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CDR Showcase 2023

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FinTech Australia is pleased to present the CDR Showcase as the marquee closing event of the CDR Month initiative. 

This half-day conference, followed by networking drinks, will highlight potential Consumer Data Right use-cases and commercial opportunities. Local and international experts, policy makers and founders will take to the stage to discuss the future of the CDR and showcase the most exciting emerging use cases.

It will capture a broad audience spanning the digital economy, including companies interested in but not yet fully harnessing the CDR. This event will provide opportunities for players from across this burgeoning ecosystem to connect and discuss the vast opportunities CDR provides. 

A unique feature of the event will be a 'use case showcase' pitch-style session where founders will present on stage about the CDR powered use cases they are building and bringing to market. These will cover payments, lending, climatetech, financial management, financial literacy and other exciting use cases.

Rub shoulders with leaders in Australia's fintech sector and beyond as we delve into the limitless potential of CDR. 


Session 1 - Keynote address: Australia’s Consumer Data-sharing Regime – A World-Leading Sanitation System for the Digital Economy
  • Scientia Professor Ross Buckley, UNSW

Ross is an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow and a Scientia Professor at UNSW Sydney. His field is the regulation of FinTech. His work is among the most frequently downloaded and cited in the world and he has twice been a Fulbright Scholar, at Yale & Duke.

Session 2 - Panel: CDR and the future of payments

The much anticipated 'action initiation' under the Consumer Data Right is on the way, with legislation in Parliament and fresh funding in the recent Federal Budget. Hear from Australian payments leaders about the opportunities of 'write access' and how it will transform the payments landscape.

  • Simone Joyce, Founder & CEO at Paypa Plane
  • Katrina Stuart, General Manager Business Payments at Australian Payments Plus
  • Trevor Wistaff, Founder at Zepto
  • Christian Westerlind Wigstrom, Founder & CEO at Monoova
Session 3: Founder use case showcase 'pitch' session

Founders at the leading edge of CDR will take to the stage to present about the exciting CDR powered use cases they are building and bringing to market.

  • Sherlok
  • Waave
  • Greener
  • WeMoney
  • Zembl
  • Stay or Go
Afternoon tea
Session 4 - Panel: From compliance to creation: How banks are taking advantage of CDR

Hear from the banks leading the way as they transition from implementation and compliance to using CDR to power better products and experiences for their customers.

  • Brenton Charnley, Head of Open Banking at Mastercard
  • Howard Silby, Chief Innovation Officer at NAB
  • Chris Malcolm, General Manager - Open Banking at P&N Group
  • Tonia Berglund, Head of Strategic Initiatives at Equifax
Session 5 -  Fireside chat: International perspectives and opportunities, featuring Open Banking UK

Join us for a fireside chat with Richard Koch from Open Banking UK to discuss the global open data revolution, how Australia's Consumer Data Right compares with other international approaches and what has driven the success of the UK's regime.

  • Richard Koch, Senior Policy Lead at Open Banking UK (formerly OBIE)
  • Lars Leber, Vice President Australia, RoW & Global Expansion at Intuit
  • Jodi Ross, Head of Open Banking Legal and Compliance at Tic:Toc
Closing session - Networking drinks

Date: Thursday, 29th June 2023
Time: 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM (AEST)

Format: Half-day conference followed by networking drinks
Venue: Doltone House Hyde Park
Hyde Park Ballroom
Level 3, 181 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

For more information on the CDR Month initiative and program of events, visit the website here.

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