Pecutus is led by a team of data scientist, neuropsychologist and branding specialist with the aim of transforming travel money management through technology innovations.
Victor Yip is in charge of the strategy development and product management of the Company. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and previously worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as an Assistant Vice President. Victor graduated with first class honors from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Global Business and Economics. In 2015, he received the Chevening Scholarship to study at University College London where he obtained a Master of Science degree with Distinction in Business Analytics with specialization in Computer Science. He has worked as a data scientist for multiple London-based technology start-ups engaging into the development of machine learning and AI algorithms.
Edward Leung manages the business development and partner relations of the Company. He previously worked in a consumer product manufacturing company in China engaging in business development and new project development. Edward graduated from the Oxford University in Physiological Sciences and also holds a Master of Science degree with Distinction from the University College London with a major in Organizational Analysis and Business Psychology. He is the co-founder of Hong Kong Little Dream Lighters - a community service initiative launched by a group of Oxford University students. Edward is a winner of the Google Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Program in 2014.
Cynthia Cheung oversees the branding and steers the sustainability development of the Company. Not only did she excelled in her corporate roles in PwC (HK) and Vodafone Global Enterprise (UK), she also founded several social initiatives in the UK and Myanmar. Cynthia is a winner of the Google Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Program in 2014. She graduated from the University of Bath (UK) in Business Administration, and self-taught front-end development to craft stunning websites for international clients while working for a web-development agency. Cynthia is now at the United Nations, consulting APAC governments on youth social innovation.