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EVENT OVERVIEW

More than ever, CFO and CIO collaboration is crucial for delivering the desired outcomes set by the CEO and the Board.

The CIO’s focus on leveraging technology for innovation and operational efficiency complements the CFO’s responsibility for financial planning, risk management, and resource allocation. Together, they can create a unified vision for how technology can enable the organization to deliver the desired outcomes.

By aligning their efforts, the CIO and CFO can ensure that technology investments are not only cost-effective but also directly contribute to the financial health and long-term success of the company.

A Gartner poll of more than 1,400 executive leaders revealed that 45% of enterprises are scaling generative AI investments across multiple business functions, with 22% scaling across more than three different functions.

AI is no longer exclusive to the CIO office. Among leading organisations, its democratization of use coupled with a sound governance framework, is creating new business opportunities and delivering desired outcomes.

Running in its fifth year under the theme of “Delivering Outcomes” at C-Engage Convention 2024, we are bringing together experienced industry practitioners and domain experts to share with attendees the latest in technology and best practices to maximise the value innovations in process and technology to deliver strategic goals and desired outcomes in 2025 and beyond.

At this year’s flagship event, we will cover:

  • Achieving sustainable growth
  • Transformative leadership
  • Embracing AI to power growth
  • Harnessing the latest digital capabilities for decision-making
  • Continuous innovation
  • Human-machine partnerships

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

C-Engage Convention aims to give insights on driving technological transformation and on addressing pressing concerns to optimize digital investments and business performance to over 400 senior IT and finance leaders from multiple industries in the region.

This one-day event offers the best opportunity to hear from the industry’s leading professionals, contribute questions from the floor, engage in panel discussions, attend hands-on workshops on harnessing the power of disruptive technologies, and witness first-hand best practices in deploying the right technology and strategy to be successful in moving to the next phase of digital transformation and managing the change.

High-Level Industry Speakers

We gather 40+ industry speakers and experts from leading organizations for keynote presentations and incisive discussions so you can tap on their invaluable insights and best practices to your digital transformation journey.

Interactive Discussions

Be part of our interactive panel discussions that address the current hot topics, share ideas and experiences and get the answers to your pressing questions from prominent business leaders on stage.

Networking Opportunities

Meet new business partners, engage and forge new connections with our business leaders, end users, solution providers and many more at our event through luncheons, coffee breaks, one-to-one meetings and informal introductions.

Targeted In-Depth Sessions

8 hours of learning and networking opportunities packed into 10 in-depth sessions. Listen to corporate-driven best practices and case studies sharing that are targeted to your profession through the personalized conferences we crafted for you - FutureCIO and FutureCFO conferences.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, CHROs, CROs, CSOs, CSCOs, CPOs, Directors, Heads, MDs, SVPs, VPs, Leads, involved in:

  • Information Technology
  • Finance
  • Operations
  • General management
  • Procurement
  • Supply Chain
  • Sustainability
  • Innovation & Digital Technology
  • Human Resources
  • Risk Management

At the conference

2024 AGENDA

08.15

Registration & Welcome Coffee

09.00

Conference Chairperson’s Welcome Remarks

09.15

PANEL DISCUSSION I: Modernising Foundational Digital Platforms

An IDC study mentions that digital infrastructure is set to drive 43% of business revenue in Asia by 2027. From adopting customer-centric mindset to embracing product-based approaches, CIOs need to redesign their IT framework and strategy to guarantee continuous business transformation.

  • Key trends that will shape digital transformation landscape in 2024
  • Transforming IT for digital success
  • Doing the cloud right: Scalable and flexible
  • Transforming IT Ops with hyper-automation
  • Optimising digital platforms for AI and D&A delivery
  • Building/deploying solutions that support specific revenue stream


MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

09.50

KEYNOTE I: Delivering the Last Mile of Digital Transformation with XaaS

According to Triton Market Research, the global Everything as A Service (XaaS) market is estimated to witness revenue at a CAGR of 20.94% during the forecast period 2023-2030 and is expected to reap revenue worth $2610.98 billion by 2030. Why does XaaS matter to business?

