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May 26, 2020

Look Who’s Charging Expands its Development Expertise with Two Senior Hires

Sydney, 26 May 2020 – Look Who’s Charging, an Experian company, is delighted to announce the appointment of Sergey Arhipenko and Imad Hashmi, as Senior Developers. Look Who’s Charging’s technology enables banks and consumers, for the first time, to truly understand bank statement data. It utilises the latest AI and Machine Learning capabilities to provide […]

May 14, 2020

Consumer Survey Shows 98% of Consumers Would Like to See More Merchant Details in Their Banking Apps

Recent research by Look Who’s Charging has found that, of those who do not have access to enrichment within their banking app, 98% would like to see further details surrounding where they spend their money. Australia has one of the World’s most digitally engaged populations with 73% of people using digital banking at least once […]

May 7, 2020

Jeremy Cashman Joins LWC as Sales and Client Relationship Director

Sydney, 8 May 2020 – Look Who’s Charging, an Experian company, is delighted to announce the appointment of Jeremy Cashman as the new Sales and Client Relationship Director. Look Who’s Charging’s technology enables banks and consumers, for the first time, to truly understand bank statement data. It utilises the latest AI and Machine Learning capabilities […]

March 5, 2020

Look Who’s Charging Launches with Leading Mutual Banks

Look Who’s Charging is proud to see the uptake of its technology by several Australia’s leading mutual banks including Bank Australia, Qudos Bank, and Credit Union SA.  Customers of these banks will now be able to see in-depth details on the merchant behind a transaction simply by clicking on the transaction within their digital banking […]

February 7, 2020

Spriggy Enhances Digital App with Look Who’s Charging’s Technology

Spriggy is an Australian born and grown business that helps to bridge the gap and provide parents a safe, convenient, and supervised way to turn pocket money into practical life lessons.  Look Who’s Charging is proud to partner with Spriggy as they continue on their journey.  Look Who’s Charging’s data can now be found directly […]

January 22, 2020

Onward and Upwards!

2019 was a HUGE year for Look Who’s Charging and our clients. Our headline metric, being the number of transactions enriched via our technology, increased from 12 million in 2018 to 5.9 billion in 2019!! That’s a 49,067% year-on-year increase and over 30 million transactions being enriched every single day as we move into 2020. […]

January 22, 2020

A Brief History of Look Who’s Charging

  1. The frustration and the idea The catalyst for Look Who’s Charging was twofold.  Stuart Grover (LWC Founder) became increasingly frustrated with trying to reconcile and categorise the often cryptic transactions within the bank feed of his accounting software for a prior business. At the same time, I inadvertently committed friendly fraud.  I disputed […]

January 7, 2020

Carbon Footprint Report 2019

In 2018 Look Who’s Charging set a goal to become carbon neutral whilst remaining an innovative and market-leading company. Since this point, various initiatives have been introduced including carbon offsetting and reducing consumption to limit the environmental impact. The annual Carbon Footprint Report below highlights efforts to be sustainable, and subsequent reduction of emissions by […]

December 31, 2019

Look Who’s Charging 2019 Highlights

Look Who’s Charging has had a momentous year.  Check out the info-graphic below for some key highlights:

December 18, 2019

Bankwest Goes Live with Look Who’s Charging’s Technology

Look Who’s Charging is thrilled to partner with Bankwest.  Bankwest customers can now see Look Who’s Charging’s merchant details directly within their banking applications – allowing customers to self-serve and reducing call centre traffic. Bankwest executive general manager for technology and transformation Andy Weir said the service is a result of “customer feedback” as many […]