Executive Brainstorm & Innovation Forum
3-5 December, Capella Resort, Singapore
New Business Models and Growth Opportunities
in communications, commerce, content and the cloud
"93% of strategy execs said that exploring new business models is as important in this current economic climate as cutting costs and retaining customers."
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Speaker Biography


Philip Yen, Group Head, Emerging Payments, Asia/Pacific, Middle East & Africa

Philip Yen is group head, Emerging Payments for Asia/Pacific, Middle East & Africa (APMEA) and is based in Singapore. In this role, he is responsible for emerging payments in the APMEA region, including e-commerce, mobile, PayPass, transit, P2P, InControl and bill payments. He and his team work closely with the core payments team, division/country staff, and headquarters to drive MasterCard business through new channels and platforms. His team focuses on market based solution development and strategic positioning for future growth.

Prior to joining MasterCard, Mr. Yen served as a founding member of Dynamics Inc., a startup that makes next generation payment cards. He played a key role in product development, marketing, sales, and securing early funding. Prior to Dynamics Inc., Mr. Yen worked at Visa Inc. for 16 years. He was executive vice president and general manager for Strategic Innovation based in Sydney (1 yr), Tokyo (2 yrs), and Singapore (2 yrs). Prior to his assignment in Asia, he was executive vice president, e-Visa and senior vice president, Chip Platform based in California. Before joining Visa, Mr. Yen spent 15 years at IBM Corporation, where he held management positions in technical sales and customer support for Silicon Valley clients.

Mr. Yen holds a Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude from Duke University, North Carolina.

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