Our Executives

Dennis Chang
Executive Vice President, Division President, Greater China, Mastercard

As executive vice president and division president of Greater China, Dennis Chang oversees business development and operations across Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Taiwan, and Mongolia markets. With the objective of driving the organization’s strategy, fostering novel and mutually beneficial collaborations with banks, businesses and digital players, Dennis leads a diverse team of amazingly talents to provide products and services that meet the market’s demands, and generate market growth and share.

As an advocate of diversity and sustainability, Dennis ensures they stay on top of the agenda and proactively take actions to promote a sustainable business strategy to deliver on Mastercard DEI priorities across the region.

Dennis brings close to three decades of extensive experience in the payments technology, banking, finance and airline industries in the Greater China markets. In his previous role as executive vice president and division president of China, Dennis maintained a laser focus on growing the company’s business in the market, where his depth of knowledge of the industry and new technologies, married with his flair for forming unique collaborations and partnerships, have been recognized for the development of groundbreaking innovations within China’s burgeoning payment landscape.

Prior to his tenure as division president of China, Dennis served as head of Market Development for Greater China, and general manager of China, where he played a leading role in driving the online and mobile payment businesses, and promoting usage and acceptance across markets. Before joining Mastercard, he worked in leadership positions at Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, ANZ, Bank of Communications and HSBC, where he held various roles in credit card, retail banking, marketing, trade services, and commercial banking. Dennis started his career in China Eastern Airlines.

Dennis lives in Hong Kong with his wife and two children.