Send appoints Andrew Perry to its Board of Directors

Send, the Queensland-based international payments specialist has today announced the appointment of Andrew Perry to its Board of Directors.

With his appointment, Perry brings to Send a wealth of knowledge and extensive industry experience, amassed over a 30-year career that has seen him hold senior posts at large financial institutions including Commonwealth Bank, National Australia Bank, Tudor Investment Corporation, and Bank of Queensland.

Perry had previously been working alongside Send’s CEO, Paul Billing, as a member of its Advisory Board since June 2019, and his subsequent appointment as Director comes at a time of accelerated growth for the company, recently named by The Australian as one of its ‘Top 20 Australian tech stars to watch for.

“I’m delighted to be joining the Board at Send,” said Perry. “The payments sector and Send as a business are changing rapidly, and I have the utmost confidence in Paul and the team’s ability to deliver the exceptional products and critical components that will support the growth of both Send and its enterprise partners.”

“Since first joining us in an advisory capacity, it quickly became clear that Andrew’s first-class track record would be an invaluable asset to Send,” stated Billing. “As we continue to build and launch more market-leading products for our partners, I have no doubt that his ongoing input will help us grow commercially and drive further innovation in the payments space.”

About Send

Send provides international currency transfer solutions to a range of Australia’s most-loved brands, and giving their customers the very best rates.

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