The 2nd
Using APIs to benefit customers and create new revenue streams
Conference Date
22nd - 24th October 2019
Location
Sydney Harbour Marriott
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Day 1 - Wednesday 23rd October, 2019

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
Preparing for the API economy
9:10
INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Creating Winning Strategies for building and using APIs
  • Implementing API frameworks within infrastructure and externally
  • Best practice in API integration, approaching the various possibilities of APIs and marketplace banking (API-as-a-service)
  • What are the intended outcomes of API usage? Regulatory Compliance vs. Commercial Opportunities.
  • Creating customer centric solutions with APIs
Julian Sawyer
Former Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
Starling Bank UK
9:50
SPEED NETWORKING

In this fun, interactive session, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees and speakers in two minute bursts, to exchange business cards and set up conversations for the rest of the event

10:30
Morning tea & networking
11:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: Open Banking – where are we?
  • Updates from the July 2019 Pilot – testing the performance, reliability & security of the Open Banking system
  • What are we trying to achieve with Open Banking? Will we be able to meet these expectations through what we are currently doing?
  • Are we managing to move away from Open Banking as a compliance issue, to enable us to deliver on the opportunities Open Banking presents?
Kate Crous
General Manager Digital Banking
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)
Andy White
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Payments Network
Richard Hough
Head of Open Banking
ANZ
Matthew Round
Chief Risk Officer
Archa
11:40
Open Banking, Ready, Set, Go

Bringing our experiences from PSD2 compliance in Europe and Open Banking in UK this session will cover:

  • What needs to be done – An overview of the Technical Standards for Open Banking Australia
  • How to do it – Mapping the technical requirements to each regulatory requirement 
  • What is the Investment – Cost, people, and resource efforts

Seshika Fernando
Head of Financial Solutions
WSO2
12:10
Open Banking: Driving value for the SME customer
Graham Dickens
Chief Technology Officer
Judo Bank
12:50
Networking lunch
1:50
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
  • Managing security, risk and compliance considerations
  • Leveraging Open Banking for a competitive advantage
  • Developing systems beyond the regulation’s basic requirements
  • Building an implementation-ready architecture
  • Driving innovation & developing unique customer experiences
  • Modernising infrastructure to enable service and product innovation
3:00
Afternoon tea & networking
Strengthening partnerships between banks & third parties
3:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: How partnerships are being transformed – Working with Fintechs & non-banking institutions
  • Understanding the impact of non-banking partners on your relationship with the customer
  • How can fintechs enhance the Open Banking offering for both incumbent & challenger institutions?
  • With challenger banks taking steps to increase their offerings, how can incumbents provide a similarly attractive partnership proposition?
  • Exploring the different challenges for challenger banks and incumbent banks, and how to overcome these
Julie McKay
Chapter Lead, Australia and New Zealand
Financial Data and Technology Association
Dominic Pym
Chief Executive Officer
Up Bank
Stuart Stoyan
Founder & CEO
MoneyPlace
Mary Ramsay
Head of Innovation Programs
Stone and Chalk
4:30
Building a comprehensive ecosystem of partnerships to accelerate transformation & innovation
  • How to create successful partnerships – from selection to integration
  • Building the enterprise culture to align the technology and business teams
  • Scaling the technology to develop new products
Dominic Pym
Chief Executive Officer
Up Bank
5:10
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of Day One
5:20
NETWORKING DRINKS

Day 2 - Thursday 24th October, 2019

8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
Maximising the strategic opportunities afforded by Open Banking
9:10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Re-thinking customer relationships – what is the role of banks in the new Open Banking landscape?
  • Beyond storing money – are your customers getting the most value from you?
  • Providing customers with a new approach, more options and a new experience when it comes to managing their finances
  • Empowering people to reconnect to what they really want their money to be for
  • Realising the potential of new technologies – packaging tech in a way that makes it easier for people to do the things they need to do
Van Le
Executive Board Director & Co-Founder
Xinja Bank
9:50
SPOTLIGHT SESSION

