From saving you money, or lending you money, through to providing investment advice - the FinTech sector is stripping out inefficiencies that have plagued the Finance industry for far too long. With access to greater information and end-to-end solutions, there’s a growing number of digital disruptors with platforms that can be leveraged by your business.
In this event we’ll be exploring:
- What defines a platform, product or service as fintech
- How FinTech applications can improve doing business
- How BlockChain can be useful to business and when should it be applied
- Robo advisors
- Impact of the national framework for e-invoicing which is targeted at all Australian businesses
- Issues facing the sector including trust, security and privacy
Harry Chemay - CEO, Clover
Harry has more than 18 years of experience working across both financial planning and investment consulting. A Certified Financial Planner by his early thirties, he spent over a decade in financial planning, primarily within accounting firms including KPMG and Horwath (now part of Grant Thornton).
Harry also spent several years in the investment consulting division of Mercer where he provided advice to superannuation funds, university endowments and financial planning firms. His most recent consulting work has centred on the design of innovative retirement income solutions. He is a Certified Investment Management Analyst® and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia).
Luke Hally - Chief Executive, Dragonbill
Luke is the chief executive of DragonBill, a revenue management tool that provides payment, reporting and invoicing specifically for sole traders and micro business.
He has been published on the topic of fintech, consulted to the government and industry on fintech and small business and worked with beyondblue to help with sole trader mental health resources.
Katherine Noall - CEO, BlockZero
David Field - Director, Ozedi and Landmark Software
David is Director of Ozedi - a private cloud data exchange providing businesses with a single technology platform for business to superannuation reporting, business to government reporting and business to business transacting.
David is also Director of the Digital Business Council, which was established in 2015 as an industry-led organisation. It has developed a framework for all businesses to send and receive commercial documents in a structured and secure way. The framework implementation begins with invoices and will eventually support a complete procure to pay process.
David has broad experience in business systems design across 30 different industries, along with extensive knowledge of Federal Government SuperStream and Standard Business Reporting technologies. He is also a member of various other Federal Government committees and working groups, including being Chairman of the Australian Business Software Industry Association (ABSIA) - the peak body for the business software industry.