Hany Fam
Hany Fam

Hany Fam

EVP Enterprise Partnerships, Mastercard


Hany A. Fam is executive vice president, Enterprise Partnerships, at Mastercard. In this role, he is responsible for the identification of key partnerships and development of enterprise solutions for large eco-systems such as smart cities, B2B travel and trade.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Fam held a number of senior positions at Mastercard including, president, UK & Ireland Markets where he was responsible for overall oversight, management and the strategic direction.

Mr. Fam's previous roles at Mastercard include senior vice president and global head of the Household International Business Unit, and senior vice president, Sales and Business Development for Mastercard Asia/Pacific.

Before joining MasterCard, Mr. Fam launched the consulting business of Edgar Dunn & Company in Asia/Pacific, a high-end financial services, e-business and general management practice, with offices in San Francisco, London, Atlanta, and Sydney. Mr. Fam also held the position of Deputy CEO of Cashcard Australia Limited, the largest EFT and ATM network in Australia.

Prior to this, Mr. Fam was the chief technology officer for Toshiba International's Power Division in Australia. For a period of five years prior to that Mr. Fam was a nuclear physicist at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, where he participated in the development of the first particle accelerator built in Australia for medical research purposes.

Mr. Fam is an associate fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, a full member of the Australian Institute of Banking, a member and practicing professional of the Australian Computing Society, and an accredited member of The Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine.

Mr. Fam has earned a Master of Business Administration degree, a Master's degree in Banking and Finance and a Graduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance, all from the University of Technology, Sydney. His undergraduate studies include a Bachelor of Science degree from Macquarie University, Sydney, and a diploma in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the Sydney College of Technical Education.