In this interactive session, you will have the opportunity for reflective discussion with other delegates and discuss key takeaways from the conference so far

10:30
Morning tea & networking
11:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: How can open APIs be used to improve our customer offering?
  • Developing an API strategy that enables new ways to engage and connect with customers
  • Creating new business opportunities and improve existing products, systems, and operations
  • Designing of products and services with increased emphasis on the consumer experience
Julian Sawyer
Former Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
Starling Bank UK
Oliver Kidd
Chief Executive Officer
Archa
11:40
Responsible lending use case: Handling data in a way which benefits both customer & provider
Stuart Stoyan
Founder & CEO
MoneyPlace
12:20
Networking lunch
Ensuring Open Banking is understood by the customer
1:20
WORLD CAFE
  • What can be done to improve customer awareness and education about the changes?
  • How can we maintain the trust, confidence and engagement of clients?
  • How do we mitigate consumer concerns over data security and privacy?
Amrita Bhattacharyya
Former Head of Customer Strategy & Experience Design
Suncorp
Geraldine Cremin
Head of Compliance and PRDE
ARCA
2:20
Afternoon tea & networking
Strengthening partnerships between banks & third parties
2:50
PANEL DISCUSSION: What are the opportunities for smaller financial institutions and others in the sector?
  • How will different players within the financial field be impacted by Open Banking? How will they benefit from increased amounts of data and information?
  • How are non-banking institutions harnessing open banking, and what do you need to be aware of moving forward?
  • What needs to be done in terms of education so that the consumer can see the benefits?
John Ford
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Military Bank
3:30
Bringing Open Banking to Life – a small bank perspective
  • Consumer Data Right & Permissioning
  • Possible Use Cases
  • Proof of Concept
John Ford
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Military Bank
4:10
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of Conference
Workshop A: Changing business models under Open Banking
Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 4:00pm - 6:00pm

From a commercial standpoint, data can serve as a catalyst for new business models. This enables organisations to become more agile, improve customer centricity and capture new revenue streams.
This workshop will look at the business models associated with the emergence of Open Banking as the banking market structure keeps changing.

Why attend this workshop?

  • Look at practical examples of Open Banking
  • Understand the differences between strategies adopted by incumbents and new players
  • Discuss how the ability to share data enhances innovation in business and operating models
  • Develop a perspective on APIs and extending access beyond the basic requirements

What you will take away by attending?

  • An understanding of how your business needs to change to stay in control in an Open Banking ecosystem
  • Awareness of models that give you the scale needed to compete and the risk if you don’t
  • Examples and use cases of banking-as-a-service models in place in the UK

* Refreshments provided

Price: $399 + GST

Julian Sawyer
Former Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
Starling Bank UK
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Workshop B: Making a success of Open Banking
Tuesday 22nd October 2019, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Success in the Open Banking space means combining compliance with competitiveness, to ensure the true benefits of Open Banking are realised.
This workshop will look at the key ingredients to making Open Banking a success in your organisation.

Why attend this workshop?

  • Explore examples of how successful Open Banking regimes have played out overseas
  • Learn how to prepare for Open Banking and the disruptive implications it presents
  • Discuss and evaluate where your business stands in this space

What you will take away by attending?

  • Learn how to bring the people within your organisation on the journey, and foster a culture of innovation
  • Strategies to get the right technology in place to meet regulation and improve customer services
  • An understanding of what it takes to successfully execute your Open Banking strategy

* Refreshments & dinner provided

Price: $399 + GST

Julian Sawyer
Former Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
Starling Bank UK
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Key Speakers

Julian Sawyer
Former Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
Starling Bank UK
Van Le
Executive Board Director & Co-Founder
Xinja Bank
John Ford
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Military Bank
Richard Hough
Head of Open Banking
ANZ