The Open Banking conference will address how to:
- Identify the capabilities and investments needed to make it happen
- Cover the basics by targeting specific lifestage moments using external APIs
- Look for partners aligned with your open platform vision
- Choose a strategic ecosystem model that is close to your strategic priorities and market positioning
- Create new business models, revenue models, product development processes, and sales strategies to optimise the value of open banking
Open Banking is Australia’s premier conference for chief executives and their teams to truly evaluate the opportunities and risks that Open Banking presents. It provides an unparalleled forum for these influencers to exchange ideas, debate viewpoints, reveal their strategies to the same market challenges, and share experience in an environment of their peers.
Who will attend?
- Chief Executive Officers
- Chief Strategy Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Chief Operations Officers
- Chief Digital Officers
- Chief Customer Officers
- Chief Risk Officers
- Incumbent banks
- Challenger banks
- P2P lenders
- Cards & payments providers
- Alternative lenders
- Utilities & telecoms providers
- Industry regulators
- API platforms / service providers
Attend to learn:
- Platform strategy & open business models that meet increasing consumer demands
- Timelines & scope of data that will be included in the framework
- How to forge successful bank/fintech partnerships that build market share
- Planning risk mitigation strategies for data protection, privacy & liability concerns
- OPENING PANEL DISCUSSION: Privacy & openness – is the balance right?
- TECHNOLOGY LEADERS DISCUSSION: Modernising infrastructure to enable service and product innovation
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Building a financial services marketplace
- KEYNOTE: Building a comprehensive ecosystem of partnerships to accelerate transformation & innovation
- Open Data: Quality over quantity
- PANEL DISCUSSION: Managing the expectations of Open Banking adoption – what are the critical risk factors?
- Leveraging the explosion of data to concoct entirely novel digital products & services
- PANEL DISCUSSION: How to take a leading position & roll out a new API strategy
Lareina Wang is the Regional Head of Customer Strategy and Retail Propositions for HSBC in Asia. Prior to taking on this role in April, she was Head of FinTech Partnerships at HSBC UK. In that role she led on the selection of strategic FinTech partners to accelerate HSBC’s innovation agenda and led two successful tests within the FCA Regulatory Sandbox. Lareina was heavily involved in defining Open Banking strategy for HSBC UK.
Prior to that, Lareina managed the digital comercial performance in HSBC UK; she previously held marketing roles in HSBC, Barclays and Ogilvy.
Lareina holds a BA in English Literature and a MSc in International Marketing.
Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE), UK
Chris is a Chief Technology Officer with 30 years’ experience building high performance teams, platforms and products for global brands, across many sectors – including Retail, Consumer Goods, Travel, Leisure, and Financial Services. He has managed multi-million pound budgets and generated hundreds of millions in benefit for many of these brands.
Chris is currently leading the API teams at Open Banking, defining the API standards to meet the CMA remedies for Open Banking in the UK.
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Customer Owned Banking Association
Championing the customer owned model
The Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) is the industry advocate for Australia’s customer owned banking sector. Our vision is for COBA to be the recognised, successful and leading advocate for a more competitive retail banking sector and a champion of the benefits of the customer owned model.
The customer owned banking sector has grown significantly over the past year and COBA has been successful in running the consumer-focused ‘Own Your Banking’ campaign and achieving some big wins for our members. Our video below celebrates our 2017-18 achivements.