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02
Jun 2018
(Sat)

科技的變革: 手機支付年代

Event of
Open SPACE 2018

Date & time
02Jun 2018 (Sat)14:00 - 15:30 Free
Venue
Room 204-206, 2/F, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong (access via the shopping arcade escalators through Exit A, Admiralty MTR Station)
Speaker
Mr Sunny Cheung, Chief Executive Officer of Octopus Holding Ltd Mr Bosco Lin, Chief Commercial Officer of Alipay Payment Service(HK)Ltd Ms Helena Chen, Managing Director (Hong Kong and Macau), Mastercard Moderator: Dr Toa Charm, Chief Public Mission Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd
Mr Sunny Cheung, Chief Executive Officer of Octopus Holding Ltd

Mr Sunny Cheung, Chief Executive Officer of Octopus Holding Ltd

Mr Sunny Cheung re-joined as Chief Executive Officer of the Octopus group of companies effective 2 January 2015. He had been the Chief Executive Officer of the Company since January 2011 until his retirement in March 2014. Mr Cheung has over 40 years’ experience in retail banking and payments. Prior to joining Octopus Group in 2011, he was the Country Manager of Visa International for Hong Kong and Macau. He also held senior management positions with several financial institutions, including Managing Director and Head of Greater China Consumer Banking at DBS, General Manager of Consumer Banking at Dao Heng Bank and General Manager of Citibank card business in Hong Kong.

Mr Bosco Lin, Chief Commercial Officer of Alipay Payment Service(HK)Ltd

Chief Commercial Officer of Alipay Payment Service(HK)Limited

Ms Helena Chen, Managing Director (Hong Kong and Macau), Mastercard

Managing Director (Hong Kong and Macau), Mastercard

Moderator:  Dr Toa Charm, Chief Public Mission Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd

Moderator: Dr Toa Charm, Chief Public Mission Officer, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd

Dr Toa CHARM is the Chief Public Mission Officer (“CPMO”) the Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited. He helps develop the company's strategic direction and drives Cyberport's public mission-related programs with the goal of inspiring the next generation, nurturing entrepreneurial spirit and helping local start-ups go global. Before Dr Charm joined Cyberport, he held senior management and consulting positions from leading multinational and Chinese companies in Asia Pacific in the past 25 years including IBM, Oracle, HSBC and Kingdee. Dr Charm has been actively contributing to the ICT industry development and community affairs in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific. He serves in a number of advisory boards in ICT industry, universities, startup communities and NGOs including Hong Kong Computer Society, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, Tung Wah Hospital Group, City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Dr Charm specializes in AI, big data, FinTech, digital strategy, business models innovation, growth and internationalization for emerging companies. He often shares his experience with corporate leaders, digital entrepreneurs and students. Dr. Charm is often invited as judge and assessor for ICT and innovation awards in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific. Dr Charm holds a Doctor of Business Administration degree, a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. He also completed management programs from Harvard, UC-Berkeley and CEIBS. Dr Charm is a TDWI Certified BI Professional and has completed a Big Data and AI Certification Program from MIT.

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Remarks

Language - Cantonese


A new era of mobile payments has arrived.  More and more service providers such as Smart Octopus, O! ePay, AlipayHK, Payme, Wechat Pay, and TNG, are offering mobile payment services. However, many people are still not totally clear about mobile payments, and how to use them.  They are also concerned about security and protection. Through this keynote talk, we hope to provide the general public with a basic understanding of the e-wallet, the services of different providers, and the development of the mobile payment trend.

 

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