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Collaboration between fintechs and corporates: An oxymoron?
May 6 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Come to Stone & Chalk the home of Melbourne fintech, enjoy some free pizza and drink and hear from our panellists on “Collaboration between fintechs and corporates: An oxymoron?”.
Moderator: Alice Chauvel ( Marketing Manager at myprosperity).
Dominic Pym, Co-Founder Up
Glen Foley, GM of customer experience for Liberty
Alan Tsen, GM of Stone & Chalk & Chair for Fintech Australia
6:00 – 6:15 pm is pizza & settling in
6:15 – 7:00 Panel talk
7:00 – 7:30 Question time
8:00 pm Kick out
Moderator & Speaker Bios:
Alice heads up the marketing team at wealth management platform myprosperity. Prior to that, she was VP – Marketing for Melbourne fintech unicorn Airwallex, which she helped launch to the public. She brings a wealth of knowledge on marketing for B2B(2C) technology platforms in Australia and the UK.
Dom is an entrepreneur and technologist who recently launched Up (up.com.au), a next-generation Australian digital bank delivering super powered banking. Up is a clever way to organise your money and simplify your life, giving you the freedom to do the things you love. Dom’s been involved in software, web and mobile development for over 20 years from start-ups to global enterprises in Australia, the UK, the USA and throughout Asia.
Glen leads Liberty’s Customer Engagement and Technology teams, responsible for cultivating customer experiences through our contact centre and digital channels. Passionate about creating intelligent and pragmatic solutions to real problems, Glen pushes his team to continually improve customer interactions. Prior to joining Liberty, Glen founded several technology start-ups and acted as a software consultant across sectors including human services, education, aerospace, not-for-profit, debt recovery and hospitality. Glen remains active in the start-up scene through his involvement with boards and incubators.
is the Melbourne GM of Stone & Chalk – an independent, not-for-profit fintech hub which fosters and accelerates the development of world-leading fintech start-ups.
He is also currently the chair of FinTech Australia where he has led numerous submissions to government departments on digital currency and blockchain tech – including the removal of ‘double GST’ from digital currency and amendments to KYC/AML laws designed to incorporate digital currency.
Alan holds Bachelors degrees in Law and Commerce and a Masters degree in Commerce (Econ). He is also admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in the state of Victoria.
This event is proudly run and hosted by Stone & Chalk.
Stone & Chalk is an independent, not-for-profit Fintech hub. We foster and accelerate the development of world-leading Fintech start-ups and act as a centre of gravity for the local Fintech eco-system.
We support the growth of the highest quality Fintech start-ups in Australia, across the full spectrum of the Fintech landscape – payments, peer-to-peer, crowd-funding, automated advice, capital markets, crypto-currencies, etc.
All our resident fintech startups are of high growth potential and must first pass through our selection process before being accepted as resident members. Our resident startups represent a wide range of different disruptive and innovative fintech categories including smarter faster machines, new market platforms, investment management, payments, alternative banking, market based lending, e-KYC, insurance, equity crowdfunding; data sharing frameworks, IoT. wearables, distributed/consensus ledger platforms and cyber security.
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