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Aggregation manager joins Rubik

Aggregation manager joins Rubik

ASX-listed fintech provider Rubik Financial has continued to bolster its senior leadership team with the appointment of a new national account manager for mortgages.

Jay Ellis steps into the role from PLAN Australia, where he was most recently the strategic partnerships manager, and also worked as the aggregator’s BDM for Victoria.

Prior to that, Mr Ellis worked as the training facilitator for the Podium Broker Portal at Advantedge.

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Rubik CEO Iain Dunstan said Mr Ellis’ intimate understanding of mortgage brokers’ needs and the technology to support them will be a massive benefit to the fintech provider.

“Importantly, his experience in training delivery is critical to our clients as we continue to expand the number of clients and broker networks using Rubik technology,” he said.

Rubik’s mortgage clients include ANZ, Vow Financial, RAMS, Loan Market and Astute.

Mr Ellis will be based at Rubik’s Melbourne office.

The appointment for Mr Ellis comes after former Westpac New Zealand CEO Peter Clare joined Rubik’s board as a director earlier this month.

[Related: Rubik appoints new HR chief]

Aggregation manager joins Rubik
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