Household Capital appoints Chief Technology Officer
Household Capital, an independent, specialist retirement funding provider, has announced three new marketing and technology hires including Matt Chalmers as chief technology officer.
In this role, Chalmers will be focused on developing a technology strategy and roadmap for the firm, as well as "building a technology platform that is scalable, insightful, and serves the needs of senior Australians," Household Capital said.
Chalmers previously spent more than a decade at IRESS, followed by roles with a number of fintech start-ups.
He will be joined at Household Capital by fellow new-recruit Brenton Kaitler as manager of program & platform.
In welcoming them both, Josh Funder, Household Capital’s CEO said that each "has deep experience in the fintech sector and will be able to provide thought leadership and support to the Household Capital executive through their respective industry experience and insight.”
Also joining the team is Mario Garrido as chief marketing officer.
Chief Technology Officer