Podcast – Bank To The Future: Matt Baxby, CEO of Revolut Australia (Ep 4)
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- 14 July 2020, 4:15 PM
In episode 4 of the Bank to the future podcast series, I sit down with Matt Baxby, CEO of Revolut Australia.
Matt was formerly group CFO of BOQ (ASX:BOQ) before taking up the role as local CEO of Revolut Australia in Feb 2020.
Matt talks about why Revolut is entering the Australian market, the competitive landscape within Banking here in Australia as well as some of the technological trends that are being progressed due to social distancing and the impact of COVID-19.
Matt also talks about Revolut’s recent raising of $500m USD to expand their global growth.
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