(YorkPedia Editorial):- Brisbane, May 6, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Paul Hanks, the former Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of the UK’s Atom bank has now stepped up as CTO of DayTek Capital, as the business gears up to launch ‘Infinity’, a unique, product disruptive, Australian bank. Paul has already been supporting the business as a Technology Advisor, for the past 5 months.
Mr Hanks said of his new role,
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“These past 5 months have been fantastic. The DayTek team is incredibly experienced and credible, and I have really connected with them. What we are building is something I have not witnessed in the banking sector before and it is refreshing to see the boundaries being pushed to enable Retail and SME customers to be better served. This is going to raise the bar as to what customers will expect from their banks going forward.”
A seasoned and respected banking technology heavyweight, Mr Hanks has held a series of high-profile positions, including, interim CIO of Fiserv Agiliti, lead design architect for the front-office separation of Lloyds Banking Group to form TSB, Director within the FSBU at Capgemini, and CTO at Beneficial Bank (now part of HSBC). During his tenure at Atom bank, Mr Hanks was responsible for the technical and business architectures of the bank, taking the design from its inception through to mobilisation and operational launch.
Will Banks, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DayTek Capital said,
“By Paul stepping up as CTO, we know our technology is in a very experienced and safe pair of hands. His track record speaks for itself and thus we thrilled he has joined the exec team.”
Infinity has already generated great interest in Australia, with the federal government offering assistance in support of the venture. Trade & Investment Queensland, the Queensland Government’s dedicated global business promotion agency, is also supporting Infinity and its potential to create skilled jobs in Queensland.
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