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Industry Dinner – PAYMENTS

Tuesday 6 September

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7.00pm - 10.30pm

Supernormal

180 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Topic: Changes to our payment ecosystem means new relationships and opportunities
Speaker: Jonathan Grant, Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, Paypa Plane
Sponsor: Paypa Plane
Details: We are right in the middle of generational changes to our payment ecosystem. The changes we are experiencing (and in some cases driving) hold implications for fintechs and incumbents alike. This is driving a shift in how consumers and businesses will access payments but also in banks and fintechs work with and beside each other. With new opportunities, regulation and economics on the horizon, it’s a good time to zoom out and look at where all participants in the industry sit.

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Industry Dinner – BLOCKCHAIN

Tuesday 6 September

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7.00pm - 10.30pm

Hazel

Ground Floor, 164 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Topic: Blockchain, Digital Assets and Web 3.0: the convergence between Tradfi and Defi and the impact on customer experience
Speakers: Paul Stonham, General Manager DLT Solutions at the ASX and Alan Burt, Founder of Block8 and Executive Chair of Redbelly Networks
Moderator: Cathryn Lyall, NED at blockchain start-ups Hutly, Redbelly Networks and Boulevard Global and Partner at Seed Space Venture Capital
Sponsor: ProbeCX
Details: As global financial institutions respond to the changes new technology brings to markets, blockchain technology and structures have begun to play a significant role. With open standards, flexible technology, transparency, speed, cost driven efficiencies and rich functionality, blockchain tech will be the basis of many consumer, investor and corporate platforms of the future.
Hear from key industry leaders and share your thoughts on the democratisation of regulated financial markets infrastructure. Also, find out how you can leverage outsourcing of non core functions to enable efficiency, cost savings and better customer experience.

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Industry Dinner – OPEN FINANCE

Tuesday 6 September

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7.00pm - 10.30pm

Tea Room, The European

161 Spring St, Melbourne

Topic: Is CDR data the renewable energy that powers open finance into the future?
Speaker: Stuart Low, Founder and CEO, Biza
Sponsor: Biza
Details: The Consumer Data Right, Australia’s Open Data ecosystem, is moving beyond its infancy, with the introduction of energy retailers later this year. The consultation process for Telcos is underway. Meanwhile, non-bank lenders, superannuation and insurance are likely to be in the next tranche of organisations to be designated.

So what has been learned from the last three years of the CDR? And what opportunities are beginning to appear as CDR solutions mature? What does the future look like for Open Finance when CDR data becomes the renewable energy that powers the Australian data economy? How could Action Initiation (payments, account lifecycle transactions) help to level the playing field for participants?

Biza.io‘s solutions for data holders and data recipients, plus its conformance testing services, cover more than 50% of CDR participants at present. Hear Stuart Low, Biza’s founder and CEO, speak about the future of the CDR and the road ahead.

CONTACT US

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Julie Jerbic
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Phone: 0402 189 948
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