Digital payment company Visa has appointed Adeline Kim as its country manager for Singapore and Brunei, taking over the role from Kunal Chatterjee, who will become the company’s head of innovation for the Asia-Pacific region.
Kim has spent over 10 years at Visa in several leadership roles. Most recently, she was head of data solutions for Asia-Pacific based in Singapore, and was responsible for leading the strategy, prioritization, development and delivery of the company’s data solutions, including open data, digital identity, risk solutions and data products.
Kim has in-depth knowledge of the company’s business, products and strategy, it notes, having also been the head of products and solutions for Southeast Asia, and head of consumer solutions for Asia-Pacific. She is extremely familiar with the Singapore market, where she helmed several leadership roles at Citibank Singapore, United Overseas Bank and the Singapore Tourism Board, where she started her career.
“Kim brings a great depth of industry experience and is a proven leader who has strong relationships with many of our clients and employees in the market,” says Serene Gay, the company’s group country manager for Southeast Asia. “She is uniquely positioned to lead the team and support our clients.”