Jerry Ngo joins Delta Capita as Vice Chairman of Asian operations

16 September 2020 2 min. read
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Delta Capita has appointed a new Vice Chairman for its Asian operation: Jerry Ngo.

With over 25 years of financial services industry experience under his belt, Ngo is tasked with driving Delta Capita's growth ambition in Asia, and will in the capacity work closely together with Head of Asia Michèle Colenso. The firm serves the region from its bases in Singapore and Hong Kong. 

“I am excited to be joining Delta Capita to help build and enable financial institutions in light of new technologies, regulations and the challenges of an ever-dynamic competitive landscape,” said Singapore-based Ngo.

Jerry Ngo, Vice Chairman Asia, Delta CapitaPrior to joining Delta Capita, a professional services firm dedicated to the financial services industry, Ngo was Chief Financial Officer at Indonesian investment firm Saratoga Investama Sedaya, and before that he was the Wholesale Banking Head for ANZ Bank Indonesia and Managing Director for Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia at Standard Chartered Bank. 

Earlier in his career, Ngo held various roles in product management, sales management, and operations with Citibank in South Korea, Singapore and the Philippines. 

“Jerry has significant leadership experience in client relationship management, investment and portfolio management, private equity, corporate governance, banking operations & technology, and treasury,” said Joe Channer, CEO of Delta Capita. “His regional expertise and leadership experience will be critical in helping Delta Capita extend its solutions and services across Asia.”

The firm’s solutions revolve around four offerings; management consulting, project delivery, technology, and managed services. The combination of these services enables the firm to help its clients “comply with regulations, simplify operations, reduce costs and innovate their business models and leverage leading fintechs,” said Channer. 

London-headquartered Delta Capita also has a venturing arm, backed by Prytek Holdings, a Singapore-based investment group that acquired a stake in Delta Capita in March this year.