JDO's Principal Activity is the provision of financial services, principally to small and medium-sized enterprises
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|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-1.12%|
|ASX Rank||171 of 2,313|
|Sector Rank||28 of 284|
Judo Capital Holdings Limited (JDO) is a Australia bank with a focus on lending to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Judo's product offering provides SME Customers with tailored lending solutions for their SME business needs. As at 30 September 2021, Judo had a loan book of $4.15 billion, funding the Australian SME sector through a commitment to relationship-centric lending.
No incorporation details available.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
|Mr David Stephenson Hornery||Co-Founder ,Non-Executive Director||Oct 2021||
Mr David Stephenson Hornery
Co-Founder ,Non-Executive Director
Mr Hornery has 35 years of working experience across some of Australia's investment and business banks. He was previously the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Judo. These include National Australia Bank as the Head of Corporate Institutional and Specialised Banking; ANZ, as their Global Head of Capital Markets, and then as CEO Asia spanning 13 countries across the region; and Macquarie Bank, as Global Head of Capital Markets. David has been a Board member of the Australian Financial Markets Association, and Chair of its Dealer Accreditation Taskforce. He has served as a Board member of the Asian Bankers Association and the European Australian Business Council. He currently chairs StudioTHI, in the not-for-profit sector.
|Ms Jennifer Anne Douglas||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2021||
Ms Jennifer Anne Douglas
Ms Douglas has over 25 years of experience in the technology and media sectors first as a lawyer and then executive before moving into board roles. She has experience in customer-centred thinking and use of technology and her executive roles included financial performance accountability and responsibility for customer experience at Telstra, and General Counsel and Head of Regulatory at Sensis. She is currently a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Risk Committee of GUD Holdings Ltd (ASX:GUD), a Non-Executive Director of Hansen Technologies Ltd (ASX:HSN) and a Non-Executive Director of Essential Energy. She is also a Non-Executive Director of St Kilda Football Club and Peter MacCallum Cancer Foundation, and a former Non-Executive Director of Opticomm Limited, Telstra SNP Monitoring, Family Life Inc and Pacific Access Superannuation Fund.
|Mr Malcolm Rowland McHutchison||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020||
Mr Malcolm Rowland McHutchison
Mr McHutchison has over 25 years of experience in business and financial services. He is currently the Group Chief Executive of Modern Star, Australia's education resources business. Prior to this, Malcolm was the Chief Executive of Interactive, one of Australia's IT services companies and prior to Interactive, Malcolm led the Macquarie Capital Asset Management function, responsible for the operating performance of equity investments across Australia, China and New Zealand. During this time, he served on several Boards, most notably Domino's Pizza China, Quadrant Energy and Mine Site Technology. Malcolm is a Shareholder Representative Director, representing Prince Issuer Designated Activity Company (an entity managed by Bain Capital Credit LP).
|Ms Manda Mari Trautwein||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2019||
Ms Manda Mari Trautwein
Ms Trautwein has over 22 years of experience as an accountant in public practice, with focus on advising SMEs. She is currently a Partner of William Buck in Sydney. Manda was previously the National Chair of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Business Valuation Community and an Adjunct Fellow at Macquarie University,where she lectured to postgraduate students in Applied Finance.
|Ms Mette Schepers||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2019||
Ms Mette Schepers
Ms Schepers has over 30 years of international experience in banking and professional services. Mette has held senior executive roles at Mercer, ANZ, Esanda and FleetPartners, and has extensive experience serving large corporates, small to medium businesses and retail customers. Prior to this, Mette worked internationally with PwC. Mette is currently a Board member of the Public Interest Journalism Initiative. Previously, Mette served on the boards of a various private and for-purpose companies, and a statutory authority.
|Mr John Arthur Fraser||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2018||
Mr John Arthur Fraser
Mr Fraser has more than 40 years of experience in leadership roles in economics, public policy, capital markets and asset management in Australia and overseas. He was Secretary to the Treasury from 2015 to 2018, serving as a member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, a member of the Australian Council of Financial Regulators and Chairman of the G20 Global Infrastructure Hub. John is currently on the Board of the Guardians of the Australian Future Fund and the Advisory Board of Accountability in New York and the Advisory Board of Credi Consulting in Sydney. He is also currently the Australian Observer for the G7 Panel on economic resilience. Prior to this, John was Chairman and CEO of UBS Global Asset Management, based in London; a member of the UBS Group Executive Board; and Chairman of UBS Saudi Arabia. He has also served as an Australian Stock Exchange Board Director and as Chairman of Victorian Funds Management Corporation. He is Chair of Judo's Board Risk Committee.
|Mr Peter John Hodgson||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Jan 2017||
Mr Peter John Hodgson
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Hodgson has over 37 years of experience in financial services in Australia and overseas and holds a number of Board positions, including as a Director and Chair. He is currently on the advisory boards of Drummond Capital Partners and Planum Partners and is also a member of Trinity College Investment Management Committee. He is Chair of the Centre of Evidence and Implementation; Chair of Paranta Biosciences Limited; and was appointed to the Board of Fintech for International Development, representing Save the Children International. Peter was previously Chair of Save the Children Australia for nine years, and Chair of Greengate Aged Care Partnership. He was also a Trustee and Director of Save the Children International and chaired the Audit and Risk Committee of the organisation.
|Ms Yien Hong||Company Secretary,General Counsel||N/A|
|Mr Joseph Cornelius Healy||Chief Executive Officer,Co-Founder||N/A|
|Mr Christopher (Chris) James Bayliss||Chief Financial Officer,Co-Founder,Deputy Chief Executive Officer||N/A|
The current holdings of JDO directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
No Substantial Shareholders for JDO in our database.
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|03-11-21||Judo Bank Pty Ltd||585,786,760||--||53.00|
|01-11-21||Prince Issuer Designated Activity Company||103,898,782||--||9.40|
|01-11-21||FIL Limited and the entities||57,542,857||--||5.21|
|01-11-21||GIC Private Limited||77,728,137||--||7.03|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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