U Win Lwin
MD, International Banking Division KBZ Bank Limited
Win Lwin joined Kanbawza Bank in August 2015 as Deputy Managing Director and Head of International Banking Division (IBD) to manage overall service delivery for Trade Finance, Financial Institutions, Foreign Remittance, Corporate Advisory, Cash Management, Treasury and Trust Operations for developing deep, strategic partnerships with the company’s top, most complex regional and global institutional clients to deliver long-term value and capabilities to drive revenue and company image across businesses and geographies. He is currently the Treasurer of KBZ Bank and holding Managing Director position and Head of Transaction Banking as well.
Win Lwin also actively involved with developing new and existing structured financial Instruments and transformation projects with industry leaders to improve Myanmar capital markets and structured finance industry. He is also responsible for overseeing continuous improvements to business processes reengineering and procedure/policy changes.
Win Lwin has more than 20 years of working experience in financial banking sector especially in global structured finance and fixed income products, collateral administration, document custody, corporate trust, portfolio management, trade support and treasury management.
In the past, Win Lwin has worked for UBS Investment Bank, Wachovia Securities, Bank of New York Mellon, and International Finance Corporation IFC, the World Bank Group.
In addition, Win Lwin has participated in US Federal Government financial stabilization programs: TARP, PPIP, TALF, MAIDEN LANE II & III as well as Canadian Government Master Asset Vehicles: MAV I, II & III Programs.
Win Lwin is one of the active Editorial Board members at the Myanmar Economic Forum: MEF, an Economic focus Public Policy Thinktank, responsible for the shaping the subject matter editorial agenda of monthly Economic Development and Outlook Discussions along with all Economic engagement initiatives in Myanmar.
Win Lwin is also the founding member of Board of Supervisors at Asian Financial Cooperation Association commonly known as AFCA, a regional non-governmental and non-profit organization devoted to building an exchange and cooperation platform for Asian financial institutions, strengthening exchanges among regional financial institutions and financial resources integration, jointly safeguarding regional financial stability, and supporting the development of real economy in the region.