Raymond Ng, Revolut Singapore CEO

Revolut names new Singapore chief

The new CEO brings with him 20 years in the mobile, payment and travel tech experience.

Revolut has appointed Raymond Ng as its new Singapore CEO.

The appointment follows Revolut recently announcing the launch of its crypto products in Singapore. According to Revolut, its customer base in Singapore has grown 6-fold since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its revenue run rate has more than doubled in the past 12 months.

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Prior to joining Revolut, Ng was the Chief Commercial Officer at Liquid Group Pte. Ltd., a leading payment network company, overseeing the product and business development and global expansion. He also previously held senior executive roles with large global corporations such as Microsoft, Visa and MasterCard as well as with tech startups.

With 20 years of experience in the payments space, Ng will focus on leading and building the next chapter of Revolut's expansion in Singapore, developing and implementing the local business strategy.

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