300cubits is a blockchain initiative relieving the $23B pain points of the $150B container shipping industry through creation of a crypto currency called TEU and integration of industry process with Ethereum blockchain.
Jonathan Lee is a Banking and Finance professional who spent over 20 years of his career with private, commercial and investment banks. In the last 4 years, he held managerial positions with 2 European private banks, namely UBP and Coutts & Co, overseeing Asian Treasury, Trading and Dealing functions. He was the Head and Deputy Head of Treasury in 2 Chinese commercial banks, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank and China Construction Bank, respectively for 5 years. Prior to that, he developed his diverse banking competence in various functions, including sales trader, settlement operation and risk management in Bank of NY Mellon, Standard Chartered Bank, JP Morgan and the clearing house of HK Futures Exchange over 13 years. He had unique experience in setting up the Treasury, Trading and Dealing functions for newly established banks, e.g. UBP and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank in 2016 and 2010 respectively, in Hong Kong. Jonathan graduated from HKUST and holds qualifications of CFA, FRM and CFP.
Johnson came from a traditional shipping background where he spent the first seven years of his career with Maersk Line in Denmark, Brazil and China before working for Hutchison Port Holdings as an Investment Manager specialized in acquiring and negotiating port concessions in the Middle East region. Johnson’s last assignment with Maersk was the eCommerce project at the headquarters, where he provided business logic for the development of Maersk Line’s on-line platform, similar to our TEU Ecosystem. Moving from industry to the finance world, he was the regional shipping analyst at JP Morgan and then a senior shipping analyst for Tufton Oceanic, the largest shipping hedge fund, before joining Jefferies as their Head of Regional Transport and Industrials Research for the Asia Pacific region. Johnson is a graduate of Maersk Shipping Academy and HKUST, and holds an INSEAD MBA.
David has over 20 years of experiences in managing private equity and infrastructure investment funds, and previously managed a $1 billion ship and aircraft sale-and-leaseback portfolio. He currently serves as the independent investment committee member of the $1.2 billion IFC Global Infrastructure Fund. He spent 17 years with AIG Global Investment and retired in 2012 as President and CEO of AIG Capital Partners, overseeing a $7 billion portfolio of AIG sponsored PE/infrastructure funds in emerging markets. Prior to joining AIG in 1995, Mr. Yeung was Vice President of Bell Canada Ventures, engaging in technology investment in North America. Prior to that, he managed a $1 billion large ticket lease financing operation for Xerox Canada focusing on ship and aircraft leasing. Mr. Yeung is a Certified Public Accountant of the State of Indiana and a Chartered Accountant of Ontario. He received an MBA degree in Finance from University of Chicago and a B. Sc degree in Marketing from Indiana University.
Kai Lung Hui is a Chair Professor in the Department of Information Systems, Business Statistics, and Operations Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). His research interests include information privacy and security, IT policy, FinTech, and electronic commerce. His research has been published in scholarly journals including Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, and Journal of MIS, among others. He is currently serving as a senior editor for Information Systems Research and an editorial board member for Journal of MIS, two of the top information systems journals. Professor Hui has provided expert advice and consulting services on copyright and digital piracy to various government and non-government organizations. He frequently speaks in conferences and forums on digital piracy, information privacy and security, FinTech, and technology policy. Professor Hui has taught undergraduate, MSc, MBA, EMBA, PhD, and executive courses. He obtained his BBA and PhD degrees from HKUST.