Mai Linh corporation, the most popular taxi brand in Vietnam has appointed Rahn Wood, CEO of the company to become its Vice-chairman, in charge of business.
Rahn Wood joined the company in February, 2020 as the new Chief executive officer, with the new decision to appointed Rahn Wood as the new Vice-chairman in charge of business is part of its transformation plan, focus on improve the management board to further improve the business in general. The company states in its website on Wednesday.
“I’m very honored to be entrusted with this new position by Mr. Ho Huy, the Chairman of Mai Linh corporation. With this new position, we have plan and set in motion the remodeling project and soon undertaking action in order to help Mai Linh reach new height”. Rahn Wood said at the inauguration ceremony.
Rahn Wood is an internationally experienced executive with over 30 years of achievements in Retail & Digital Banking, Cards, Investment Banking and Payments. He has performed executive roles at some of the most prestigious financial institutions including HSBC (Australia, Hong Kong & Singapore), Vietnam International Bank, Techcombank, Saudi British Bank, Macquarie Bank, MasterCard and ANZ Bank.
Throughout his career, he has authored, and in many cases implemented, a large range of strategic change programs and startups.
Founded in 1993, Mai Linh corporation is the most popular taxi brand in Vietnam with cabs in all 63 provinces, 4 major islands including most tourism destinations. In addition to their longstanding reputation for the safety and quality of their services they also offer a diverse range of transportation-related propositions such as travel, vehicle repairs and maintenance.