FTAG’s vast business interests span across multiple sectors, including fintech, asset management, insurance and education in the Asia Pacific region.
We specialize in payment solutions, blockchain services, artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, intelligent trading systems as well as predictive analytics. Our core competency lies in our ability to maneuver quickly in the fast-evolving technological landscape and adapt to ever-changing demands.
Transforming the Digital Fabric of Our Future Economy
Having been at the frontiers of the Fintech revolution, innovative developments and independence of thought define us. FTAG is committed to developing key financial services technology and infrastructure that will elevate the quality of our digital daily lives. We pride ourselves as radical pioneers that will one day become the industry standard to emulate. We believe that innovations will transform the digital fabric of our future economy.
Our vision is to build a digital financial infrastructure that our future generations deserve.
LIM How Teck
Board of Advisory
Mr. Lim How Teck is a Chairman at NauticAWT Ltd., Cache Logistics Trust, an Associate at Australian Institute of Business, 33 Ventures Pte Ltd., Redwood International Pte Ltd., and at Singapore DTT Corp. Pte Ltd., a Chairman & Non-Executive Director at ARA LOGOS Logistics Trust Management Ltd., a Lead Independent Director at Raffles Education Corp. Ltd. and a Lead Independent Non-Executive Director at Rickmers Maritime.
From 1979 to 2005, he was with Neptune Orient Lines Ltd ("NOL") where he held various positions, including Executive Director, Group Chief Financial Officer, Group Chief Operating Officer and Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Lim also held directorships in various subsidiaries, associated companies and investment interests of NOL. Prior to joining NOL, he was with Coopers & Lybrand, an international accounting firm, and Plessey Singapore, a multinational trading and manufacturing company.
Mr. Lim holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from the National University of Singapore.
He also completed the Corporate Financial Management Course and Advanced Management Programme at the Harvard Graduate School of Business. In addition, he is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Certified Public Accountants Australia, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore and the Singapore Institute of Directors.
ONG Chee Keong
Board of Advisory
Chee Keong has over 15 years of extensive experience in the financial industry, having previously joined UOB Singapore as a Branch Manager and Vice President, and was also a Special Advisor to SOMA Group Cambodia and Senior Advisor of 33 Capital. He is currently Managing Partner at Helicap Investments, and is also the co-founder of Mind & Hand, founder of My Little Pumpkin International Preschool, and advisor of Genie Book.
Chee Keong is the Vice-Chairman of the PAP Pasir Ris Central Branch and Chairman of the Citizen Consultative Committee (CCC) of Pasir Ris Central. As an active community activist since 2008, he was conferred the Public Service Medal by the President of the Republic of Singapore in 2020.
With training and experience in both the public and private sectors, Chee Keong brings a holistic perspective and offers views on how these two spaces can work hand in hand to create both economic and societal values. Chee Keong graduated from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy with a Masters in Public Administration.
Board of Advisory
Ronald Wong is the Regional Head of Markets for Grab Express. He is responsible for driving business performance, market growth and efficiency for the Grab express business vertical. Ronald has taken key roles within Grab’s Offices including Country head of Cambodia and Head of Transport in Thailand where he managed the ride hailing business and supply solutions for express and food delivery services.
Prior to joining Grab, Ronald served as Country Head of Vietnam and Thailand for Ninja Van and played a key role in expanding their presence across asia booming ecommerce market. Ninja Van is Southeast Asia’s fastest growing last-mile logistics company, powering ecommerce and businesses with innovative delivery & transport solutions. Ronald also founded his own start up Bumbox, which provides automated e-locker solutions where its applications extended to the logistics and medical industries.
Ronald holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and MSc (Management) from University of Singapore. He holds a Master’s Degree in International Business from CEMS-The Global Alliance in Management Education and attended Harvard Business School’s Executive leadership program. He also served as a member of the Board of Directors for NUS Business School Alumni which seeks to strengthen Alumnis and corporate relations with NUS Business School and promote giving back to the community.