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Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson

Associate Director, Transformation Program Management

KPMG Australia

With more than 15 years' experience in financial services, Scott joined the KPMG Australia Payment Advisory team. He is the recognised specialist in card and mobile payment ecosystems having contributed and lead the development and market adoption of a global payment scheme’s interoperable mobile offering in targeted regions and countries. He has experience in advising clients on the commercialisation effort required in launching and scaling their card, wallet, digital, mobile or loyalty payment programs and products.

Scott also has experiences in developing business/operating models and business cases aimed at enabling multi-organisational and multi-location transformational change.

Scott has worked on various Visa projects relating to business and product development as well as commercialisation. This involved proving, implementation, and post-launch support to both issuing and acquiring banks which involved designing and establishing new products, internal pricing strategies and financial models in order to establish mobile payment ecosystems. 

He has lead strategic engagements with both banking and mobile network operator (MNOs) clients with the objective of delivering an end-to-end assessment of the current offering and the recommendations for improvement including customer experience, product development/feature enhancements, pricing, distribution network, process efficiency and acceptance network.

Areas of expertise
Advisory Assurance Audit Banking Customer Revenue Growth Customer relationship management Digital engagement Financial Services Management Consulting Payments
Education and qualifications
  • Administration (MBA) – University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business, South Africa (2010)

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) – Rhodes University, South Africa (2001)

  • Bachelor of Commerce – Rhodes University, South Africa (2000)

  • Patent: System and methods for management of payee information (PCT/IB2015/057604)

Professional involvement
  • Australian Computer Society (ACS) – ICT Business Analyst

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