Fund Tech
5Sep
Sep 04, 2018 - Sep 05, 2017 Grace Hotel, Sydney

This independent, comprehensive and timely event aims to highlight the latest developments and future trends in innovation and technology as it applies to Australian Superfunds as they face a challenging era of increased regulatory scrutiny, competition, investment complexity, an expanding retiree sector, industry disruptors and heightened member expectations.

05thSeptember 2018 - Day 2

Participants registration and refreshments.

Chairman’s address to the gathering.

Chairman:

  • Stephen Huppert, Consultant

 

Latest insights and updates into the expanding new breed of superannuation businesses and impact on traditional superfunds.

 Panellists:

  • Clayton Daniel, CEO and Founder, Sprout Superannuation
  • Jon Holloway, Co-Founder, Zuper 

 MODERATOR:

  • Marie-Anne Lampotang, General Manager,Sydney, Stone & Chalk
  • Andrea Culligan, Entrepreneur

Fintechs don’t need to be a competitor, but can also present an opportunity to augment their capability and customer offerings via partnerships more rapidly than is possible internally.  There are, however, often some challenges in fintech collaborations and often these arrangements can fail.  We’ll explore what it takes to engineer a successful collaboration and some of the common pitfalls to avoid.

Panellists:

  • Josh Golombick, Co-Founder, Plenty Wealth
  • Ben Ford, Head of Sales, Yodlee

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

Software is eating the world. Every company is becoming a software company, and that’s particularly true for super funds.

So with that in mind and as we move further into the digital age, super funds must then look at risks the same way software companies do.

Managing Director of Kamino and Midwinter, Julian Plummer will undertake a live hack of a super fund HQ via a spear fishing attack on stage and demonstrate just how vulnerable superfunds are to cyber security risks. Attend this session to hear from a cyber security expert, how to best protect your fund and its members from cyber breaches.

 

Speaker:

  • Julian Plummer, Founder, Midwinter
  • Key jobs to be done for IT Leadership
  • Data that shows how High-Performance teams are outperforming their low performing peers
  • Which competency areas need to be developed to evolve engineering effectiveness
  • How to evolve those competency areas
  • How to address concerns about organisational culture, change management, comms & engagement when going through a transformation program

Speaker:

  • Marcio Sete, Head of Technology services, Elabor8

Lunch and Networking opportunity for participants.

The Consumer Data Right, Open Data, and Open Banking  will change the technical and competitive landscape for superannuation funds. The inevitable prospect of open super and pensions is primed to supercharge innovation and competition in the superannuation system. We’ll discuss why data has become such a valuable resource; take a look at the Open Banking and Consumer Data Right reforms (and what this means for superannuation funds), and then touch on some opportunities and challenges for the superannuation industry.

 

Speaker:

  • Jonathan Steffanoni , Principal Consultant, Legal & Risk,QMV Solutions

In this talk we will cover some myths about RPA and AI in financial services and provide a sense of what realistically can be achieved in terms of efficiency gains and how it can be achieved. We will demystify term AI and put it
into practical perspective of day-to-day business operations. We will discuss challenges in adoption of these new technologies as well as pave the way how to reap higher benefits by utilising RPA and AI technologies in superfunds.

Speaker:

  • PAVEL GIMELBERG ,Director, Intelligent Automation, EPAM Systems

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • Best practice use of data and personalisation to engage members around statements
  • Creating utility and member value through digital applications
  • Using content that enriches member/client experience

Speaker:

  • Mike Zeederberg, MD, Zuni
  • Mergers, consolidation and potential lending capacity of traditional superfunds
  • Impact of competition from industry disruptors
  • Anticipated outlook for robo advice and AI and other emerging technologies
  • Changing demographics, workplace dynamics and financial expectations

Panellists:

  • Greg Einfeld, Director, Plenty Wealth
  • Paul Cahill, Chief Executive Officer, Ness Superannuation
  • Jean-Luc Ambrosi, Executive General Manager Marketing,Telstra Super

Moderator:

  • Beverley Head,  Freelance Writer and Consultant
  • Closing remarks from the Chair and vote of thanks by the Chairman

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