Split Payments welcomes two industry leaders to our Advisory Board in 2020. 

Split Payments are delighted to announce two strategic appointments in 2020 that bring an incredible amount of experience and industrial strength to the business to help drive our growth and partnership opportunities in the year ahead. We look forward to delivering world-class solutions and best-practice standards with their guidance and mentorship.

Simon Warner

Simon Warner brings more than 20 years of international experience to Split’s advisory board table, having held senior management & board roles in the banking sector, and with leading payments & online accounting companies.

He is also a highly regarded entrepreneur, having founded POLi Payments in 2005, which was later acquired by Australia Post. Simon has also been involved with several other successful business ventures.

Ultimately, Simon has a unique vision for the future of online payments & financial services, with an ability to identify new trends and drive core business strategy. Spit are excited to have Simon join our advisory board in 2020.

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Karina Kwan

Karina has had an impressive career as a senior banking executive with Commonwealth Bank and Citi, where she held positions including Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Financial Controller over more than 15 years.

Karina has extensive global experience in working with regulators and credit rating agencies, together with strong corporate governance leadership having been the Chair of the AU Institutional Bank’s New Product Risk Committee for 10 years.

Now an Adjunct Professor, Discipline of Finance, at the University of Sydney Business School, Karina holds various advisory and Non-Executive Director roles across an impressive portfolio of companies, including Split Payments.

We are delighted to have someone of such strong calibre help drive Split’s regulatory and compliance obligations, and warmly welcome Karina to Split’s Advisory Board in 2020.

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