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Jeremy Cabral, Founder and Chief Operating Officer

Jeremy Cabral

To contact Jeremy:

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@jeremycabral @jeremycabral

/in/jeremycabral /in/jeremycabral

Send Mail: Level 10 / 99 York Street, Sydney 2000, N.S.W.

About Jeremy

Jeremy Cabral is co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of global fintech, Finder. From his hometown of Sydney, Jeremy has been instrumental in making Finder Australia's most visited comparison website and pioneered its launch strategy for new markets all around the world. Today, Finder has more than 500 employees running websites in 30+ countries that help more than 6 million people a month make better financial decisions.

Jeremy was fascinated by doing business on the internet from the very early days of the world wide web. After lots of pestering, his parents bought him his first computer when he was 6 and he registered his first business when he was 15. He then went from helping his dad sell promotional merchandise online to building websites for his dad's suppliers in a matter of months. It wasn't long before his prodigious talents were spotted by young Australian internet entrepreneurs Fred Schebesta and Frank Restuccia. They asked him to join them as their third co-founder for what eventually became the Finder success story we see today.

Jeremy has worn many hats during his time at Finder. He naturally takes the lead on the operational, behind-the-scenes work that has enabled the business to scale. In the early days, he secured office space, recruited crew and wrote policy documents. He then got to work on building the content and editorial strategy that became the road map for success across multiple categories and numerous continents. He spent half a decade as the media spokesperson for Finder and continues to be a regular conference speaker at internet marketing events including Search Marketing Summit and ADMA/AIMIA.

His fellow co-founders describe his superpower as "breaking the most complex problems into actionable parts" and so it is no wonder that he has held the title of Chief Operating Officer at Finder for over a decade. Along the journey, he has developed world-class domain expertise in scale-up strategy and growth marketing. He has also been one of the key champions for the growth and personal development of the Finder crew and has a knack for spotting potential in people that have gone on to be senior leaders at Finder.

Outside of the office, he is a coffee aficionado and a lover of dim sum. When he's in Sydney, you'll most likely find him making plans at Mecca Coffee or Golden Century with one of the Finder crew. He also finds the time to be a loving father and husband, and he has also been a long-term supporter of the Vinnies CEO Sleepout charity fundraising event.

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    JuneMay 31, 2014

    Hi Jeremy, I was just wondering if you know anything about ME Bank at the moment they have a 4.6% interest rate on an online savings a/c for 5 months as I don’t really know this bank can you enlighten me?

    Thank you…. June

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    AngelaJuly 30, 2013

    A question for Jeremy Cabral

    You’ve posted some great tips in an article on News.com.au however I have a question….

    I have a credit card with a hefty balance of $16,500. I would like to do a balance transfer for this sum because, as you can imagine, the interest is killing me.

    Unfortunately at the moment I am an at home Mum and my husband is self employed so I am finding no one will offer us a balance transfer option. Without a balance transfer we’re stuck paying hundreds in interest and we’re not able to get anywhere.

    Are there balance transfer options out there for people in our situation? How do we get ahead without it?

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