Bank Australia has today announced the appointment of Scott Wall to its executive team as Chief Transformation Officer.
With significant experience in senior technology and transformation roles in Australia and the United Kingdom, Scott will have responsibility for leading our business transformation program with a focus on our technology platforms to improve customer and employee experience. He will also oversee project management, change management, transformation strategy execution, operational excellence, and enterprise architecture.
Scott joins us after six years at BankVIC, a fellow B Corp and Mutual Bank, where he was most recently Chief Information Officer. Prior to his time at BankVIC Scott held senior technology and transformation roles with ANZ, Barclays Bank, SkyTalk, Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust.
Bank Australia Managing Director Damien Walsh welcomed Scott to Bank Australia saying that his experience with the purpose driven and mutual banking sector will be a valuable addition to the bank.
“I’m very happy to welcome Scott to Bank Australia and excited about the mix of skills and experience he will bring to our transformation agenda.”
“This is a critical role and Scott joins us at a time of exceptional growth at Bank Australia. We’re working to an ambitious strategic roadmap and are investing heavily in digital transformation so Scott will play a critical role in achieving our goals.”
On joining Bank Australia Scott said that he was excited to be joining a leading B Corp and purpose driven bank.
“Bank Australia has been a great leader in raising the awareness of purpose driven, responsible banking for many years and has seen such strong growth as a result of that leadership.”
“I’m excited to join Bank Australia at this point in its evolution and I’m looking forward to helping the bank take its next big leap forward in its business transformation program.”
Scott has an MBA from London Business School, a Bachelor of Computer Science from The University of Auckland, a Graduate Certificate in data science from RMIT University and is currently studying a Masters of Artificial Intelligence at RMIT University.