The release of the Australian securities regulator’s guidance framework for initial coin offerings (ICOs) is an important step forward for startups looking to crowd-fund a project using digital currencies, and could help further worldwide regulatory discussions on the issue.
Stone & Chalk are excited to let you know that over the weekend, the wrecking ball took its first swing to the Stone & Chalk space at Wynyard.
In 11 weeks from now, Stone & Chalk will have a new home.
Now that Stone & Chalk have an official move-in date of the first week in December, they are inviting more awesome people to join their 325-strong community of amazing entrepreneurs.
If you’re in the fintech startup/scale-up/SME space and want to access Australia’s leading fintech innovation marketplace, providing qualified connections, capital, world-class mentors and a strong voice, in an enviable CBD home, then make sure you apply to join Stone & Chalk.
FinTech Australia wants to share an important opportunity by Société Générale to help get your startup off the ground at the same time as showcasing your solution.
Australia’s inaugural fintech festival will have what is believed to be a world-first gender equality target, as part of an ongoing campaign to drive increased levels of female participation in Australia’s most important startup sector.
We’ve listed some of the great announcements and achievements from our members in the month of September, 2017.
As some members may have seen, Jobs for NSW has this month released a new, refreshed loan portfolio to help businesses scale and accelerate jobs growth in metro and regional NSW. Read more
New research showing Australia has risen to become the second largest alternative finance market in the Asia Pacific sends a strong signal to the world about the underlying strength of Australia’s fintech and business environment.
Australia’s credentials as an international hotspot for innovative payments solutions has been boosted by the selection of a Melbourne-based company as the joint winner of an industry challenge held by the world’s leading financial messaging provider.
Regulatory technology companies that help monitor and manage financial advisor behaviour, potentially risky home loan portfolios and suspicious financial transactions were among those showcased at an event held by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) in Sydney.