Finacity snaps up Tay to lead Asia Pacific origination

Working capital financier Finacity has hired Daisy Tay as director of origination for Asia Pacific, a new role for the firm.

Tay joins from Wells Fargo, where she had been for the last six years as senior vice-president, head of operations, international operations. Her previous experience includes two years at Westpac as director of Asia trade sales and nearly 20 years at Bank of America, where she served in a number of roles, including regional head and senior product manager of global trade and supply chain solutions.

At Finacity she reports to Adrian Katz, president of the company, and remains based in Singapore.

“My focus will be to bring innovative working capital solutions to companies in Asia Pacific,” Tay tells GTR. “Finacity has proven strengths in the region, having facilitated impressive securitisations such as a US$550mn financing for Neptune Orient Lines. I am very excited about the opportunities and challenges ahead.”

Read more at GTR.

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