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Razer Fintech appoints Koh Boon Hwee to its Board of Advisors

RazerRazer Fintech, one of the largest offline-to-online digital payment networks in Southeast Asia, has appointed Koh Boon Hwee as a member of Razer Fintech’s Advisory Board. He will join Lim Siong Guan as an advisor to Razer Fintech.

Koh was formerly the Chairman of DBS Bank. He has also served as Chairman of Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited and is the Chairman of global technology companies, Agilent Technology Inc., AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. and Sunningdale Tech Ltd. He had previously served on the board of Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited.

He is also currently the Chairman of Credence Capital, a private equity fund focused on investing in SMEs in Southeast Asia.

“With the move of regulators to liberalise banking including the grant of digital bank licenses, we are excited to have Mr. Koh on board as our esteemed advisor as we seek to rollout our digital payments solutions and explore the development and launch of digital banking platforms in Singapore and globally. Mr. Koh’s extensive experience and proven track record as an entrepreneur and corporate leader at some of the leading companies in the world will help us greatly in driving our growth strategy and addressing financial inclusivity and diversity across all markets,” said Min-Liang Tan, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Razer Inc.

Razer Fintech, the financial technology arm of Razer Inc., is poised to leverage on the vast experience and network of its advisors as it embarks on its next phase of growth, which includes the extension of its digital payments platform into the broader financial services sector via digital banking solutions, it said in a statement.

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