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Jeremy Cabral

Chief operating officer

Jeremy Cabral

Jeremy Cabral is the chief operating officer and global head of publishing for Finder. He has written hundreds of comparisons covering everything from credit cards to travel money to Netflix TV shows. Jeremy has a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) from the University of Western Sydney.

Angus Kidman


Angus Kidman

Angus Kidman is the global editor-in-chief at Finder. He’s an award-winning journalist who has reported on technology, travel, finance and other topics for over 25 years, appearing regularly on TV and radio. His previous jobs include editor for Lifehacker Australia and editor-in-chief for Australian Personal Computer, and he’s written for dozens of publications. Angus has a first-class Honours degree in Linguistics from the University of New England and a serious travel addiction.

Clare Cribbin


Clare Cribbin

Clare Cribbin is the global shopping publisher at Finder. She started in the Australian team hunting down the best shopping deals on the market, producing health and wellbeing articles and creating helpful gift guides. Clare is now applying her shopping knowledge globally. You may be surprised to learn that she has a degree in Zoology and a Master of Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law.

Andrew Munro


Andrew Munro

Andrew Munro is the cryptocurrency editor at Finder. He was initially writing about insurance, when he accidentally fell in love with digital currency and distributed ledger technology (aka “the blockchain”). Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales, and has written guides about everything from industrial pigments to cosmetic surgery.

Aaron McAllister

Graduate publisher

Aaron McAllister

Aaron McAllister is a graduate publisher for Internet TV at Finder, helping to deliver insightful guides to streaming, sports and entertainment. He has a Bachelor of Commerce and a major in Marketing from the University of Wollongong. Away from work, you can find him perfecting his jump shot.

Zak Killermann


Zak Killermann

Zak Killermann is a staff writer at Finder specializing in money transfers. He has ghostwritten hundreds of FinTech articles over the years and found his love for publication at St. Cloud State University. Zak has been traveling internationally for nearly half his life and — after getting burned once by an over-the-counter money exchange — vowed to never settle for anything short of the mid-market rate.

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