Eddie Dillon is Founder & CEO of CreditLogic, a SaaS Digital Lending Platform for banks, brokers and credit unions.
The platform enables lenders overcome paper based, manual and costly new lending processes by leveraging open banking, analytics and AI.
Prior to founding CreditLogic, he was Director of Innovation for KBC Bank where he established he digital centre of excellence developing and launching new customer capabilities across the group.
Previously as Commercial Director, he was a member of the leadership team which established and scaled a new Digital First bank in Ireland acquiring over 300,000 customers.
Eddie is a chartered accountant having trained with PwC and has worked in various corporate finance and advisory positions.
He holds an MBA (Vlerick Business School), MSc (Intl Finance) from the Edinburgh Business School and a BComm from University College Dublin.
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