As Australia's national fintech association, FinTech Australia offers our members a number of benefits - from influencing and staying up to date on policy developments, connecting and networking with industry partners and peers, to accessing member discounts and showcasing the industry’s success. Plus, your membership supports our vision to make Australia one of the world’s leading markets for fintech innovation and investment.
Support FA advocate for the
national fintech industry
Your memberships supports FinTech Australia, a not-for-profit national association dedicated to driving policy that enables and supports the growth of the fintech sector.
Have a voice to shape policy
Influence the policy discussion with government and regulators to help create a progressive and ‘fintech-friendly’ regulatory environment. Join policy working groups and contribute to submissions.
Stay in the know on fintech industry developments
Stay up to date with all the latest fintech industry news and research via Member-only newsletters, plus industry announcements, whitepapers and reports such as EY FinTech Australia Census.
Connect, network & learn
Get invites to industry events, conferences and roundtables to network with peers, corporates, regulators and investors, including our Meet the Industry Leaders national roadshow series.
Amplify your success
Get featured in our FinTech Australia Member ecosystem map, plus enjoy opportunities to amplify member announcements and viewpoints via our newsletters, social media or media networks.
Enjoy member discounts & offers
Get discounted tickets to FinTech Australia and partner conferences and awards, including Intersekt and free award entry into the Finnies, plus more.
Access resources and services to help you grow
Get access to our policy and technology partner resources (incl. Microsoft, Herbert Smith Freehills, Allens, Baker McKenzie, K&L Gates, Kings & Wood Mallesons) to help get set up for success.
Here are just some of the wins we’ve made so far
Advocating for policy change and creating a more fintech-friendly environment, with major policy wins in areas such as equity crowdfunding, open banking, comprehensive credit reporting and digital currency regulation.
Bringing together 1,500 leaders and regulators at Australia’s first inaugural national fintech festival, Intersekt.
Celebrating the great work of our members and industry with the annual Finnies awards.