Podcast: Bank To The Future: Joseph Healy, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Judo Bank (Ep 9)
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- 04 August 2020, 4:15 PM
In episode 9 of the Bank to the future podcast series, I spoke with Joseph Healy, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Judo Bank.
Judo have raised in excess of $700m since inception to grow their tech led SME bank and to build out their team to focus on SME business banking relationships.
Joseph talks about their due diligence processes, the COVID-19 pandemic and their subsequent response, how they assess SME customers as well as their plans to continue to grow alongside businesses and to assist during tougher times.
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