About this webinar
With the Open Banking implementation of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) in Australia, there are more opportunities than ever to deliver personalised products and services based on consumer-permissioned data. Leveraging these opportunities requires understanding of the current pre-open banking ecosystem and how it will evolve to meet ACCC regulations for data security, privacy, and consumer protection. As the global market leading platform for open banking, Envestnet | Yodlee is hosting a webinar where we’ll discuss how you can build an intuitive, trust-inspiring consumer experience that not only meets, but exceeds, ACCC regulations. We invite you to join us.
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Tonia has a vast background in BFSI in Australia having held senior roles in two of the largest banks and federal govt. Tonia is currently running Envestnet Yodlee’s Product vision as well as the Open Banking program in Australia and New Zealand.
Nathan is a 3x entrepreneur, speaker, writer, and impact focused startup investor. He's worked with federal govts, major corporations, startups and research and policy institutes around the globe. The models and methods he's developed have become integral to UK Open Banking and the Australian CDR
Jamie is the Founder of Open Data Australia™ and has experienced a diverse corporate career, holding senior roles across banking, technology, defence, and telecommunications sectors. She has worked with numerous banking brands on re-designing and engineering their open banking solutions and policies
Brian is currently focused on building open data programs to empower consumers to access, use and share their data held by their institutions for Envestnet | Yodlee. He is an expert thought-leader, writer, and presenter on innovation in financial services, incl. fintech and open banking.
FST Media produces successful technology events and industry insights for financial services and government sectors across Asia Pacific.
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