Mohamad Hafidz Steps up as Acting CEO of airasia Super AppMarch 15, 2023 0 comments
airasia Super App has appointed Mohamad Hafidz Mohd Fadzil (Mo) as acting CEO to succeed Amanda Woo who will be stepping down, effective 1 April.
Once he steps into his new role, Mo will continue to drive the platform’s fintech vision that will further help to boost the Super App’s choices for its users and bring more revenue to the business.
Mo Hafidz joined AirAsia in June 2019 and is currently the Chief Fintech Officer for the airasia Super App.
With nearly 30 years in the payments industry, Mo has assisted in shaping regulatory policies in several regional markets and has been a strong advocate for payments innovation and security in the Asia Pacific Region.
The appointment follows the recent leadership transition announcement at airasia Digital, which include the subsidiaries, airasia Super App and BigPay.
Colin Currie, who takes on dual roles as airasia Digital’s Chief Executive Officer and President, Commercial of Capital A will lead the effort to forge a closer collaboration between airasia Super App and BigPay to create a better user experience in travel and payment for the users within the Capital A ecosystem.
Colin Currie, commented in his capacity as CEO of airasia Digital,
“Amanda leaves the CEO role with a very effective team, led by Mo. We are confident that he brings a broad set of skills with a proven track record of driving strategic change and growth in fintech, product management and partnership engagements across the region. Mo’s goal will be to transform airasia Super App from a predominantly AirAsia-based app to Asia-wide travel app competing with the likes of Traveloka and Grab.”
Mohamad Hafidz (Mo), upcoming Acting CEO of airasia Super App said,
“My immediate priority will be to continue the vision for airasia Super App and fintech through closer collaboration with Capital A’s other lines of business, including BigPay.
I also look forward to growing and developing airasia Super App as a one-stop shop for travel, driving conversion for hotels and flights, including non-AirAsia flights.”
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