FinTech Regulatory Roundtable Open Banking Panel

Mon 21 May 12:30 — 2pm

Bell Gully, 48 Shortland Street, Auckland, New Zealand

Open Banking panel with industry and regulators
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Lunch followed by a panel discussion on open banking, including who should be in charge - regulator or industry? And what regulator anyway? What are the risks and opportunities of open banking, and what can we learn from other jurisdictions.


Kindly sponsored and hosted by Bell Gully

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Andrew is a technology lawyer at Hudson Gavin Martin in Auckland, where he regularly advises and presents on FinTech issues.

Before returning to NZ last year he spent four years leading the FinTech and Innovation practice in the legal team at Barclays Bank in London, and was closely involved in preparatory work around Open Banking, as well as many of the bank’s other strategic innovation projects.

Andrew is also a member of the Core Working Group of Fintech NZ.
Ben Lynch is the founder of Jude, an open data platform empowering consumers with transparency, choice and control over their personal financial data.
Poppy is a senior policy advisor in MBIE’s financial markets policy team. She leads MBIE’s policy work on fintech, including on open banking. Before joining the financial markets policy team, Poppy worked in innovation policy and spent time in the Beehive as private secretary to the Minister of Science and Innovation.
Zoe Wallis heads up the Transactions and Payments business at Kiwibank where she is responsible for overseeing the bank's domestic payments solutions for customers including credit, debit and prepaid cards, as well as everyday banking. Prior to this Zoe was the Chief Economist at Kiwibank where she ran the economics team, producing forecasts and research on the NZ economy. Prior to joining Kiwibank, Zoe worked in a range of roles at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and worked in financial markets in London. Zoe is a CFA charter holder and has an honours degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Canterbury.
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