FinTech Australia welcomes direction of reforms proposed in Productivity Commission Draft Report to put consumers in control

Last week, the Productivity Commission released its draft report into Data Availability and Use. The research examines the costs and benefits of unlocking data held by the public and private sector, and of providing consumers with more transparency and control over Data. This in turn empowers consumers to make more informed decisions, and creates a more efficient, competitive business landscape. (more…)

Putting Consumers in Control – why Open Access Matters

Today The Australian published an excerpt of an Opinion Piece I wrote on the topic of Open Access. You can see the analysis that Richard Gluyas wrote on it here: (more…)

Fintech Australia Opens New Front in Apple Pay War

Richard Gluyas from The Australian has been covering the battle between Apple and Australian banks over their grumpiness with Apple around the tech giants determined lockout of third party digital-wallet providers. (more…)

FinTech Australia partner with LaunchVic on inaugural FinTech Summit Collab / Collide 2016

FinTech Australia is pleased to launch its inaugural national FinTech Summit, FinTech Australia Collab / Collide 2016, in partnership with LaunchVic and the Victorian Government. Australias national FinTech Summit curated with and for the Australian FinTech community (more…)