CoreLogic appoints former CEO of PurpleBricks as marketing exec

Data and analytics market leader, CoreLogic, has appointed Ryan Dinsdale as executive, customer operations, sales and marketing for Australia and New Zealand

Data and analytics market leader, CoreLogic, has appointed Ryan Dinsdale as executive, customer operations, sales and marketing for Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately.

Dinsdale will join the CoreLogic international executive team, reporting directly to CEO International, Lisa Claes, and be Sydney-based. Dinsdale is an experienced executive, with a diverse background in digital marketing, sales, distribution, product and strategy in competitive markets. He has held prior executive roles at CommSec (CBA) where he was general manager, customer experience and marketing, as well as CEO of Purple Bricks.

He has also held senior roles across both the real estate and financial services industries including Virgin Money, Telstra and Westpac.

CoreLogic said Dinsdale has a deep passion for developing and growing his teams and aligning organisational culture to deliver business growth and the very best in customer experience.

Claes said his appointment brings strong customer experience and digital marketing expertise combined with a deep understanding across two of its core markets in banking and real estate.

“Ryan’s skills, honed from both disruptive and traditional business models, will strongly complement the bench strength within our business which is privileged to serve customers across diverse industries, geographies and models," she said.

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