Tan Yen Yen
Ms. Yen Yen Tan has been Regional Vice-President and Managing Director of SAS South Asia Pacific at SAS Institute Inc., since April 15, 2014.
Ms. Tan served as Senior Vice President of Applications-Asia Pacific Division at Oracle Corporation. Prior to joining Oracle, Ms. Tan spent 18 years at Hewlett-Packard Company where she held various senior management positions in sales, distribution and marketing across the Asia-Pacific region. She served as Senior Vice President of Oracle and Managing Director of Hewlett-Packard Singapore. Ms. Tan has been an Independent Director at Gemalto NV since May 2012.
She has been Non-Executive Director of Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. since April 1, 2012. Ms. Tan serves as a Director at Defence Science and Technology Agency of Singapore and Cap Vista Pte Ltd. She served as the Chairman of Science Centre Singapore. Ms. Tan served as the Chairman Singapore infocomm Technology Federation from 2009 to 2011. She also sits on the international academic panel for Singapore Institute of Management and NUS School of Computing. In 2011, Singapore Computer Society named Ms Tan “IT Leader of the Year” for her significant contribution to the IT industry and she was the first woman to receive this accolade. Ms. Tan holds Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from National University of Singapore and a Master of Business Administration degree from Helsinki School of Economics Executive Education Science.
Dr. Harrison Wang is the Head of Alternative Investments of RHB OSK Asset Management Pte. Ltd. He founded the Alternative Investment/private equity practice under RHB OSK with a joint venture between RHB OSK and Gryphus Capital. His experience includes being a Managing Partner of Gryphus Capital, an investment firm set up in Singapore by Deutsche Bank in 2000, and the CEO of Deutsche Bank’s e-millennium Asia Fund. Dr. Wang was a Managing Director and Head of e-Business Asia Pacific for Deutsch Bank Group. Dr. Wang also managed pools of capital.
Previously, Dr. Wang worked for General Electric (GE) where he was the Managing Director, Asia Pacific Business Development responsible for mergers and acquisitions for the Asia Pacific region. He was appointed the Managing Director of the Emerging Market Group, responsible for GE Capital’s business in four countries, including Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.