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  • Judo Capital (JDO) shakes up its leadership team, moving current Chief Financial Officer Chris Bayliss into the Chief Relationship Officer (CRO) role
  • The new appointment sees current CRO Angelo Moro resign, after having held the position for nearly 18 months
  • Current General Manager of Finance and Corporate Development Andrew Leslie will now step up into the CFO position
  • JDO shares are down 0.81 per cent and trading at $1.23 at market close

Small to medium-sized business bank Judo Capital (JDO) has seen a few key changes to its leadership team, including a new Chief Financial Officer and Chief Relationship Officer.

Current Deputy CEO Chris Bayliss will step sideways from his additional role as Chief Financial Officer and into the role of Chief Relationship Officer (CRO), while still holding onto the deputy CEO position.

Current CRO Angelo Moro has chosen to resign from the company following the loss of his role, having only held the position since June last year, prior to JDO’s IPO in October.

Meanwhile, the company has appointed current General Manager of Finance and Corporate Development Andrew Leslie as its new CFO.

“Both Chris and Andrew are outstanding executives who bring a wealth of industry experience to their new roles,” Judo founder and CEO Joseph Healy said.

“These appointments also demonstrate the depth of talent we have within our leadership
team, and our culture of developing our people.”

JDO shares were down 0.81 per cent and trading at $1.23 at market close.

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