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NAB Alipay

NAB will soon accept Alipay as a payment method through its point-of-sale terminals as part of a new deal between the two finance companies. The bank announced today it is testing the Chinese payment method with a small group of its business merchant customers in November, before a wider roll

Tax and Duty Free at Sydney International Airport.

Australia’s business-only bank Tyro, announced it has gone live with its first merchant implementing Alipay, in an Australian banking first. Tax and duty-free retailer Heinemann Australia has introduced Alipay in its new stores at Gold Coast International Airport. Tyro signed a deal with Alipay in August 2018. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019 Outlook and Business

Mobile payment, eftpos, financial services, smartphone

Australian business-only bank Tyro has signed a deal with Alipay becoming the first bank down under to offer all-in-one EFTPOS solutions for the Chinese company. The partnership will allow more than 20,000 businesses using Tyro’s solution to accept payments via the popular Chinese app. Tyro says it is working with

Business-only bank Tyro will deliver an API platform designed to remove the complexities and expense of integrating multiple apps and point of sale (POS) systems, by providing a single integration solution. Expanding on its deep experience in payments integration with POS systems, Tyro’s platform will sit at the centre of a network that connects POS systems

Success,search, leader

SMB bank Tyro has concluded its search for a new leader, appointing the managing director of Tatts Group, Robbie Cooke, as its new CEO. It is expected that Cooke will join Tyro at the end of March 2018, upon conclusion of his current role with Tatts Group. Cooke takes over

Former Telstra Digital Executive Director Gerd Schenkel has resigned from his position of CEO of Tyro Payments after just eight months in the top job. In a statement published yesterday the company said Schenkel had chosen to leave the company to “focus on other business opportunities and spend more time

Joshua Walther and Gerd Schenkel

Tyro Payments has appointed Joshua Walther as the company’s Director of Sales to replace departing co-founder, Andrew Rothwell. Walther joins Tyro from ING Direct and has more than 18 years’ experience in financial services and management consulting with ING Direct, Aussie Home Loans, KPMG Consulting and Arthur Anderson Business Consulting.

Andrew Rothwell co-founder and head of sales of payments provider Tyro is leaving the organisation to join Data Republic as Chief Operating Officer effective May 23rd. Paul McCarney, Co-Founder and CEO of Data Republic, said they had been looking for someone with Rothwell’s expertise for a while. Sign up for