Former Mambu Exec Will Dale to Lead 10x Banking’s APAC Operations

Former Mambu Exec Will Dale to Lead 10x Banking’s APAC Operations

by April 24, 2024

Cloud-native core banking platform 10x Banking has announced the appointment of Will Dale as Regional Vice President for the APAC region.

Dale, previously a Regional VP at Mambu, brings over 17 years of experience in the banking technology sector to his new role.

He will be based in Singapore, where he will oversee the expansion of 10x Banking’s operations across APAC.

His responsibilities will include developing client partnerships and leading a team aimed at enhancing the company’s growth in the region.

This move is part of 10x Banking’s strategy to extend its presence in APAC, complementing its existing operations in Sydney.

Before joining 10x Banking, Dale spent nearly five years at Mambu, following over a decade at Fiserv.

In 2023, 10x Banking had announced its APAC expansion plans and chose Singapore as its hub to enable the firm to set up operations quickly and grow sustainably.

Matt Mills

Matt Mills

Matt Mills, CRO of 10x, commented on Dale’s appointment:

“We see a tremendous opportunity in APAC, with banks of all sizes wanting to expand and grow their product lines but finding themselves held back by the legacy technology they operate on.


Through Will’s appointment, we have someone on the ground who can help banks realise the full potential of core transformation but more importantly the rapid product development it unlocks.”

Will Dale

Will Dale

On joining 10x, Dale said:

“10x’s ability to not only bring core transformation to banks but to do it in a way that works with a bank’s existing development teams and infrastructure within their own cloud environment is nothing short of revolutionary.


Singapore is an obvious strategic hub for us to operate from, firstly because we can support banks in region who are already on that innovation journey but feel incumbered by the technology they are building on.”


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