Our Team

AMK’s shareholders appoint the Board of Directors who is responsible for the overall governance and strategic guidance of the institution. The Board of Directors have broad expertise in areas such as auditing, Cambodian law, management, human resource development, microfinance, and extensive experience in commercial banking. At present, AMK’s governance consists of eight non-executive Directors in addition to the CEO, who is the management representative on the Board.

AMK MFI has formed five committees that report to the Board, and these committees are: 

Board of Directors

JOHN CON-SING YUNG
Director, Chairman of the Board of Director, Member of Social Performance Committee (SPC) and Member of RNCG

JOHN CON-SING YUNG is currently Board member, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, Ltd, in charge of IT, Oversea expansion, Mainland China Business, and Three Shanghai Bank cooperation. He also holds several key positions on behalf of the Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank subsidiaries and affiliated companies. John started his career at Chase Manhattan Bank in Hong Kong as a management trainee, ending his time there as a manager in the Credit Card Risk Management Department. After Chase, John spent time starting up Shenzhen Concord, a JV investment company between Canadian Eastern Finance and the Shenzhen Government. For the next decade, John focused on building IT and Telecommunication businesses in the Asia Pacific Region before joining the Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, Ltd. He received his AB and MBA degree from the University of Chicago. 

KEA BORANN
Director and CEO

Borann brings a keen insight and a wealth of experience from his over 20 years experience in leadership roles within the financial sector, including being Finance Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Deputy CEO. Having been with AMK since 2004, he was appointed as Chief Executive Officer in 2012 and has led the organization through its development since. Borann also holds a position as director in institutions such as the Association of Banks in Cambodia, Cambodia Microfinance Association, and Credit Bureau Cambodia. Borann holds a BBA in Finance and Accounting. He received ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Accreditation and was accepted as an ACCA member in 2008.

TIP JANVIBOL
Director and Chairperson of RNCG

Dr. Tip Janvibol, founder and senior managing partner of Tip & Partner, brings over 20 years of legal experience to the Board of Directors of AMK. He is a licensed attorney and member of the Cambodian Bar Association. Dr. Tip effectively leads both small and large-scale transactions involving both individual and corporate clients while managing and overseeing the implementation of the law and related legal issues.
In prior years, Dr. Tip worked in both the public and private sectors as a consultant and legal adviser for private enterprises, government institutions, international agencies including International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC), UNICEF, World Bank, and United Nations.
He holds a Doctorate Degree (PhD) from California Coast University, Master’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, Bachelor’s degree from University of Maine, Presque Isle, and numerous legal training certificates, including ones from The Hague Academy of International Law, Legal and Judicial Cooperation of JICA, and United Nations.

HENG SEIDA
Director, Chairperson of AFC and Member of BRC

Seida is a certified public accountant, an active member of Kampuchea Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Auditors (KICPAA), a fellow member of Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), UK, and a certified internal auditor from USA. She also holds a Bachelor Degree in Accounting. Seida has over 19 years of experience in auditing and financial management. She is the Managing Partner of FII & Associates, responsible for the overall operations of the firm, acts as the signing partner and ensures the high quality of services provided with due professionalism. Seida had been elected and served as Vice President and President of KICPAA from 2012-2015 and 2015 -2020, respectively. Prior to this, Seida was a financial management specialist with the World Bank for a period of 5 years and was Audit Manager with one of the big 4 auditing firms for a period of 6 years in the audit and advisory services in Cambodia and Malaysia.

FANG-HUI HSIEH
Director, Member of AFC and Member of B. ALCO  

Ms. Fang-Hui Hsieh has been mainly in charge of debt management, Legal affairs, and compliance, and also responsible for AML/CFT since 2015. She was also appointed by SCSB as directors of related companies. For the past decade, she has been actively involved in the affairs of The Bankers Association of The Republic of China (BAROC) and The Trust Association of the Republic of China (TAROC). She currently serves as the chairman of Regulations and Disciplinary Committee of the TAROC, and a member of Financial Regulations and Disciplinary Committee of the BAROC.

WEI-KUO YEN
Director, Chairperson of B. ALCO and Member of BRC

Mr. WEI-KUO YEN obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Arts in Economics from Fu Jen Catholic University in 1984 and then pursuing his Master of Science in Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the USA after the first few years in the banking business. Mr. WEI-KUO YEN started his career as a Deputy Executive Vice President and Head of Treasury Department, in charge of funding, trading, proprietary securities investment and all other treasury business of the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd. Later, he was transferred to lead the trust department and took care of all trust businesses in the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd. as a Deputy Executive Vice President and Head of Trust Department, in charge of overseeing all trust business of the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd. After his exposure of trust business, he was again transferred to HQ’s strategic planning department, taking care of strategic planning issues as well as overseeing overseas subsidiaries. He is currently serving as an Executive Vice President of the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd., headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, taking charge of risk management and also overseeing all operation centers throughout the country. He has had experiences in banking sector for over 30 (thirty) years. 

