RDC Strengthens Operations in China with New Senior Appointments
Kevin Ku named as Managing Director Greater China, Martin Meng as Head of Risk for the China Area
SYDNEY, Australia – May 2019 – Rich Data Corporation (RDC), a global Fintech delivering an AI-powered digital lending SaaS platform for SMEs and consumers, has appointed two new leadership team members in the Greater China area as a response to the company’s continued growth within the critical Chinese market.
Kevin Ku and Martin Meng join the expanding RDC China team to drive new business and strengthen existing operations in the region. The Greater China region is a core focus for RDC, as the sub-prime and near-prime credit markets continue to grow in size and significance.
Mr Ku will serve as Managing Director for the Greater China Area, responsible for leading RDC’s growth in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He will also seek out new business opportunities and solutions that help meet the needs of RDC’s existing clients in the region.
Mr Ku brings more than 20 years of experience with Chinese banks to the RDC team, having most recently served as Vice President & Managing Director of the Greater China Area at Diebold Nixdorf.
Mr Meng joins RDC as Head of Risk for China, spearheading RDC’s credit risk function and client delivery in the region. In this role, Meng will oversee regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management operations, working work closely with the RDC’s clients to identify opportunities for credit risk reduction in support of their strategic plans.
Prior to this, Meng was responsible for the global financial risk function across China for Fullerton Bank, and has also held a number of executive positions at multiple banks across China.
Ada Guan, CEO of RDC, added, “Both Kevin and Martin are highly experienced and respected in the market. I am confident that they’re proven track records, knowledge and expertise will help us enhance our overall market position in China and the surrounding region.”
Both Ku and Meng will be stationed in RDC’s Shenzhen office in China.