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Judo Bank Appoints New COO

Judo Bank Appoints New COO

(9 April 2021 – Australia) Judo Bank has announced Lisa Frazier as its new technology and innovation driven chief operations officer (COO).

Ms Frazier joins Judo Bank from her position as chief innovation officer at US bank Wells Fargo and takes over from co-founder and CFO Chris Bayliss, who took on the COO role as an interim position. Before that role, she held senior positions at Australian online currency exchange and payments company OFX, as an advisory board member at US investment fintech Jacobi, as an advisory board member of ANZ Group and as chief digital officer and executive general manager, digital channels, at CBA.

“Lisa has a strong digital, artificial intelligence and technology background, which is a perfect fit for Judo’s growth plans. Judo was built in the cloud, and now as it continues to grow and further develop products and services, technology remains a key enabler of this strategy and growth” Judo Bank said in a statement.

“Lisa’s impressive mix of experience and track record of success in the US and in Australia across the financial services, media, telecom, technology and energy industries will help Judo further support our customers to ensure they receive the funding they need and service they deserve. Given her strong tech background, Lisa’s COO role includes an emphasis on technology, especially data and AI” the statement added.

“I am excited to be joining the talented team and leveraging my expertise in technology, customer experience design, data and artificial intelligence in support of Judo’s goal to make life easier and simpler for customers” Ms Frazier commented on her appointment.

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