and Eastern Europe as well as Asia and has worked also Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to joining the World Bank, he worked for Nomura Research Institute in Tokyo and London. He holds MBA (Finance) from the University of Chicago and MSc in Economics from London School of Economics.
Director General, Banking and Insurance Bureau/Financial Services Commission
2004.12 Michigan State University, M.A. in Business Administration
1989.02 Seoul National University, B.A. in Economics
2015.03 Director General, Banking and Insurance Bureau, FSC
2014.07 Director General, Consumer Finance & Protection Bureau, FSC
2013.02 Spokesperson, FSC
2011.05 Director General, Postal Insurance Business Division, Korea Post, Ministry of Knowledge Economy
2009.09 Director, Financial Policy Division, Financial Policy Bureau, FSC
2009.01 Director, Financial Market Analysis Division, Financial Policy Bureau, FSC
2005.01 Director, Insurance Supervision Department, Financial Supervisory Commission
1991.04 Passed the Higher Civil Service Examination
|Kang, Seong Ju|
Director General,Office of Internet Convergence Policy/Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning
Mr. Kang is currently serving as the Director-General of the IT Strategy Bureau at the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning(MSIP) in Korea. His work includes the promotion of IT use in the public and private sector, such as fintech, telemedicine and smart learning, in addition to, big data and IoT, including broadband network policy.
Since 1987, DG Kang has been making efforts to promote the use of IT technology for innovation; until the early 1990s, his work focused on country-level digitalization projects that raised efficiency and transparency of government administration such as vehicle and real estate management.
In 1994, DG Kang was joined the taskforce team responsible for developing broadband network to the world’s best by dramatically improving the internet environment through implementation of the “Information Superhighway”.
In 2004, his work continued to promote IT technology by establishing national strategy to help both the public and private sector make full use of ubiquitous technology, including u-health and u-learning.
He has confidence that government operation and private sector productivity as well as personal creativity can all be improved by innovation based on IT technology; to achieve this goal, he is dedicating himself to change the business environment and learning system to support and be more favorable to entrepreneurship.
Mr. Kang studied at Syracuse University and Pennsylvania State University in US, he has also worked at the OECD as part of the permanentmission of Republic of Korea and published a number of papers and treatises on innovation utilizing IT technology.
Deputy Global Head of Institutional and Sovereign Clients/Amundi
Frederic Samama, Deputy Global Head of Institutional and Sovereign Clients, joined Amundi in 2009. He is as well founder of the SWF Research Initiative. Formerly, he oversaw Corporate Equity Derivatives within Credit Agricole Corporate Investment Banking in New York and Paris. During his tenure, he developed and implemented the first international leveraged employee share purchase program, a technology now used widely among French companies. He has advised the French Government on different areas (employee investing mechanisms, market regulation, etc.) and has a long track record of innovation at the crossroads of finance and government policy.
|Park, Kyung Suh|
President/Korea Corporate Governance Service
Professor Kyung Suh Park is currently with the Korea University Business School as a professor of finance. He had his MBA degree from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University, and aPh.D. degree in finance from the Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University. Before he joined Korea University, he worked for the Korea Institute of Finance.
His research interests cover the subjects in corporate governance and finance, financial institutions, and investments, and he has published academic papers in manytop journals including the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Corporate Finance, the Journal of Financial Markets, and the Journal of Banking and Finance among others.
Professor Park has also actively participated in policy making process of the Korean Governmentin the area of financial markets and industries, and is currently in charge of the Korea Corporate Governance Services as its president.
|Lee, Chae Kwang|
1985~1987 Seoul National University Master of economics
1981~1985 Seoul National University Bachelor of economics
2014~Present Soongsil University Part-time Professor, School of Finance
2013~Present ESG Moneta Co., Ltd Chairman
2011~2013 CFA Institute (Hong Kong office). Director, Industry Relations
2008~2010 Korea Investment & Securities Head of Research & Strategist
2005~2008 KDB Asset Management Co., Ltd. CIO(Equity)
2002~2005 Hanil Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd. CIO(Equity & Fixed Income)
2001~2002 National Pension Service (NPS) Fund Management Center
Head of Research (Equity & Fixed Income) & Acting CIO(Aug ~Oct 2002)
1999~2001 Best Asset Management Co., Ltd. Managing Director& CIO
1997~1999 Daiwa SBCM Securities Head of Research – Research Department
1996~1997 Credit Lyonnias Securities Asia Deputy Head of Research – Research Department
1994~1996 SEI Asset Korea Portfolio Manager & Economist
1991~1994 S.G. Warburg Securities Senior Equity Analyst – Research Department
1988~1990 Daewoo Capital Management Co.,Ltd.
Portfolio Manager – Equity Investment Department
|Cho, Hong Rae|
CEO/Korea Investment Management
1979 Myungji High School
1983 Seoul National University, Bachelor's degree in Economics
1984 Yale University, Master's degree in Economics
1991 Yale University, PhD in Economics
2015~Present Korea Investment Management Co., CEO
2011~2014 Korea Investment Management Co.,
Standing Audit Committee Member (Concurrent Position)
2011~2014 Korea Investment Holdings Co.,
General Manager of Management & Admin. Dept.(Concurrent Position)
2008~2014 Korea Investment Holdings Co.,
Head of Global Research Department. (Executive Vice President)
2007~2008 Korea Investment and Securities Co.,
Head of Institutional Sales Division. (Concurrent Position)
2006~2007 Korea Investment and Securities Co.,
Head of Wholesales Division. (Concurrent Position)
2005~2009 Korea Investment and Securities Co.,
Head of Research Division. (Executive Vice President)
2002~2005 Dongwon Securities Co.,
Head of Research Division.
1992~2002 Hyundai Research Institute Co.,
Head of Economics Research Division. (Director)
|Ju, Yong Wan|
Head, Internet Industry Innovation Division/Korea Internet & Security Agency
B.S of Business management at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
M.S of Business management at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Ph.D of Computer Engineering at Soongsil University
2000~2004 Head of IP address team at KRNIC(Korea Network Information Center)
2004~2006 Head of R&D team at NIDA(National Internet Development Agency)
2006~2007 Head of Policy Research team at NIDA
2007 ~ 2008 Visiting Professor at KIMEP University in Kazakhstan
2008 ~ 2009 Internal Examiner at NIDA
2010 ~ Director of Internet Industry Innovation Group at KISA
|Kim, Dong Hwan|
Director, Electronic Finance Division/Financial Services Commission
National University of Singapore, M.S. in Business Administration
Seoul National University, M.S. in Business Administration
Seoul National University, B.S. in Business Administration
Public Affairs & Communication Director
Regulatory Reform & Legal Affairs Office Director
of Planning & Coordination Bureau