APRA grants ADI licence to Judo BankBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 24 APR 2019 3:19PM
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has granted Judo Bank, formerly Judo Capital, a licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution without restrictions in what is being welcomed as a win for banking competition and fintechs.
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