  • The trends and future of XaaS
  • XaaS vs. customised applications: What really matters to a CIO?
  • Migrating from on-premise to XaaS
  • Meeting the challenges in XaaS business models

10.15

PANEL DISCUSSION II: Embedding IT in Business Strategy

IDC predicts that by 2026, 60% of CIOs will find their roles being challenged by line-of-business (LOB) counterparts who can better demonstrate the ability to align technology with organisation’s mission and customers.

As an enabler that solves business’s problems and needs, IT is a powerful catalyst for business’ progress, innovation and efficiency. Therefore, to emerge as a true business enabler, CIOs must have profound understanding of the organisation’s wider goals and act as business’ strategic partner.

  • IT as business enabler
  • Strategies for tracking and assessing disruptive trends
  • Partnering with business teams and building an ecosystem of innovation partners
  • CapEx vs. OpEx: Funding IT strategy that delivers against business objectives
  • Adopting a franchise model for IT to co-own the responsibility of digital delivery with other CxOs


MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

09.00

Conference Chairperson’s Welcome Remarks

Jeremy Gray, Editorial Consultant, CXOCIETY

09.15

PANEL DISCUSSION I: Achieving Sustainable Growth and Cost Efficiency

Dealing with overall macroeconomic conditions, increased interest rate, rising capital costs and geopolitical challenges will worry many senior finance executives in 2024. Finance leaders are under great pressure to bring costs down to anticipate volatile business landscapes in the coming years and yet, also tasked to preserve profitability for the business.

  • What’s top of CFO’s mind in 2024
  • Monitoring business/investment risks under global uncertainty in 2024
  • Capturing market opportunities to ensure unit economics stay above the hurdle rate
  • Strategic cost reduction: Balancing revenue-sustaining and cost-cutting efforts
  • Building robust balance sheet in turbulent times
  • Striking the optimum balance between cost cutting and investing for growth

 

MODERATOR:
Editorial consultant, CXOCIETY

PANELIST:
Shivam Kumar, CFO – South East Asia and Taiwan, HALEON

09.50

KEYNOTE I: Revamping the Future of Finance with Connected Finance

Finance functions typically operate with separate inventory of tools which don’t talk to each other, thus creating silos of data. Connected finance is the process within finance operations that integrates financial services with digital technologies for interconnected workflow and seamless experience for businesses and their consumers.

  • ‍Creating value with connected finance
  • The fundamentals of connected finance
  • Aggregating systems to achieve a unified business outcome with connected finance
  • Enabling connected finance to enhance productivity, convenience and better customer experience


Senior representative, WORKIVA

10.15

PANEL DISCUSSION II: CFO’s Transformative Leadership
  • What it takes to be an effective transformative CFO
  • Designing a future finance operating model that supports growth and innovation
  • CFO’s leadership in delivering transformation projects
  • What really matters to a CFO in 2024 and beyond?
  • Lessons learned managing stakeholders and orchestrating company-wide transformation


MODERATOR:
Editorial consultant, CXOCIETY

PANELISTS:
Christine Tan, Chief Financial Officer, APAC, CYTIVA
Hongrui Mo, CFO, MET ASIA ENERGY

10.50

Morning Coffee Break

11.15

FIRESIDE CHAT I: CIO’s Guide on Technology Business Management (TBM)

According to IDC, ICT spending grew in 2021 by more than 7.1% in APAC to US$ 950 billion, and is expected to reach US$ 1.1 trillion by 2025. Also, Gartner indicates that only 1.8% increase of the global spend will occur in Southeast Asia. This session will highlight the importance of TBM for IT leaders to do more with less and manage the challenges that many have around budgets and financial transparency with the business.

