Mr. Kim began his career as a trader of sophisticated financial derivatives for JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch. At 24 he was made the Head Trader of Merrill Lynch's global USD Fixed-Income Swap Group, then the largest derivatives trading desk in the world. After leading the group to a series of #1 rankings by both institutional clients and competing investment banks, Mr. Kim moved to London to manage the European Fixed-Income Swap Group for Merrill. At 27 Mr. Kim joined the hedge fund Tiger Management, then the largest in the world, where he was responsible for all trading in Asia. He left Tiger in 1999 to found Bamboo and has been the driving force and vision behind the company. Mr. Kim has been widely recognized as one of the founding figures in the Chinese Offshore Software Outsourcing industry and has been interviewed in numerous international television, newspaper, and magazine features. Mr. Kim double majored in Finance and Decision Sciences at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Group Operations Director and Global Head of Partnerships
Ms. Li has more than 20 years’ experience in IT industry with a successful track record of delivering high quality projects to Fortune 500 clients in Asia Pacific and USA regions. She specializes in scaling up technology organizations by combining her expertise in project management, quality system management, operations management, business development, and partnerships.
Ms. Li has transformed multiple departments of Bamboo by taking different responsibilities such as Head of PMO, USA Business Unit offshore center, China Business Unit, and Operations Department. She has delivered multiple projects to global clients such as P&G, IBM, HaiNan Airlines, Sensitech & Crown Worldwide etc. by combining her project management experience with people skills and ability to solve business problems.
Ms. Li is acting as Group Operations Director and is in charge of formulating & deploying the marketing, business development, and operations strategy in line with Bamboo’s overall strategic objectives. Additionally, she also acts as Global Head of Partnership to drive product and service offerings through suitable partnership to help customers achieve digital transformation.
Head of Design BU
Tina Luo began her career with Bamboo Technology in 1993. She has worked in multiple departments in the company having been in charge of the personnel department, the administration department and the finance department. In 2002, she moved to the Bamboo Design Company and formally began her advertising career. From 2002 to 2012, Ms. Luo served as a client manager for many well-known brands including Bright Diary, Mead Johnson, AmWay and Midea. In 2013, Tina Luo was promoted to head of Bamboo Design Business Unit, taking charge of daily operation of the Bamboo Design Company. Every year, the Design Company continues to grow at a rate of not less than two digits.
Vice President of Software Delivery
Mr. Bahri began his career with Accenture, where he served in many different key roles. Including leading the operations team for a significantly large project for Telstra. In parallel he was also a lecturer at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (R.M.I.T) teaching subjects such as Advance Distributed Network Programming. Prior to joining Bamboo he worked at FOXTEL Australia in different technical roles and managed a team of in-house developers and external consultants. He has 24 years of experience in the IT industry, with a wide range of experience in delivering different types of software projects. He has extensive experience managing teams and clients of different ethnic backgrounds with a keen focus on delivery and client satisfaction.
Head of China BU
Edmund Chan has more than 20 years in the IT industry with extensive CRM, ERP, and Digital Transformation implementation experience, successfully delivering multiple large and complex development projects. Chan began his career working on mission critical enterprise applications for AT&T and Wells Fargo Bank. He specialized in dissecting complex business issues, crafting creative, cost-efficient, oftentimes iterative IT solutions that directly impacted the bottom line. In his role as Head of China Business Unit, Chan fosters an environment of high performance teamwork and ensures that strategy is clearly defined while overseeing performance and maintaining morale.