TranSwap Readies Malaysia Launch With Seasoned Financial Services Exec Appointed As Malaysia Country Head

Singapore-based cross-border payments platform TranSwap is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Surinder Singh as Country Head of Malaysia, ahead of the launch into their fourth market. This move is part of TranSwap’s strategic plans to continue providing small and medium-sized enterprises and e-commerce businesses with a secure, convenient and cost-effective cross-border payments solution, to fuel their growth in Asia and beyond. TranSwap currently operates in Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

 

Based in the Malaysia office to spearhead the country’s operations, Mr. Surinder brings with him more than a decade of experience in the financial services sector, spanning across different business functions including payments, cash management, trade service and working capital management (Financial Supply Chain and Factoring Management). Before joining TranSwap, Mr. Surinder held senior management roles including Head of Transaction Banking at Kuwait Finance House, where he played an instrumental role in the success of digital transformation efforts and contributed to their e-payments initiatives. Mr. Surinder was also Global Head of the Request Management Services department at Standard Chartered Global Business Services and Head of Global Transaction Services at Hong Leong Bank.

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