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What do we do?
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
Research continues to show the value of diverse leadership teams. However, the numbers remain staggeringly low for female representation across executive teams listed on the ASX. In today’s competitive environment, it is increasingly important to expand your influence as a leader. To successfully drive career progression, you have to embrace new opportunities. You must take […]Find out more
PLEASE RSVP ON OUR OTHER MEETUP GROUP ‘BITCOIN CRYPTO SYDNEY’ See the link below https://www.meetup.com/Bitcoin-Cryptocurrency-Sydney/events/hnjrkpyxgbhc/ Come along to our monthly meetup at Harpoon Harry’s – a popular cuban themed hotel close to public transport (central station). With both seasoned crypto-currency veterans going back as far as 2011, and newer arrivals into the world of blockchain […]Find out more
• What we’ll doCome and hear from three Fishburner businesses pitch their startup. If you’re looking for inspiration to start a business, learn some pitch tips or just find out what new tech startups are happening in Sydney, this event is for you! Pitches are followed by networking with the Sydney startup community. The pitches […]Find out more
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Open banking will drive better customer deals and responsible lending outcomes for mortgages and credit cards
The first phase of Australia’s open banking regime should be designed to assist Australians get a better deal on mortgages...Read more
We have noticed media reports this morning about a survey by Oracle into Australia’s fintech market penetration, compared to other...Read more
[caption id="attachment_5177" align="alignleft" width="300"] FinTech Australia chair Stuart Stoyan[/caption] Australian corporate regulator ASIC’s commissioner, John Price, has called out “innovation”...Read more