Virtual Fintech Trade Mission to Sydney

29th - 30th October 2020

Why Sydney?

Australia has new Consumer Data Right regulation. The regulation is fast-tracking Open Banking and changing the consumer experience across the region, whilst helping to bring in record levels of fintech investment of nearly US$2bn at the start of 2020. More recently, the Covid19 pandemic has accelerated wallet and QR usage for merchant acceptance and the legalisation of ‘crypto wages’, in nearby New Zealand, demonstrates further distruption to traditional banking in the region.

We are proud to be partnering with Grant Thornton and Payments Association Asia who are based in Sydney and will be providing expertise on Open Banking as well as bringing in their own community members to the virtual networking table.  Did we mention that all delegates will receive 6 months free membership to Payments Association Asia?

Our partners

Topics of discussion:

Introduction to the region

Open Banking Australia

Navigating the Australasia Regulatory & Innovation Landscape

Neo-bank Australia breakout out session

The Evolving Payment Landscape in Australasia



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