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Tyro names new director

 

tryoTyro Payments has appointed Rebecca Dee-Bradbury to its board of directors.

Dee-Bradbury is a member of the Federal Government’s Asian Century Strategic Advisory Board and was recently named winner of the 2013 Board and Management Woman section of the AFR Women of Influence Awards.

Dee-Bradbury is currently president of developed markets APAC for Mondelēz (Kraft and Cadbury Foods), a position she will step down from on March 7.

Dee-Bradbury led Mondelēz through a stage of transformational change and great opportunity.

Prior to joining Kraft Foods at the start of 2010, she managed the Global Barbeques Galore Retail business, vastly growing the organisation. Previously, she held senior positions within a number of global entities including Maxxium, a global spirits and wine distributor, where she led and grew the business as CEO for the Asia Pacific region.

“Tyro is very excited to have Rebecca Dee-Bradbury join our Board. Rebecca brings with her a wealth of experience. She is an outstanding businesswoman with an impressive corporate career ranging from consumer marketing through tough restructuring success to visionary innovation and growth experiences,” Tyro Payments chairman, Kerry Roxburgh, said

“Rebecca shares Tyro’s passion for helping Australia’s small and medium business community (SMEs) compete in the marketplace.

“Tyro will greatly benefit from her wealth of knowledge and corporate experience. I believe she’s a perfect match with Tyro’s DNA,” said Roxburgh.

Tyro is one of Australia’s fastest growing businesses, processing more than $5 billion in credit and debit card transaction per year for more than 9000 small and medium businesses. It processes more than half of Medicare Australia’s rebates through the Australian debit card system.

Dee-Bradbury said her appointment was a great opportunity to join an inspiring company such asTyro and to bring innovative financial services and banking solutions to Australia’s SMEs.

“I’m an advocate for innovation and am passionate about creating pathways for SMEs to prosper,” Dee-Bradbury said.

“This was a key consideration in my decision to join Tyro and I very much look forward to my new role.”

The Tyro Payments Board includes non-executive directors Kerry Roxburgh, Mike Cannon-Brookes, Rob Ferguson, Paul Rickard, and Jost Stollmann as MD and CEO.

 

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