  • The fiscal responsibility of an IT leader
  • TBM as a tool to track IT fiscal performance and minimize redundancy/duplications in IT spends
  • The KPIs in TBM
  • Deploying TBM to mature IT portfolio management programs in 2024-2025
  • Creating technology investments framework to better understand business
  • Leveraging data-driven insights for CIO’s decision making and build solid base to drive growth


INTERVIEWER:
Editorial Consultant, CXOCIETY

11:40

PANEL DISCUSSION III: Using Generative AI to Power Growth in 2024

The era of widespread adoption of Generative AI (GenAI) tools have come. AI has captured the attention of many IT leaders and reaching more users. CIOs must prepare to fit emerging transformative technologies, such as GenAI, into the enterprise’s digital planning and technology investments.

  • The future of Gen AI’s enterprise developments and applications
  • How to leverage GenAI and where do you begin: What is realistic, what has worked and what has not?
  • Moderating GenAI
  • Managing AI risk, ethics and governance
  • GenAI use cases

MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY



PANELIST:
Natalie Que, CIO/Chief Data and Digital Officer – SEA and North Asia, KENVUE

12:15

KEYNOTE III: Enterprise Software Innovation for Continuous Innovation

Enterprise software such as SCM, ERP, CRM and HCM have long been considered as support function for business operations that just sit in a data centre or a cloud environment. However, as we are living in an era of innovation, to stay ahead in a competitive landscape, organisations will need to disrupt their IT systems and transform them into digitally innovative platforms.

  • Software developments to unlock new revenue streams
  • Key challenges in digitally transforming traditional IT ecosystem
  • Keeping up with innovation without interfering existing business operations
  • Building innovation-driven enterprise software platform
  • Incorporating security in the innovation process

11:15

FIRESIDE CHAT I: Improving Working Capital to Sustain the Growth Engine
  • Achieving effective working capital management by accelerating cash conversion cycle
  • Planning and metrics for effective working capital optimisation strategy
  • Finance and Procurement’s strategic collaboration to improve working capital
  • Designing debt prevention strategies to mitigate bad debt risks
  • Aligning policies, procedures and technology with working capital’s KPIs


INTERVIEWER:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

11:40

PANEL DISCUSSION III: Embracing Generative AI: Opportunities and Risks for CFOs

According to EY, CFOs saw a new priority on C-Suite agenda as they steer their organisations through an uncertain growth outlook in 2024: Generative AI (GenAI).

As much as this transformative technology is a powerful ally in shaping enterprise’s sustainable and prosperous future in the age of innovation, there are considerations that CFOs need to ponder before they confidently embark on adopting GenAI for their business.

  • How is GenAI shaping the future of business and finance teams?
  • Prioritising AI projects that deliver ROI
  • Tackling technical debt presented by AI investments
  • Responsible applications of Gen AI
  • Challenges in ensuring AI and data governance


MODERATOR:
Editorial consultant, CXOCIETY

PANELISTS:
Peter Oey, CFO, GRAB
Kamlesh Birla, CFO, APAC, COCOA, OFI

12:15

KEYNOTE II: CFO’s Guide in Modernising Data Infrastructure

As companies generate more data each day, finance teams have limitless opportunities to glean new insights and increase their value to the business. Data management tools are evolving rapidly; however, sophisticated F&PA tools are only effective if the data that fuels them are accurate. Also, as transparency over industry data increase, lack of proper data governance and management will critically impact business performance.

  • The greatest data issues still facing the finance teams today
  • Building trust and credibility in data
  • Harnessing digital capabilities to increase the analytic value and transparency of data
  • Shaping a strong data governance program in the AI era

12:40

Lunch

13.40

KEYNOTE IV: The Future of Cloud in Relieving Digital Pressures

Gartner forecast that worldwide public cloud end user spending will reach $679 billion in 2024, with GenAI driving cloud model innovation. As enterprises strengthen their efforts in managing growing volume of data across environments and begin operationalising GenAI, the use of cloud will be intensified to drive flexibility and growth.

