MasterCard International has named Allan Tse as vice-president of member relations in China. Prior to this appointment, Mr Tse served as chief representative of MasterCard in China. He will be responsible for promoting MasterCard's brand, maintaining relationships with members and guiding MasterCard's leading market position in China. Mr Tse joined MasterCard International in March 1986 and is a founder member of the Hong Kong office. He has more than 28 years' experience in the credit card business and has worked in all aspects of the industry, including customer service, member relations, credit collections and business development.Mail and document processing systems provider, Pitney Bowes, has appointed Robert Laban as vice-president of Asian operations. Mr Laban has extensive experience marketing Pitney Bowes' products in Europe and Latin America and has been involved in Asia for the past 20 years. He will be responsible for managing the company's direct operations, joint ventures and exclusive dealerships throughout Asia and also developing new strategies.Patrick Fung has been elected chairman of the Wing Hang Bank Group following the retirement of Tsang Wing-hong. Mr Fung, son of the bank's late founder Y.K. Fung, joined the bank in 1976. He was appointed a director in 1980 and chief executive in March 1992. Mr Fung is a director and chairman of numerous subsidiaries within the group and has also been a director of Miramar Hotel and Investment Company since 1985. He is also deputy chairman of the Council of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a member of the dean's advisory council of the Faculty of Management, University of Toronto, and a member of the Town Planning Appeal Board.Electrical engineering firm ABB has named Louis Cheung as vice-president of project and trade financing of ABB Asia Pacific, which has its regional headquarters in Hong Kong. Mr Cheung has been working in the Hong Kong banking industry for more than 20 years and has held various key positions in world-class financial institutions, including Mitsubishi and Nomura. He specialises in arranging export credit, project lending, structured finance and capital market issues. Before joining ABB, Mr Cheung was an associate director of Standard Chartered Bank, having spent eight years in its Structured Trade Finance Group (London) and China division.Bonnie Tse has joined Peregrine Asset Management (Hong Kong) as marketing manager. She will report to the director, George Chan, who has overall responsibility for business development, client relationships and product development. Ms Tse will be responsible for the promotion of investment services to various institutions and pension fund clients.