Meet the Change Makers

How 7 bank CEOs are leading on transformation

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About the

Starting with Peter Lock who blends the rich history of a 145 year old institution with the latest technologies, this ebook ranges all the way to Steve Weston and Alex Twigg, who recently started with blank sheets to build two of Australia’s youngest banks.

Despite the diversity however, humility, curiosity and learning are some common themes that emerge from their stories of reinvention.

We are grateful to each of our leaders for their willingness to contribute their stories, and delighted to share them with you. Our hope is that the stories and insights from these 7 outstanding leaders will inspire you as you lead your own teams through this unique year and beyond.

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“We think reinvention is often this big, grand, explosive new thing; often, it’s a series of small things and often it’s subtle.”

Paul Lewis, CEO, Credit Union Australia

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“What I say to everybody is technology is not the place to start. Customer proposition
is the place to start.”

Alex Twigg, CEO, Judo Bank

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“We’ve been prepared to step into risk, recognising that we’re potentially trailblazing in some areas with what we’re doing.”

Scott Morgan, CEO, Greater Bank

Discover how Backbase helped Greater Bank’s reinvention journey to become Australia’s ‘most trustworthy bank

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