Ingo Money has named Dickson Chu to the board of directors.
Chu transitioned to the board after two years as the company's chief product officer, it said in a June 14 news release. In his new role he will continue serving as an advisor to the company's leadership regularly and formally.
Under his leadership Ingo has broadened its offerings beyond core risk management, founder and CEO Drew Edwards said in the release. He joined in 2014 "with a very specific mission to broaden our focus and market presence beyond our core risk management offerings," Edwards said, adding that Ingo has since "expanded our market share through product integrations and partnerships."
Ingo Money provides fast funding platforms for financial services' retail, corporate, banking and consumer needs.
Chu said it is "well-positioned to be the core fast funds, omni-channel account funding and push payments platform" for consumer-facing payments brands.
Before joining Ingo, Chu was most recently a principal advisor to emerging commerce and payments companies at consulting firm DCAdvisors. He has also worked at Citigroup as managing director of digital networks in the global enterprise payments business unit, where he helped launch its Google Wallet participation; and led product strategy, development and user experience as head of PayPal's global products and experience division.