Panel Discussion - Fintech in Australia
Sponsored by KPMG
The financial services industry is going through unprecedented change, with a key catalyst being digital innovation, impacting the provision and consumption of financial services. Additionally, regulators continue to intervene, particularly in banking where consumers are deemed to be mistreated. Consequently the rise of financial technology start-ups, aka 'fintech', has accelerated immensely in the last 12 to 18 months.
Given the amount happening in this area, the London Business School Melbourne Alumni Club - in association with INSEAD, IMD, Harvard, Columbia, Wharton, Stanford, Kellogg and Chicago Booth - are putting together a panel discussion on the key determinants of long-term success for the fintech industry in Australia, and the roles of culture, education, industry and public policy in this success
The panel will comprise senior experts who are actively participating in fintech and financial services:
- Moderator: Stuart Stoyan (CEO of MoneyPlace, member of the Australian Federal Government's FinTech Advisory Group, and board member of FinTech Australia)
- Charlotte Petris (CEO of Timelio and vice president of FinTech Australia)
- Jonathan Davey (Executive General Manager NAB Labs, National Australia Bank)
- Hon Philip Dalidakis (Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade, Victorian Government)
Business school alumni, guests, colleagues and industry acquaintances are welcome.
Date: Tuesday 28 June 2016
Venue: The Arena, NAB, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands, Victoria 3008
- 6:30pm - Networking drinks
- 7:00pm - Panel discussion and Q&A
- 8:00pm - Further networking drinks and canapes
Online ticket sales have now closed. For any questions, please contact the organisers, London Business School Melbourne Alumni Club, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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