Money20/20 Asia is partnering with FinTech Australia to showcase the latest FinTech insights of 2017 this November on our roadshow tour - last stop, Singapore in March 2018. Spaces are limited so make sure you register here today!
27th Nov 2017 17.30PM
STONE & CHALK SYDNEY
Level 2, AMP Tower, 50 Bridge Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia MAP
17:30 – 18:00 Registration & Networking with drinks
18:00 – 18:15 Introduction to Money20/20 Asia
18:15 – 18:40 Data Protection Beyond Identity
18:40 – 19:00 Global Perspectives on Open Banking
19:00 – 19:15 Money20/20 Asia free ticket reveal!
19:15 – 20:30 Networking with food & drinks!
Chloe James, Presenter Sky News – Business & Group Media Director, RFi Group
Danny Gilligan, Co-Founder, Data Republic
Jim Bulling, Partner, K&L Gates
Matthew Gardiner, Founder, Catch London
Nicholle Lindner, Head of Financial Services Innovation & Fintech APAC, Unisys
Meet our partner:
STONE & CHALK SYDNEY
Stone & Chalk is an independent, not-for-profit fintech hub whose overarching objective is to help foster and accelerate the development of world-leading fintech start-ups.
Stone & Chalk aims to attract and support the growth of the highest quality Fintech start-ups in Australia, from the full spectrum of the Fintech landscape (payments, peer-to-peer, crowd-funding, automated advice, capital markets, crypto-currencies, etc).
It is a physical “centre of gravity” for the local fintech eco-system. At our core, we are an industry-led initiative and our work reflects a collaborative effort between fintech entrepreneurs, VCs, corporates and government, to incubate and nurture financial services-focused tech start-ups.
Visit Stone & Chalk: https://www.stoneandchalk.com.au/
FinTech Australia is the leading national, not-for-profit organisation representing members from the Fintech Startup Community - Startups, Hubs, Accelerators and VCs.
Working closely with all government bodies, regulators and corporations we exist to advocate on behalf of our members. Together we challenge existing structures to drive policy reform, produce research that promotes best practice and connect all parts of the financial technology eco-system - both within Australia and globally.
Visit FinTech Australia: https://fintechaustralia.org.au
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