Chief Executive Officer
Brad has accumulated a wealth of knowledge over nearly two decades working with some of the world’s most successful payment companies, including Intuit, PayPal, and Visa. As Intuit’s VP of Marketing, Brad led the go-to-market team responsible for the US QuickBooks Online revenue and customer outcomes. His responsibilities included the strategy, sales, marketing, and general business operations for the QuickBooks Online portfolio. Prior to this role, Brad served as Intuit’s VP of Asia-Pacific and Global Operations, driving business growth in critical international markets. He also served as PayPal’s Head of Merchant Services, Asia-Pacific and Visa’s Director of Consumer and Emerging Products for Australia and New Zealand, among other roles at the two companies.
Strategic Projects and Co-Founder
Alon has 25 years of experience in senior management positions for leading credit card and insurance companies in Israel and Brazil. He was previously the CEO of Supersal Finance, Ltd., the leading issuer of Visa co-branded cards in Israel; the CEO of Europe Assistance Israel, Ltd., a multinational assistance group and subsidiary of the Generali Insurance Cooperation; and was the Executive Director at the Brazilian leading credit card subsidiary of Itau-Unibanco, one of the three largest banks in Brazil. It was during his time in Brazil that Alon came up with the idea of starting his own company, Splitit.
Spiro has over 28 years of international experience in banking, capital markets, and corporate finance, and, until recently, worked at National Australia Bank. He has been an active Australian representative of various G20 business advisory taskforces including membership of the Financing Growth, Trade and Investment, and SME B20 Taskforces. Spiro chairs a public unlisted company, Indrasync, which has developed a world leading patented wireless lighting technology for commercial buildings and is currently the Non-Executive Chairman of Atlas Iron Limited (previously listed on the ASX).
With over 20 years of senior management experience building market leading IT solutions at global electronic payments techonology leading, Ingenico, Thierry brings with him a broad executive skill set that spans M&A, product diversification, business development and marketing, as well as his strong sales and technical background. He was most recently President/Managing Director of Ingenico North America and then CEO Advisor & Consultant. Thierry was recently appointed as a Non-Executive Director at ASX listed TZ Limited (TZL: ASX).
Dawn has been a global business leader for major retailers and wholesale companies for over 30 years, developing and executing new strategies and has successfully sold Myer Department Stores and Avenue, a large-size women’s 450-store chain. She is currently serving on three boards: a private equity-backed company, a second stage start up online service company, and Theatre East, an up-and-coming theatre company in New York City. Dawn is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of Women in the Boardroom, New York, NY, a Fellow of Chief Executive Women, Australia, and a Fellow of the Advisory Board Architects, Denvor, CO.
Mark is an independent consultant with 30 years of experience in payments and information services. Over half of his career was spent working for Visa, with his final role (December 2018) as Chief Commercial Officer, responsible for leading all client facing teams in all European markets (23 countries). Mark has been based in a number of different markets, including Italy, where he worked for Applied Communications, a leader in payment card services, EFT, and banking systems and software; and in France, where he worked for Equifax Europe, a leader in consumer and commercial credit reporting and data analytics.
Jan Oliver Koelble is currently the Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of Clade & Co., a FinTech platform for family offices and institutional debt investors, where he oversees operations, product and business development. Prior to founding Clade, he worked at Credit Suisse in several senior operational and investment management positions for the bank in both New York and Zurich. Most recently, Mr Koelble served as the Chief Operating Officer for financial products in Credit Suisse’s Private Banking Americas division and managed Credit Suisse’s Swiss Custody Advisory business. Before joining Credit Suisse in New York, Mr Koelble was based in Zurich and worked in the bank’s Private Advisor group.