  • Cloud innovation of the future
  • Adopting industry cloud platforms to accelerate composable capabilities
  • Migrating on-prem applications to hyperscalers
  • How GenAI will shape cloud in 2024

14.05

FIRESIDE CHAT II: Revolutionising Data Management with Automation and Integration
  • Accelerating revenue growth with big data
  • Automating big data collection, processing and analysis with AI/ML
  • Deploying DaaS for data harmonisation
  • The rise of data lakehouses for data automation
  • Automation for data governance


INTERVIEWER:
Editorial Consultant, CXOCIETY

14.30

PANEL DISCUSSION IV: Transformative IT Leadership

In an era of on-going disruptions, the leadership team tend to have ambitious business agendas that require technology. CIOs need to step in and manage broad portfolio of enterprise technology required to transform, innovate, and run the business. To achieve these, CIOs need to deliver tech at speed, innovate at scale and harness the power of human-centred and bold leadership.

  • The changing role of CIO
  • IT leadership for greater agility
  • Meeting the challenges in building enterprise’s digital dexterity and operational models
  • Executive effectiveness in delivering digital dividends and transformation projects
  • Lessons learned managing stakeholders and orchestrating company-wide transformation


MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

13.40

KEYNOTE III: Bridging the Efficiency Gap with Smarter Automation

Constant market disruptions and skill shortages prompt finance leaders to work smarter. With automation taking over the rote tasks and AI provides forward-thinking and predictive analytics; finance leaders are poised to become powerful strategic advisor and partner to business.  With AI as the game changer, how should CFOs leverage on AI-embedded automation capabilities to improve enterprise’s cost efficiency and performance?

  • Scaling up automation for finance function
  • Streamlining the digital financial close process with automation
  • Automation with built-in AI capabilities for increased efficiency and data confidence
  • Balancing the use of AI, automation and human labour
  • Overcoming implementation challenges in driving automation at-scale

14.05

FIRESIDE CHAT II: ESG in the Era of Escalating Costs

With ESG efforts maturing and continuous business challenges face CFOs every now and then, CFOs and management teams undeniably have a lot on their plates. Some may even be rethinking their ESG priorities and timelines as they choose to battle inflation, maintain market shares, improve supply chain resiliency or bring cost capital down. How ESG can support cost reduction?

  • CFO at the intersection of sustainability and finance
  • ESG’s shift from being just an investment category to mainstream strategy
  • Can CFOs reduce costs while achieving ESG goals?
  • Aligning ESG reporting with financial disclosures
  • Metrics in CFO-led ESG


INTERVIEWER
:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

14:30

PANEL DISCUSSION IV: Incorporating Agility into Planning, Forecasting and Budgeting

VUCA or not, cash flow is indisputably the lifeblood of the business. Fulfilling short-term payment obligations have become challenging to some organisations, yet leveraging on credits or borrowing is not quite an answer either as interest rates continue to grow.

Making data-based forecasts and financial strategy will equip finance leaders to tackle obstacles and provide a clear picture of their financial trajectory throughout the coming year.

  • Cash flow planning and frequent forecasting amidst uncertainty
  • Meeting cash forecasting challenges
  • Improving cash forecasting accuracy, liquidity planning and management and working capital with data and modern technologies
  • Leveraging AI and ML to build realistic and trustworthy forecasts even without reliable recent historical data


MODERATOR:
Editorial consultant, CXOCIETY

15.05

Afternoon Coffee Break
C-ENGAGE CONVENTION PLENARY

15:30

CONFERENCE CHAIRPERSON’S WELCOME REMARKS
Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

15:35

C-SUITE KEYNOTE: Reimagining the Future: Data-Centric AI vs. Edge AI

By 2024, Gartner predicts 60% of data for AI will be synthetic to simulate reality, future scenarios and derisk Artificial Intelligence (AI), up from 1% in 2021. The research firm also predicts that more than 55% of all data analysis by deep neural networks will occur at the point of capture in an edge system by 2025, up from less than 10% in 2021. This session will delves into the use of Edge AI versus Data-Centric AI for a more secure and faster time to insights – also in solving various data challenges, including accessibility, volume, privacy, security, complexity and scope.

