President and Chairman – TelUPay PLC
President and Director – TelUPay (Philippines), Inc.
Director of Global Business Development –TelUPay Solutions Limited
Mr. Romero-Salas is TelUPay's managing Director for Global Business. He served in various international executive capacities including Latin America and Asia. He was the Country General Manager of TNT Express. Prior to that, he held various international positions such as Vice President for Business Development of International Container Terminal Service and managed various privatization projects in Brazil and Argentina. He served as National Chief Executive of SGS del Peru, a subsidiary of Societe Generale de Surveillance, the world's largest inspection, testing and quality control company. He was also part of Aboitiz Equity Ventures, a conglomerate involved in power, banking and transportation. Mr. Romero-Salas plays major roles in the following corporations:
He is also active in various institutions. He is a director, and until recently, was the president of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines. He is currently a member of the board of the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines.
Mr. Romero-Salas is a graduate of the De La Salle University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Management Engineering. He completed a post graduate degree in MBA at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. Likewise, he has participated in various advanced management courses such as the International Executive Management Program of Stanford and the TNT Executive Management program at the University of Warwick.
CEO – TelUPay PLC
Mr. Ansell, co-founder and Director of TelUPay, brings a wealth of business and high tech experience to the company. Mr. Ansell was the primary architect responsible for the overall design of TelUPay's mobile banking technology. As a technologist and a business graduate, Mr. Ansell recognized that the mobile banking industry was going to be one of the largest emerging industries over the next 10 years and has, with his team of technologists, created the next generation of mobile banking technology leveraging TelUPay as one of the key leaders in this compelling industry.
Mr. Ansell has been actively involved in numerous high tech start-ups over the last 15 years developing numerous new businesses ranging from the online health aggregator to an Internet payment technology company. Mr. Ansell invented the original concept for the Internet payment company in the late 1990's and later managed its strategic Telco partnerships across North America. Mr. Ansell and his partners raised more than US $135 million to build the company to over 200 employees before he left the company to develop other business opportunities.
Mr. Ansell graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and completed a two-year Electronics Technology program at DeVry Institute of Technology.
Director – TelUPay PLC
Has 27 years of International Merchant banking experience as well as extensive knowledge in the " going public process ". Has been involved in Mega fund raising projects in the Sudan and China. Has taken numerous US companies through the IPO process ( Jewett Cameron Trading Company, United Collision Centers of America, Amtronics Inc. ) primarily listing in Canada. Most recently was Senior Advisor for Primeline Energy Corporation an Oil and Gas company with significant assets in the East China Sea raising them $25 million. He has also been consulting for companies in China interested in going public in North America,)
Director – TelUPay PLC, TelUPay (ME.) FZE., and TelUPay (Philippines) Inc.
Mr. Hernandez, director and co-founder of TeluPay, has largely been involved in establishing and managing various companies ranging from engineering design, software development and construction. Previously, Mr. Hernandez was the President and CEO of X-Eye Solutions Inc, a solution provider for the security & surveillance industry. Mr. Hernandez was also the Chairman of Macro Machinery & Industrial Supply Inc., a mechanical engineering design group and a manufacturer's representative for the Philippine market.
He graduated from the University of the Philippines with a degree in Industrial Engineering.
Director – TelUPay (Philippines), Inc.
Adrian Ocampo has 6 year experience in managing an IT company. He is one of the founders who helped build up Qspan Technologies Limited in 2008, an IT company with mobile banking as its main core product. He also handled operations and IT management for Qspan. In 2004, Adrian established Arowai IT Solutions, Inc., an IT company that specializes in customized software development. He has served the JCI Makati Philippines for three years as member for the board of directors and vice-president. Adrian also had experience spearheading a fitness and wellness organization. He also had experience with business process outsourcing.
Director – TelUPay (Philippines), Inc.
Ms. Rosette Carrillo has notable experience and expertise in the fields of sectoral analysis and development, global business relations, project management, advocacy and policy review. Prior to her post in TelUPay, Ms. Carrillo was engaged in business development for a private group with investment and business interests in various industries, she was charged with strategic planning and management for four years. She has also managed the business development and advocacy relations for Litton Mills, Inc., with representations made in ASEAN and in the US.
Ms. Carrillo was the Philippine Associate Director for the Confederation of Garment Exporters of the Philippines (CONGEP), where she handled industry technical development, strategic partnership and advocacy programs supporting sectoral growth. She has also worked as the Chief of Corporate Planning for the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), with previous years engaged in integrated industry development projects and international marketing/trade promotions, organized and coordinated in alliance with local and international private and government stakeholders, including foreign funding agencies.