January 10, 2022
Payble, the payment solution start-up backed by Commonwealth Bank’s x15ventures and Identitii, has announced the appointment of Jon White.
Working as a Co-founder alongside Elliott Donazzan, Jon White will lead Payble’s product and strategy.
Jon joins Payble from BPAY Group, where he held the role of Head of Product and Experience.
Commenting on the appointment, Elliott Donazzan, Managing Director and Co-founder stated:
I’m thrilled to be strengthening the founding team. Joining me as a Co-founder, Jon’s appointment is pivotal in our growth strategy and will support us in our mission to reduce the number of failed payments in Australia.
Jon is an accomplished Product Leader with an extensive knowledge of digital financial services. He has a wealth of experience launching and scaling new products and services and will drive growth of Payble.
At BPAY Group, Jon was responsible for the launch and growth of the BPAY Payments API program that transformed the product proposition, and supported the growth of Osko, an overlay service on the New Payments Platform (NPP). Jon has previously held senior roles at Macquarie Bank.
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