Alan Lim, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
Alan is the head of the Fintech Infrastructure Office at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) where he leads the formulation of strategies and initiatives for technology innovation in the financial sector. He is responsible for research and innovation acceleration programs for emerging technologies in areas such as CBDC, DeFI and embedded finance. He also drives the establishment of industry wide utilities and digital platforms for global connectivity. Prior to this, Alan held various technical leadership roles at IBM over 15 years, including managing consulting and development teams across Asia Pacific.
Charles d’Haussy, ConsenSys
Charles d’Haussy is Asia Managing Director at ConsenSys, a leading blockchain engineering company. Among his responsibilities, he leads ConsenSys’ projects on central-bank digital currencies with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Bank of Thailand. Prior to this, Charles served as head of fintech with the Hong Kong government (InvestHK). In that capacity, he helped found and scale Hong Kong Fintech Week, and supported the growth of over 450 fintech companies. He has 15 years of prior experience in Hong Kong’s private sector and is licensed to invest and deal in securities.
Vinoy Kumar, Standards Chartered Bank
Vinoy Kumar is Global Head, Digital Assets at Standard Chartered Bank. He leads the Digital Assets Centre of Excellence in Singapore which supports digital asset capabilities within the bank as well as initiatives across digital currencies, tokenization, and new business models. Vinoy has extensive experience in strategy consulting, digital transformation, regulatory engagement, and digital assets and has worked in Asia, Europe and the Americas. He is a strong advocate for technology, innovation, and disruption, and is an investor and advisor to startups.
Moderator: Daniel Lee, Executive Director, Head of Business & Listing, DBS Digital Exchange
Daniel Lee is the Executive Director, Head of Business & Listing at DBS Digital Exchange. He has spent over 24 years in the banking / broker-dealer industry including extensive experience in servicing intermediaries (broker-clients), digital exchanges, high frequency traders and market makers in the electronic trading space. He has also spent extensive time working with various regulators and exchanges across the Asia Pacific region. Among his previous roles in DBS, he has served as supervisory analyst for research compliance and project manager for a trading system and FIX order routing infrastructure.
Ken Fromm, EEA Director of Education and Development
John Hee Jung Ho, Standard Chartered Bank | EEA Co-Chair of DeFi Interest Group
Weijia Zhang, Wanchain| EEA Regional Head of China
Kazuaki Ishiguro, Couger | EEA Regional Head of Japan
About the EEA
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) brings together global blockchain leaders dedicated to helping organizations adopt and use Ethereum technology in their daily business operations.