Over the past decade, Wong has helped to structure several investment funds which focused on agriculture, real estate, infrastructure and wine. Wong also worked in capital markets and wealth management in Asia for Allen & Gledhill, Arfat Selvam & Gunasingham, the Tan Kok Quan Partnership as well as Deutsche Bank and the French law firm Cotty Vivant Marchisia and Lauzeral.
"We couldn't be more thrilled to have such an esteemed individual as Ms. Angela Wong as our chief corporate strategist,” said Edwin Ng, KinerjaPay’s CEO, in a statement.
The American company which started in Indonesia is ready to grow its Southeast Asian digital payments and micro-loans businesses while evaluating potential acquisitions over the next 12 months.
KinerjaPay’s services include the company’s KinerjaPay IP digital payments and e-wallet system (KPAY) and KinerjaFund (KFUND) microloan service. KinerjaPay’s focus is on regions with large un-banked and under-banked populations, and areas with minimal use of traditional credit cards.
KinerjaPay slipped $0.04 cents to hit $0.55 in morning trade Friday.
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