Our Team

Our Management Team

Nay Aung Founder and CEO

Oway CEO Nay Aung brings along global business best practices and deep online and payment product management experience from top Silicon Valley establishments. Nay started his career at Blue Lithium, a well known online advertising start-up which was later acquired by Yahoo! and then spent 4 years at Google’s HQ at Mountain View.

Nay was an early member of Google Wallet Product team – an online payment system for Google Products and next joined the Business Strategy and Operations group at Google (an internal consulting group). Post Google, Nay took up the Director of Product Management’s position at leading cloud services provider Saba Software.

After growing up in Myanmar, Nay pursued education abroad and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Economics from the University of Arizona, a Master’s in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Master’s in Management from Stanford University.

Heang Chhor

Heang Chhor has served the top management of large international companies whose businesses span a range of industries, with a particular focus on consumer goods and retail. In the past 20 years, he has supported several international consumer goods and retail companies in Europe and Asia on restructuring, organization and growth-oriented topics.

Heang has co-led the McKinsey Global Institute's latest research effort on the future of the Myanmar economy. The Myanmar report, due for release at the end of May 2013, is designed to make a contribution to the discussion about Myanmar's economy in the next 10-20 years, and offer useful insights to leaders of the public, private and social sectors – both within Myanmar and the international community.

Teruhide Sato

Teruhide ‘Teru’ Sato is an investor with a difference. He is a serial entrepreneur with an enviable track record in building businesses from scratch, and then taking them to public markets.

Teru started his first venture in 1997, a joint venture with Softbank and Cybercash, and then BEENOS (formerly Netprice), one of the biggest Japanese conglomerates, which has its fingers in the pies of e-commerce, marketplace, and payment, etc. in 1999. Both companies went public, and then he went on to head BEENOS..