Revenue Group appoints Danny Leong Kah Chern as group CEO

KUALA LUMPUR: E-payment solutions provider, Revenue Group Bhd has appointed Danny Leong Kah Chern as group chief executive officer (CEO) effective Jan 6.

Leong, 51, has more than 28 years of experience where he led and steered the growth of companies across Asean from various industries.

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Prior to joining Revenue, Leong built a successful career, having served as the group CEO for GHL Systems Bhd and Cuscapi Bhd as well as the co-founder of Adeptis Solutions Sdn Bhd.

Managing director Datuk Eddie Ng Chee Siong said: “Revenue has up to now been entrepreneur-led. However, as a main-market company with great prospects and still a long growth journey ahead, it is high time that we pass the baton to the professionals to elevate the group to the next level.”

“Given Leong’s track record, execution skills as well as expertise, particularly in payments and technology-related sectors, he is just the right person to lead the management team in driving Revenue forward.”

On Wednesday, Revenue announced that the executive functions of Ng Shih Chiow and Ng Shih Fang have been suspended with immediate effect pending further investigation over certain complaints against them.

Shih Chiow is the executive director and group chief operating officer while Shih Fang is the executive director and group chief technology officer.

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