Lendi Group appoints Fintech executive Travis Tyler as Chief Product Officer

Lendi Group appoints Fintech executive Travis Tyler as Chief Product Officer

Lendi Group announced the appointment of Travis Tyler as Chief Product Officer (CPO). Travis will start with the Group on 30 January reporting to Lendi Group’s CEO David Hyman.

Travis is a highly regarded industry Fintech executive who brings a wealth of experience to Lendi Group. He joins Lendi Group from Zip Co where he was Chief Product Officer. Prior to that he was Chief Product & Marketing Officer at neobank 86400 which included being a part of the founding team that resulted in a successful acquisition by NAB.

Travis also holds 20 years of banking experience with Westpac and St.George Bank.

CEO David Hyman said Travis Tyler is highly respected Fintech executive who will bring a wealth of knowledge and leadership to the group, growing Lendi Group’s customer, product and innovation agenda.

“As a group our mission is steadfast and unchanged in that we are committed to changing the way Australian’s experience property lending.

“This involves a growing and heavy investment in both product innovation and technology in order to cement our unique position in market, transforming lending for both customers, our brands and our brokers.”

Travis Tyler said the move is an extremely proud one for his career, playing a critical role in one of Australia’s fastest growing Fintechs.

“Lendi’s industry leading technology has nearly a decade of growth, being one of the original disruptors in the banking and finance industry.

“Now the Group is entering an even more exciting phase, continuing to pave the way for lending simplicity in Australia. The evolution of the Lendi technology is creating a home loan platform that not only best serves customers but will also continue to evolve the way brokers do business both now and into the future.”

Tylers appointment follows the recent departure of founding partner Mark Kalajzich, while founding partner Martin Lam will remain with the Group until 30 June this year, overseeing the successful delivery of Aussie brokers transitioning onto Lendi’s industry leading online home loan platform.