Chicago – 12/18/19 – Judo Bank, Australia’s first neobank, is now live on GTreasury to support its growing Treasury and Reporting requirements. GTreasury, a modern SaaS treasury management system (TMS), is a market leader in digital transformation for integrated treasury and risk management.
“Judo Bank was looking for a TMS provider that met our requirements for the growing balance sheet and extensive internal/external reporting requirements. The ability to automate many of the day-to-day processes was paramount in our selection of GTreasury, as well as its strong track record in the sector,” says Michael Heath.
Using GTreasury’s sophisticated SaaS treasury management system, Judo Bank investments, debt lines, risk reporting and asset management.
“Judo Bank is the leading Australian neobank and is a financial house of excellence facilitating the expansion and modernization of digital banking in Australia” says Ross Atkinson, Director of Client Services at GTreasury.
Judo Bank has been granted a full banking license by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), to become Australia’s first challenger bank solely dedicated to small and medium-size business lending.
Judo Bank values are underpinned by a company-wide commitment to the Banking and Finance Oath with the motive to bring back the craft of relationship banking to transform banking for Australia’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SME).
For more information, visit www.judo.bank
GTreasury is the leading innovator of integrated SaaS treasury and risk management solutions for the digital treasury organization. Using GTreasury’s modern technology platform, treasury organizations can configure any combination of Cash Management, Payments, Financial Instruments, Accounting, Banking, Risk Management, and Hedge Accounting into one integrated SaaS solution. Having acquired Sydney-based Visual Risk, GTreasury’s global footprint now spans North America, EMEA and APAC, with headquarters in Chicago. GTreasury is backed by San Francisco-based growth equity firm, Mainsail Partners.