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Australia’s Judo Bank appoints Chris Bayliss as new CEO and managing director


  • Judo Bank, an Australian SME-focused challenger bank, has appointed Chris Bayliss as its new CEO and managing director, effective March 19, 2024.
  • Bayliss, the former deputy CEO and chief relationship officer, succeeds Joseph Healy, who is stepping down after a seven-year tenure as CEO.
  • Healy will continue to serve as an advisor to guide Bayliss during the transition period until June 28, 2024.
  • Bayliss co-founded Judo and brings extensive experience from roles at Standard Chartered Bank and National Australia Bank.
  • The bank recently onboarded Backbase’s Engagement Banking Platform as part of its growth strategy.

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