RU-HUNG WEI 
Director, Member of BRC and Member of B. ALCO

RU-HUNG WEI is currently Deputy Executive Vice President, Overseas Regional Manager of the Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, Ltd, in charge of Overseas Branches, including Singapore, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. He served the Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, Ltd over 29 years with the various position including Import, Export, Foreign Exchange and Credit Investigation. He received his BBA degree from Soochow University and an MBA degree from the University of New Haven.

BLANDINE CLAUDIA MARIE PONS
Director and Chairperson of SPC

Dina is Incofin East Asia Regional Director and Social Performance Manager, based in Phnom Penh Cambodia. She also sits at the BOD of the Social Performance Task Force (SPTF) and co-chairs the Social Investors Working group. Dina manages a portfolio of USD 80 million, serving more than a dozen financial service-providers across East Asia. Previous to joining Incofin, Dina lived in the Philippines, where she worked as a senior analyst for the microfinance specialized rating agency Planet Rating.Dina also lived in China, and she was part of the team which set up MicroCred Nanchong in Sichuan. She also led capacity-building projects.

FRANCES SINHA
Member of SPC

Frances Sinha’s career in development consultancy spans 30 years of hands-on engagement with financial inclusion. A graduate from Oxford University and the London School of Economics, UK, she has been based in India, where she co-founded M-CRIL as a specialist rating agency. She has been a lead consultant for the Social Performance Task Force and the MicroCredit Summit Campaign, contributing to standards for social reporting, social performance management, outcomes management, pro-poor financial inclusion, and client protection. Her work profile has also included program evaluations and impact assessments in India and throughout Asia. 

Executive Team

KEA BORANN
Chief Executive Officer

Borann brings a keen insight and a wealth of experience from his over 20 years experience in leadership roles within the financial sector, including being Finance Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Deputy CEO. Having been with AMK since 2004, he was appointed as Chief Executive Officer in 2012 and has led the organization through its development since. Borann also holds a position as director in institutions such as the Association of Banks in Cambodia, Cambodia Microfinance Association, and Credit Bureau Cambodia. Borann holds a BBA in Finance and Accounting. He received ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Accreditation and was accepted as an ACCA member in 2008.

HUOT SOKHA
Chief Commercial Business Officer

Sokha joined AMK as Chief Commercial Business Officer in 2012. He has more than 20 years of experience in international trading, marketing management, product development, sales management and business planning within FMCG, Microfinance and Banking industry. Sokha also worked as a consultant for some projects in microfinance product development and savings mobilization in Cambodian rural areas for ADB and a microfinance project managed by GRET/CEDAC. Sokha holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Marketing from MVU University and received an MBA from Charles Sturt University of Australia. He also did a post-graduate study on Finance Development Program at NAROPA University, USA.

SUON PISEY
Chief Retail Business Officer

Pisey joined AMK in 2009 as Regional Manager and he was promoted to Head of Credit department in 2012. In 2017, he was promoted to Chief Retail Business Officer where he oversaw AMK’s retail business operation including credit operation, deposit, money transfer service, and micro-insurance business. Pisey has over fifteen years of experience in the microfinance sector with solid skills in business operations, audit, product development, and branch management. He has attended several training courses related to microfinance both local and international programs. He holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business management from a local university.

SOK KOSAL
Chief Information Officer

Kosal joined AMK in April 2015 as Chief Information Officer. He has more than 14 years of experience in IT career, moving from IT support level to a senior IT manager in many multinational companies. This had been a long journey where lots of challenges and changes have happened and have been adapted successfully. Kosal holds a Master’s Degree in IT Management from INNOTECH-CBAM.

LUCAS R MORO
Chief Finance Officer

Lucas joined AMK as Chief Financial Officer in 2020.  He has over 15 years of professional accounting experience across retail, manufacturing, professional services, government and non-government organisations.  Lucas has held senior finance roles in both Australia and Cambodia, including as Group Reporting Manager at an ASX listed company in Australia and as CFO at an international manufacturer in Cambodia. Lucas has been a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA) since 2011 and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the Queensland University of Technology.