Oscar Veronese

Oscar develops, influences and executes business growth.
A senior Consultant in TMT and Data Analytics, Oscar’s experience spans General and Sales Management across a wide range of TMT/Entertainment companies globally, predominantly with an Asia Pacific focus.
Spanning over 20 years in Asia Pacific, now operating out the UK, his career includes senior regional roles in large Media companies such as Viacom, and Time Inc, as well as smaller entrepreneurial, regional start-ups, at the nexus of Media Technology. These include i-POP Networks/Internetq, mobile marketing specialist whose operations embraced traditional mobile marketing, music content rights and aggregation services, and an App advertising platform branded Minimob.

Oscar’s consultancy projects have included Marcoms Audit and Advisory Review to HK based Regional Cable TV & Satellite Association, CASBAA (now AVIA), and Marketing / GTM Business Advisory in the TMT Sector to TrustSphere, a pioneer in Organisational Network Analytics. His current engagements include companies working in the Touchless, Ad Tech, Cyber Security and Recruitment technology fields.
Oscar was educated in the UK at KCS Wimbledon and CDT London.

Shin Yng Lee

Shin is an experienced senior finance professional with an international exposure, having worked in various markets throughout Asia.
In her career, she has led numerous Finance transformation projects which include ERP implementation, streamlining of finance processes to drive improved efficiency and costs’ optimisation and setting up of shared service teams/COE teams.
She business partners with the stakeholders in the organization to drive growth in both financial topline and bottomline, both organically or inorganically.
Shin was previously Asia Pacific CFO for Viacom and is currently the SVP Finance for AEG Asia
She is an Accountancy graduate from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and is a chartered accountant, Singapore.
Shin is fluent in both English and Chinese.

Stephanie Yang

Stephanie worked for Haymarket Media Group for three years, initially as Client Relations Executive responsible for audience acquisition for conferences and awards across FinanceAsia, CorporateTreasurer and AsianInvestor. After that, she was promoted to be Business Development Manager for CorporateTreasurer, a quota-carrying role, selling to transaction and corporate banking, as well as to fintechs, and asset managers. The role had a special focus on Greater China, and she developed good communication skills and became a conscientious sales professional.

Stephanie is fully motivated to be a partner with clients and to find them solutions that empower their business, achieve their goals and solve their challenges.

She arrived in Hong Kong, to study for her masters at City University of Hong Kong, after graduating from Wuhan University of Science and Technology, and gaining two years’ experience working for an SOE in Wuhan.

Ruby Tan

A vibrant, energetic professional in the business community, Ruby has had diverse experience in various industries including manufacturing, finance and corporate education. In the process, she has developed a wide network of associates and contacts.
Ruby currently assumes a corporate leadership role in a tech-focused Singapore-based firm, where she designs and leads change culture and heads the communications team. An advocate for nurturing and empowering people, Ruby sees herself as a “bridge builder” and actively engages with employees to identify various pain points and works with the management to develop and design suitable frameworks and solutions that help accomplish the organisation’s objectives sustainably.
She is an Economics major from the University of Queensland, Australia, and is an MBA graduate from the Quantic School of Business and Technology.

Christopher Chu

Christopher arrived in Hong Kong in 2007 after brief stints in Beijing and London. Originally from the United States, Christopher began his career working for the Walt Disney Company’s International Labour Standards Group in Los Angeles. He moved over to the finance industry first as an investment analyst for Hamon Investment Group before becoming a fund manager at Union Bancaire Privée, a Swiss private bank. As a European educated, Asian American, Christopher is a natural communicator, allowing him to translate foreign concepts and ideas into local terminology. This allowed Christopher to transition into financial journalism where he worked for the Motley Fool, and most recently served as Deputy Editor for FinanceAsia.

Christopher holds a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) from Cambridge University. As an undergraduate, he doubled majored in Mathematical Economics and Psychology from Pitzer College in Claremont California.

Lisa Tsang

Lisa has 15 years’ experience as a research and analyst in information technology and market research. She has work on a number of projects for Thomson Reuters, Dow Jones and others in the media space. She was previously employed at the BBC and UBS.

She is a graduate in law from Huddersfield University in the UK and holds a Masters in Computer Science from Birkbeck College, University of London.

Lara Wang

Lara leads high-impact digital and data-enabled transformation for financial services industries in China. Over the past decade, she has worked on hundreds of consulting engagements with advanced analytics, change management and innovative programmes in Mainland China.

Lara has deep experience in leveraging data assets and orchestrating ecosystems for traditional business leaders and cutting-edge next-generation institutions. As an advisor to chairmen, founders, and CEOs, she helps define clear and aspirational visions to turbocharge both top- and bottom-line growth.

Helping a client establish one of the mainland’s most successful domestic private banks, and setting up its corporate university and strategy office, she implemented rigorous execution metrics and built core competences. Lara is an ardent advocate for entrepreneurs, having coached innovation competitions for the Bank of China, ICBC, Guangdong University of Finance and several other institutions.

Educated at Nanjing University, Lara was previously a producer and commentator on business and social programmes for CCTV. She was the founding producer of CCTV’s Economic 30 minutes.