  • The paradigm shift: data-centric vs. model-centric AI vs. edge AI
  • The growing demand: The convergence of AI and edge computing
  • Tapping into different approaches of AI: Opportunities and challenges
  • Use cases adopting Edge AI and data-driven AI into the business

16:00

C-SUITE PANEL DISCUSSION I: Doing Things Differently with People and Technology

In order to thrive and succeed in today’s challenging business landscape, quite often than not, enterprises need to become more customer-centric, innovative, inclusive and sustainable. However, to drive the change needed to ensure successful enterprise-wide transformation, introducing new technologies alone is not enough.

  • Less about technology and more about people and processes
  • People and workflow simplification as key drivers of change and growth
  • Platform engineering and the integration of intelligence into tools to streamline tasks
  • Enhancing employee experiences for sustained success and long term’s business growth

MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

16:35

C-SUITE FIRESIDE CHAT: Leading with AI

recent Gartner poll of more than 2,500 executive leaders found that 45% reported that recent hype around ChatGPT prompted them to increase AI investments. 70% said their organisation is in investigation and exploration mode with GenAI, while 19% are in pilot or production mode. With the continuous and evolving advancements of Artificial Intelligence (AI), business leaders too will experience profound changes. From data-driven decision making, improving productivity to personalized customer experience, AI will impact every aspect of leadership.

  • How will AI affect C-Suite’s role and responsibilities in the future?
  • How should C-Suite prepare this transformative change?
  • Leveraging AI to foster innovations, adapt and thrive in the new era
  • Challenges and opportunities for leaders in the age of AI


INTERVIEWER
:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

17:00

C-SUITE PANEL DISCUSSION II: Becoming the Enterprise of Tomorrow with Augmented-Connected Workforce

Business success is often driven by a paradigm shift and this includes how enterprises manage their workforce, business processes, efficiency and decision-making.

The 2023 Gartner CEO and Senior Business Executive Survey found that 26% of CEOs believe the most damaging risk for their organisation is the talent shortage, and so attracting and retaining talent is their top workforce priority. Therefore, more top-performing organisations will implement the augmented-connected workforce strategy – where technology will be fully integrated into the workplace, sitting alongside humans.

  • Human-machine partnerships for the future of work
  • The operating model for the new ways of working
  • Meeting the challenges in integrating augmented-connected workforce into the enterprise
  • Framework for augmented-connected workforce through a time of change
  • Making the most of high-quality human capabilities with AI and automation


MODERATOR:

Allan Tan

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

17:35

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Looking Forward – Enterprise Predictions on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in 2025
  • The expanding capabilities of AI in 2025
  • The rise of personal AI in the workplace
  • Future projections of multimodal AI
  • Big expectations and new challenges of AIs in the coming years
  • Predictions on the evolving landscape of AI and technology for business in 2025

