Podcast: Bank To The Future – Gerd Schenkel, Chairman of Credit Clear (Ep 11)
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- 12 August 2020, 9:35 AM
Gerd Schenkel has had a long serving career within financial services in Australia.
He was the founder of UBank (2008) in partnership at NAB, as well as the CEO of Tyro Payments (ASX:TYR) before becoming Chair of Credit Clear.
Gerd talks about what it was like to build a digital bank in 2008, his time at Tyro and the full APRA bank application process, the BNPL sector and the view that regional banks in Australia have a golden opportunity against the traditional banks when it comes to re-inventing themselves in to digital innovators.
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