Podcast: Bank to the future – Scott Eddington, APAC Managing Director of WorldRemit (Ep 33)

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03 December 2020, 10:30 AM

In episode 33 of Bank to the future, we sit down with Scott Eddington, MD – APAC at WorldRemit.

Scott walks us through the history and origins of WorldRemit and how they are building out a presence here in Australia and the Asia Pacific.

Scott also talks about their product suite, the reasons and purposes on why they exist and some high-level data on how important remittance is on various levels.

Scott also talks about 2020 and the year that was and some common trends.

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From July 1, 2020 Open Banking in Australia is now active. To document this change, as well as other current and future trends in banking and payments, Morgans Financial is launching the “Bank to the future”, podcast series. This podcast is designed to educate investors by profiling and introducing companies and individuals within the digital and traditional banking landscape, payments, lenders, Buy now pay later (BNPL) and many other partners within the domestic and global ecosystem. Click on the 'Podcast' tag in the menu to the right to listen to the most recent interviews. Please contact your nearest Morgans office for more information.

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