162 Quay Street
162 Quay Street, Auckland CBD Auckland 1010, New Zealand

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Event Date Tue Apr 7 NZST (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Mon Apr 6 4:00pm - Tue Apr 7 1:00am
Location 162 Quay Street
Auckland CBD Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Region APAC

The summit will focus on the ever-evolving banking landscape in New Zealand with a broad with a focus on innovation within the financial services industry.
Within the current low rate environment it is crucial that financial services players, both incumbent and traditional, are thinking beyond price to deliver real value to customers. At the same time, consumer attitudes towards traditional banking products are changing as more challenger brand get set to enter the market. To compete, financial service providers must innovate in both product design and service delivery.
Discussions at the event will centre around how innovation is changing the consumer mind-set in New Zealand and what we can learn from other markets and industries.

Key themes:
• Global and local progress update on Open Banking
• Serving banking customers of tomorrow
• Payments innovation – contactless payments and mobile wallets
• BNPL services and Non-traditional Credit
• Neobanks - the new frontiers of banking
• Riding the wave of data
• Cross-border and travel payments
• Learnings from innovation in adjacent industries


2020 Speakers

Anhar Khanbhai
Head of Communications, Transferwise

Ben Speedy
New Zealand Country Manager, CoreLogic

Jonathan Kelly
Chief Growth and Innovation Officer, flexigroup

John O'Sullivan
Managing Director - NZ, Zip Co

James Brown
General Manager, FintechNZ

Kate Wilson
Deputy GM - ANZ, RFi Group

Nick Goodall
Head of Research, CoreLogic

Paul Carle
Head of Customer Relations, ANZ

Richard Jarrett
Deputy CIO, Westpac NZ

Sponsors & Partners

2020 Sponsor and Partner

• CoreLogic

• New Zealand Bankers Association