Peter Leong

Head of Information Technology, APAC and Group, Petronas Lubricants International

With over 28+ years of working experience, Peter Leong started his career in Banking and Finance. Subsequently with over 25 years in IT mainly in the Shared Services, Financial Services and 7+ years in Oil/Petroleum and Gas and Chemicals/Manufacturing Industry in a Regional/Global IT Management role.

Having strong People, Leadership and Team Management skills, Resources and Talent Development as well as Management of Stakeholders, Relationship, Service Delivery, and Account Management; he has been in the Senior Management team since 2010 and has link with Gartner and CIO World for Technology solutions.

For IT, he has 20+ years in Data Center/System/Enterprise Ops and Support role with combination of Application (Banking/Cards/SAP) and Infrastructure including Data Center Migration/Relocation/Consolidation, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, SDLC, SLA, SoW, Vendor Management and Senior Stakeholders Management.

With over 15+ years of Team/People Management and Budget Management in Application (Banking/Bankcard and SAP) and Infrastructure Teams. About 20 years of Business Process Improvements (BPI), Continuous Change Improvement (CI), Projects and Program Management, Procurement RFI + RFP Process, IT Roadmap and Architecture Strategy.

Some Main Achievements include Data Center Relocation/Migration/Consolidation at Citibank, Scope/SCB and iPerintis/Petronas-ICT, Y2K Compliance, Operating Systems Upgrade, Application ownership from Hong Kong into Kuala Lumpur, Transformation Program, and Regional/Global Program such as Regional Rewards, Global Voice Program, Office365, Office New/Relocations set-up for IT Infrastructure and Application, Video Conferencing Systems. Leading Digitalisation, IoTs and Data Analytics initiatives. Panel speaker for CIO/IDC Conference, Security and WAN Summit.

MBA from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) UK, Lead Auditor Certified in ISO/IEC 27001 ISMS, Yellow Belt and COBIT5 certified, attended KPI, CMMi, ITIL and PMP trainings; pursuing his DBA program.