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9 November 2021 03:00pm – 04:00pm

Masterclass

Mastercard – NextGen Point of Interaction

David Mok

Innovation & Customer Solutions
Mastercard

Tan Xin Hao

Product Delivery
Mastercard

Assoc. Prof. Keith Carter

Director
NUS FinTech Lab

Moderator

In this sharing by Mastercard, we explore the history, evolution, and future of payment methods. Software-based solutions are already ubiquitous; smartphones can reliably function as payment terminals. As hardware-based payment systems are phased out in favour of software-oriented solutions, what other trends might we expect? Is a future where biometrics serve as identity secure and feasible? Join us to learn about Mastercard’s vision and strategy for the next generation of Point of Sales technology.

David Mok

David Mok is part of Mastercard Asia Pacific’s Product and Innovations organization. He looks after customer solutions which leverage Mastercard’s toolbox of product and service offerings to deliver scalable solutions to new and existing customers regionally, as well as product partnerships which drive material win-win commercial opportunities.

David joined Mastercard as a Management Associate in 2017, rotating across product and account management roles before graduating in 2019 from the program into his current role in the Innovation and Customer Solutions team.

Tan Xin Hao

Xin Hao is part of Mastercard Asia Pacific’s Product Delivery organization. He mainly focuses on scaling bespoke training solutions (Academy as a Service) across our regional business partners and assisting with the project management of various implementation activities of Cyber & Intelligence products. Xin Hao also supports Mastercard’s Enterprise Partnership with NUS.

Having been on the receiving end of strong mentorship from his seniors and peers, Xin Hao firmly believes in the power of paying it forward and enjoys cross-sharing learning experiences with individuals from all walks of life.

Assoc. Prof. Keith Carter

Keith Carter is an Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore (NUS) School of Computing, Department of Information Systems and Analytics. He is  Director of the NUS Ripple FinTech Lab an experiential education lab and Co-Director of the Crystal Centre a deep-tech FinTech thinktank of cryptocurrency, security, technology and algorithms. He also teaches business leaders in the Advanced Computing for Executives and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He is a member of the Singapore CyberSecurity Consortium and member of the NUS AI Lab

Actionable Intelligence: A guide to delivering Business Results with Big Data, Fast!” Wiley, New York 2014. Reached top 100 books in Amazon and Top 3 books for Competitive Intelligence by Cipher Systems.

He is a contributing author to the book “Leading with IT: Lessons from Singapore’s First CIO” by Professor Alex Siow published by Wiley 2021.

He has an MBA from Cornell University and a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Before joining NUS, he worked at Estee Lauder and Accenture. His mission is to help businesses, governments and people succeed with actionable intelligence.