FinTech Australia exists to help our country become one of the world’s top markets for fintech innovation and investment.

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Challenging existing structures and driving policy reform is a key priority for the Association.


FinTech Australia advocate on behalf of our members, both locally and globally, to attract the support they need to win.


A core part of our action plan is bringing all parts of the financial technology
eco-system together.

Upcoming events

October 13
Spark Festival Sydney 2017 October 13, Sydney

Spark Festival is an annual program of events and activities focussing on startups, innovation and entrepreneurship. Meetups, mixers and socials. Hackathons, create-a-thons and workshops. Presentations, panels and pitching competitions. Events for children and families.

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October 22
Money 20/20 USA ~ Las Vegas October 22,

Money20/20 is the world’s largest marketplace for ideas, connections and deals in Payments and Financial Services. It’s where leaders – representing every sector of the industry – come to seize new business opportunities, strengthen partnerships and discover the latest disruptions. With 11,000+ attendees, including more than 1,700 CEOs & Presidents, from 4,500 companies and 85 countries, expected at our 2017 […]

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October 24 @ 9:00 am
FSC Cyber Security Series October 24 @ 9:00 am, Financial Services Council

Cyber security: practical guidance from the United States In the second session of the special FSC Cyber Security Series, hear from our guest expert Peter Salmon, from the Investment Company Institute in Washington DC. He’ll share information with us about what our United States counterparts in financial services are doing to combat cyber security breaches and […]

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Latest from the newsroom

Removal of digital currency double taxation welcomed by fintech industry leaders

The Australian Government's passage of legislation to remove double taxation on digital currencies is a welcome step and signifies the...

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Policy update for October 2017

It’s been an extraordinarily busy month for fintech policy in Australia during late September and across October, so we thought...

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China experts confirmed as speakers for Collab/Collide Summit

Two senior Chinese fintech experts have been confirmed as speakers for the Collab/Collide Summit, which begins on 2 November. Nina...

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