Kris Matthews joins REA Group’s PropTrack business. Source: From LinkedIn.
  • Kris Matthews appointed as Chief Product, Data and Insights Officer
  • This is a new role in REA Group's PropTrack business
  • Matthews has over 20 years of experience in property data

REA Group has recently appointed Kris Matthews as Chief Product, Data and Insights Officer within its new PropTrack business (reported in this article).

Mr Matthews has over 20 years of experience in information technology and property data, having held executive roles at CoreLogic and was previously the Director of CoreLogic New Zealand. He holds an Advanced Diploma of Management from Churchill Education.

Mr Matthews now joins REA Group from Property Exchange Australia (PEXA) where he was the Chief Data & Analytics Officer.

REA Group’s CEO, Owen Wilson expressed his excitement of the new appointment of Mr Matthews.

“His wealth of experience and expertise in building data businesses will be
instrumental in driving our ambitious data strategy forward.”

“The appointment of a Chief Product, Data and Insights Officer also marks a major milestone for PropTrack as we accelerate our goal to build the market-leading valuations business.”

Owen Wilson, CEO of REA Group

“I am excited to be joining a business with the unique and unrivalled data assets of REA and PropTrack. They present an incredible opportunity to transform the market. I’m looking forward to bringing new product innovations to a market I know well,” commented Mr Matthews.

REA Group’s PropTrack business and REA Insights team fall under the Group executive leadership of Melina Cruickshank, Chief Audience and Marketing Officer.

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