Hamish Moline has been named Managing Director, Financial Services at ShopBack, Asia’s premier shopping and rewards platform.
Hamish will be in charge of driving the development and launch of commerce-related financial services under the ShopBack brand, based at the ShopBack Group headquarters in Singapore. Hamish joins the Group’s leadership team with over 25 years of extensive leadership experience.
In a statement, Hamish said he is “extremely excited by the opportunity ahead for ShopBack.
“The idea of bringing together sophisticated marketing services and a scaled demand generation engine with new financial services is very powerful and generates true value for merchants and consumers, he explained.
Hamish added that this will enhance ShopBack’s mission to make shopping better, every day.
He is thankful that he can bring his experience in the area of digital payments which is seen to continuously experience rapid growth throughout Asia.
Previously, Hamish was Chief Commercial Officer and Managing Director, Asia, and Global Payments at ASX-listed Zip Co Limited, where he led the company’s expansion into the global payments ecosystem and established important partnerships to help merchants grow quickly.
Prior to that, he worked with Visa, PayPal, and eBay, among other global financial services and ecommerce behemoths.
Hamish joins ShopBack at a critical juncture in the company’s development. ShopBack completed its acquisition of premier BNPL platform hoolah in December 2021, marking its first move into the financial services market.
Henry Chan, Co-founder and CEO of ShopBack Group, said the addition of financial services to the company’s shopping platform, and leveraging on Hamish’s domain expertise and market knowledge, places the Group in a position where it is poised to be the growth partner of choice for thousands of merchants across the Asia-Pacific.
This month, nearly 2,000 participating retailers in Singapore will launch ShopBack Pay, a new product that allows customers to pay with multiple digital wallets while stacking incentives. Over 10,000 online and in-store merchant partners across Asia-Pacific contributed over $3.5 billion in yearly sales to the Group in 2021.
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