TAB Global Pte Ltd is an investor, owner and manager of world class digital content platforms namely, The Asian Banker, Wealth and Society, BankQuality.com as well as learning platforms like The Banking Academy and The Skill Store. Incorporated in Singapore, it has offices in Beijing, Dubai and support offices in Kuala Lumpur and Manila, with plans to expand to Johannesburg, London, Zurich and New York.
The Company welcomes discussions with private investors who share our vision and would like to grow with us as a group of transparent, highly professional, skilled and multi-cultural individuals from different societies around the world.
Emmanuel Daniel is the founder of The Asian Banker. He is an award-winning writer and author with a background in management consulting. He previously served in several government advisory councils, interviewed some of the leading chairmen, chief executive officers, policy makers and entrepreneurs around the world and currently consults with banks on investor, media relations and strategy formulation. His first book on the future of the finance industry, “The Great Transition” is set to be published soon.
Foo Boon Ping is the President and Executive Director, TAB Global. He manages its publishing and research business in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa and regularly engages the financial services community on transformational issues shaping the industry. He has more than 25 years of experience in strategic brand , corporate and marketing communication as well as research and consulting, covering retail, corporate and transaction banking, financial markets, risk management, compliance and financial technology. Foo started his career as a financial journalist, worked as a senior consulting manager at Ernst and Young and served in senior management positions at UOB and DBS Bank.
Cindy Yu is the director of TAB Global. She joined The Asian Banker in 2014 to provide in-depth research and strategic consulting services covering Greater China. She and her team work closely with financial institutions, regulators, municipal governments and enterprises across different industries. Prior to joining the company, Yu held several senior positions in major international institutions, successfully leading business development, marketing and investor relationship management divisions.
Thomas McMahon has over 30 years of experience in international exchange-based commodity and derivative product creation, clearing, trading and regulatory licensing. He worked broadly across Asia to bring major international exchange formation and licensing projects to the market, serving as chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director of Singapore Mercantile Exchange, deputy CEO of Allocated Bullion Exchange and CEO of UD Trading Group. Prior to this, McMahon worked as president, managing director and deputy chairman of the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange. He also served in various leadership positions at The New York Mercantile Exchange and COMEX from 1983 to 2003.
Christian Kapfer is Managing Director, TABInsights, leading research and consulting engagement with top-tier financial institutions in benchmarking business and strategic capabilities across leadership, commercial, retail and transaction finance, financial markets, risk management, financial technology, and wealth management. Kapfer joined The Asian Banker in 2014 and was responsible for starting many of the company's research programmes, such as Excellence in Retail Financial Services, AB 500 Strongest Banks Ranking and Working Groups.
Muhammad Usama oversees the forums business at TAB Global, including its subsidiaries The Asian Banker, Wealth & Society, RadioFinance, The Banking Academy and TheSkillStore. His team is responsible for organising, developing and executing programs for the company’s wide range of innovation tours, training programs, seminars, roundtables and conferences for financial services industry across Asia, Middle East & Africa regions. Before joining the company in 2012, Usama worked in retail banking sector for more than 07 years.