Vincent Turner is a 15+ years fintech entrepreneur. His first company, Pisces, which he started at age 21 in 1999, built mortgage software used by over 90% of Australian banks, processing $50bn/year in mortgages. In 2010 he moved to San Francisco and set up Planwise, again taking venture investment, to build consumer financial software. While in SF he founded SF Fintech, the 3rd largest fintech group globally. Vincent is an active investor and adviser to early stage companies across a number of verticals including energy, sustainability and fintech and also is the host of the Shape the System podcast.
In this episode we explore Turner’s decision to leave university at the age of 21 to pursue a business idea of selling his messenger technology to investors and how 20 years later he has become an innovator in the finance and property industry with UNO Loans, which is Australia’s first Active Home Loan Manager, launched in mid 2016 and has secured > $50m in funding from Westpac.
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