18:00

CLOSING REMARKS & END OF EVENT

2023 SPEAKERS

Abhi Sharma

CFO

CODA PAYMENTS

Adrian Teng

Group CFO & Group COO

CLIFFORD CAPITAL HOLDINGS

Alex Jee

Director – Finance Transformation

ORACLE

Alexander Joramsa

CFO Asia Pacific

TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS

Alison Bertholon

APAC Finance Director, Business Control

VOLVO BUS

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

Alvin Rodrigues

Editorial Consultant

CXOCIETY

Andrew Beasley

Regional Best Delivery Director APAC

CLIFFORD CHANCE

Andrew Soon

VP Sales Asia

JEDOX

Anil Kumar Saha

Senior Vice President, Engineering

DBS BANK

Annie Chong

Global IT Director - Manufacturing and Head of IT Singapore Hub

ILLUMINA

Arvind Mathur

CIO - AMEA

KELLOGG COMPANY

Balaji Uppili

Region CIO

GE HEALTHCARE

Balamurugan Jegatheesan

Executive Director, Head Architect, Digital Channels and Data Analytics

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

Benjamin Chin Fook Chuan

APAC Finance Director and Managing Director SG/MY

ECCO SHOES

Bruce Leong

Director, Technology & Strategy

MOUNT ALVERNIA HOSPITAL

Carol Fong

RVP Sales

ANAPLAN

Casey Kwan

VP and Head of Enterprise Cloud

SAP SOUTHEAST ASIA

Chaitanya Gorrepati

Head of Reliability Engineering (SRE), Core Banking & Payment Hub, Wealth Management

CREDIT SUISSE

Ching Terk Ming

Director, Management Consulting

KMPG

Daniel Ong

Director, Solutions Architecture, Asia Pacific

DIGITAL REALTY

Darren Sim

Regional IT Director (APAC Digital & Connected Commerce)

JOHNSON & JOHNSON

Darshana Sanghavi

Managing Director APAC

AMCO SOLUTIONS

Derrick Sun

Business Development Director

ESKER ASIA

Evelyn Ooi

Regional Director, Information Technology (CIO)

GEODIS

Gabriel Low

Managing Director (Asia)/CFO (APAC)

THEBEN ASIA

Gary Ng

Divisional Director and CIO

SENTOSA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Goh Yin Shian

Group Finance Director

GOODPACK

Harry Chan

AVP, IT

IHH HEALTHCARE

Irwan Yulianto

Head of APAC Enterprise Infrastructure, Security and Smart Innovation

PANASONIC ASIA PACIFIC

Jeal Desai

CIO & Digital Leader, SEA

MONDELĒZ INTERNATIONAL

Jeremy Gray

Editorial Consultant

CXOCIETY

Joey Chua

Head of IT

GULF MARINE

Karen Lai

Director, Business Control of Global Operations

ASM

Karl-Michael Mouantri

Managing Director, CCH Tagetik APAC

WOLTERS KLUWER

Karthik Manoharan

Director

CBS CORPORATE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

Katherine Tan

Group CFO

WEARNES AUTOMOTIVE

Kevin Lew

VP Global IT HR Systems

DHL EXPRESS

Khang Nguyen Trieu

Group Chief Technology Architect

ACCOR

Lee Siew Kit

Vice President (Technology & IT)

SINGAPORE CRUISE CENTER

Lee Thong Tan

CFO Practice Lead, Asia

WORKDAY

Lum Wai Leng

Consulting Director

CBS CORPORATE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

Max Tiong

VP and Head of Innovation

INCOME INSURANCE

Muhammad Khalil Bin Shaiful Bahari

Deputy Director, Group Technology Office

BOUSTEAD PROJECTS LIMITED

Munish Kaushal

CFO APAC

HALEON

Neeraj Singhal

Chief Finance Officer, Asia Pacific

BCD TRAVEL

Ng Yee Pern

Chief Technology Officer

FAR EAST ORGANIZATION

Pankaj Kabra

Senior Vice President Finance

TRAVELOKA

Pauline Sng

Senior Director of IT

BD

Peter Oey

CFO

GRAB

Prof. Roy Ling

CEO & Founder

FOLLOWTRADE

Raghu Prasad

Vice President, Solution Consulting, Asia-Pacific and Japan

WORKDAY

Rajiv Renganathan

IT Director – Supply Chain Digitization

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

Raju Chellam

Chairman, Cloud & Data Standards

ITSC (IT STANDARDS COMMITTEE)

