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James Cullen

James Cullen is a financial executive with over 30 years of extensive domestic and international experience in commercial banking and corporate finance, acquired while based in Hong Kong, Singapore, and cities on the West Coast of the United States. His expertise includes dealing with the financial architecture and business requirements of public and private corporations as well as governments and government entities. He is a strategic thinker who is innovative, operationally astute as well as being highly focused on goals, results, and relationships. His banking career began and concluded with Wells Fargo, and in between included two decades of executive positions with Bank of America and US Bancorp.

Damian Glendinning

Damian Glendinning has over 26 years’ experience in the field of finance, accounting and treasury. He is currently vice president and group treasurer at Lenovo, which he joined in 2005 after 21 years with IBM. Prior to this, Glendinning was IBM’s Asia Pacific treasurer from 2001 to 2005. He was also director of their global treasury operations in New York. Glendinning also served in a variety of corporate finance roles at IBM, including accounting and internal audit.

Mathew Welch

Mathew Welch has 24 years of senior executive experience in financial markets in Asia, having conducted business and led teams, transactions and projects in most major Asian countries. Prior to starting his own firm, Mathew was Managing Director & Head of Banks, Asia (ex-Japan) at Daiwa Securities Capital Markets, Managing Director and Head Financial Institutions, Asia at ING Investment Banking, Managing Director, Investments at Temasek Holdings and Global Head of Banks at Standard Chartered. He has a MBA degree from Harvard Business School.

 




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