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Johnston appointed as first member of NexPay advisory board

Updated: May 21, 2021

NexPay Pty Ltd is proud to announce David Johnstone as the first member of the company’s newly-established advisory board.

Johnstone has more than 35 years of experience having successfully started, owned and operated a wide range of businesses, with a particular interest in companies which are advancing technology. His background includes national and international experience in tech start ups, selling, licensing, merging and acquiring businesses, arranging funding for management buy outs and driving the successful listing of companies on the London and Australian Stock Exchanges. David is Chair of Envirosuite (ASX:EVS) that specialises in ground-breaking environmental monitoring. Additionally, he has qualifications in accounting and business management and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

“With David's vast corporate and M&A experience, NexPay will hugely benefit from his strong global senior network and leadership perspective,” said Piew Yap, NexPay CEO.

“I have observed the dedication of the NexPay team and the resilience of the business in these COVID-19 challenging times," said Johnstone. "NexPay has worked very hard in positioning itself during the last twelve months, which will serve it well for the expected post-Covid-19 return and movement of international students globally. I look forward to assisting NexPay executing on its growth plans.”


NexPay Pty Ltd is an expert global education payment company headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with offices around the world. NexPay provides secure, simple, and speedy international education payment options that save students, agents, and institutions time and money.

With NexPay, clients can create and receive international payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week through the online portal. Payments are generated in the user’s local currency and quickly arrive to the agent or institution fully reconciled with no surprise fees or shortage due to exchange rate fluctuations.

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