Rangnath Deshpande

CFO ASEAN

DXC TECHNOLOGY

Shamal De Silva

Senior Director, IT/IS

REC SOLAR

Tay Siang Leng

CFO Asia

QBE

Thomas Palmer

Managing Director, APAC

ONESTREAM SOFTWARE

Wei Ping Ong

Digital Commercial Regional Head, Asia Pacific

IRON MOUNTAIN

Wong Hong Zhou

Group CFO

DIALOG AXIATA PLC

2021 SPEAKERS

Allan Tan

Group Editor-in-Chief

CXOCIETY

Ross Mackay

Group Head of Global Shared Services and Finance Process Optimisation

INTERNATIONAL SOS

Sourabh Chitrachar

Sourabh Chitrachar, Regional VP- IT Strategy & Ops, LIBERTY MUTUAL

Litao Liu

Head of Controlling and Planning Agile Digital Lab & Digital Academy, ABB

Haroon Aslam

Regional Finance Director, GETZ HEALTHCARE

Frankie Shuai

Director of Cyber & Technology Risk, UBS

Chaitanya Gorrepati

Head of Reliability Engineering (SRE), Core Banking & Payment Hub, Wealth Management

CREDIT SUISSE

David Tay

CIO Asia

LENDLEASE

Sumeet Puri

Chief Technology Solutions Officer, SOLACE

James Lee

Director of Finance, SOFITEL

Leonard Ong

Region CISO, APAC, GE HEALTHCARE

Lim Shih Hsien

Lim Shih Hsien, Head of Technology Masterplanning and Security, CISO, CSO, CERTIS

Ronald Wong

Financial Accounting Advisory Services Leader and Partner

EY

Nam Soon Liew

ASEAN Managing Partner, EY

Niels Maerkedahl

CIO for Business Banking and CTO for Digital Platforms

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

Brent Wong

CISO, SEPHORA ASIA

Germaine Tan

Director of Analysis, APAC, DARKTRACE

Bernard L’Allier

Managing Director, South Asia, RACKSPACE TECHNOLOGY

Richard Hayler

CFO, NUTRITION TECHNOLOGIES

Vincent Lim

CFO Asia Pacific, DATALOGIC

Yann Alain Hamon

Managing Director, WHY INNOVATION!

Juvanus Tjandra

Digital Finance Partner, KPMG SINGAPORE

Sachin Shah

Regional VP and Head of APAC Digital Services, RGP

Ee Khoon Oon

Vice President, Asia Pacific, KYRIBA

Zakir Ahmed

Senior Vice President & GM, Asia Pacific & Japan, KOFAX

Daniel Viertel

Business Director, New Entry Market, CCH Tagetik APAC,

WOLTERS KLUWER

Melissa Chua

Senior Editor, CXOCIETY

Mohamed Hardi

Director & CIO

NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD

Ng Lai Yee

Managing Partner & Country Leader, Singapore

IBM CONSULTING

Indradeep Das

Head of Finance, HILTI FAR EAST

Rain Yang

Head of Finance, YEO HIAP SENG (YEO’S)

Mahesh Joshi

Senior Director, Cloud Insight & Strategy , ORACLE JAPAC

Azuhar Mohammed

Head of Global Solution Center – Expertise & Innovation, SANOFI

Jimmy Ong

EY Technology Consulting Leader, Partner, EY ADVISORY

Frederic Giron

VP, Research Director, FORRESTER RESEARCH

Ion Mudreac

Director DevOps and Cloud Development, SINGTEL

Rajiv Biswas

Executive Director and Asia-Pacific Chief Economist, IHS MARKIT

Arjun Jolly

General Manager, Finance Operations, Downstream & Trading Reporting & Analysis, SHELL

Jeremy Gray

Editorial Consultant

CXOCIETY

Siraj Iqbal

Assistant Director, e-Invoice Project Office, IMDA

Justin Ong

IT General Manager, PANASONIC ASIA PACIFIC

Christiaan van Es

Regional Vice President – Revenue Southeast Asia & India, RGP

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