Razer Fintech appoints Lim Siong-Guan as member of advisory board

Razer Fintech has appointed Lim Siong-Guan as a member of its advisory board.

Lim had recently served an adviser on the executive committee for GIC group, the sovereign wealth fund established by the Singapore government. He also served as the group president of GIC from 2007 to 2016. Prior to that, Lim served as a board member of the Monetary Authority of Singapore and as chairman of the Singapore Economic Development Board, where he focused on enhancing Singapore’s position as a global business centre and as a critical hub in the global supply chain.

“I am a firm believer in Razer Fintech’s strategy and vision of addressing the unmet needs of underserved people, particularly the youth and the millennials who are the future consumers of the world, through technology and product innovation,” said Lim.

“Razer is a home-grown company that has achieved worldwide traction within such a short span of time, and I am very excited to be able to contribute to Razer Fintech’s global expansion journey.”

Razer Fintech is a financial technology arm of Razer. Established in April 2018, Razer Fintech has become one of the largest O2O (offline-to-online) digital payment networks in Southeast Asia and has processed over billions of dollars in total payment value.

“With Lim coming on board, we will be able to leverage his extensive experience and network in the global financial markets to scale up and successfully execute on our strategic roadmap,” said Tan Min-Liang, co-Founder and CEO of Razer.


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