Join our panel of experts from accounting practice, software platforms and data technology to learn how CDR & Open Banking is changing the lives of accountants and their clients. Hear from our industry experts, then join us for networking drinks at one of Sydney’s premier venues.
Open banking is changing the way consumers share their financial data in Australia, the UK, North America, and all over the world. But because each country is implementing open banking differently, it can be challenging to develop a global perspective. That’s why we’ve assembled a panel of global open banking experts who will discuss the similarities and differences between regions and highlight best practices for accessing financial data. Join us to see which data-sharing use cases are most successful in various countries, and get tips to make the most of the many opportunities ahead.
The Panel will be moderated by Richard Prior, CEO, FDATA in conversation with:
- Jeff Schulte, VP – Operations Scalability and Architecture, Envestnet | Yodlee
- Kat Cloud, Open Banking Compliance Principal Director – EMEA, Envestnet | Yodlee
- Dr. John Harrison, Senior Product Manager – Open Banking A/NZ, Envestnet | Yodlee
This is a free online event for anyone who is curious to discover open banking opportunities in your country and beyond. You’ll gain a global view of open banking. All welcome! This event is especially suitable for executives/founders at banks, non-bank lenders, fintechs and payments services companies, especially those in a digital transformation, growth, product, compliance, or data & analytics role.
Gain a global perspective on open banking, understand the similarities and differences between Australia, the UK, and North America, and learn about best practices, classic and emerging use cases, and access pathways.
Welcoming in the inaugural month and igniting excitement and enthusiasm for the limitless potential of the Consumer Data Right in Australia. This event is an opportunity to network, learn from industry leaders, and celebrate the progressive policy reform and Aussie innovation that the CDR represents.