Fintech Series - Part One: COVID-19 Impact on Industry

Fintech Series - Part One: COVID-19 Impact on Industry
In partnership with Emerging Payments Association Asia, this webinar will discuss how the current pandemic has affected the industry and the Parliamentary inquiry. pastevent
WEBINAR
Industry Series: Fintech


PART ONE: How COVID-19 has Brought the Future Forward in Australia, Asia and America


In Partnership with Emerging Payments Association Asia

 


About the Webinar

AmCham and the Emerging Payment Association Asia (EPA Asia) are collaborating in a three-event series looking at the effect COVID-19 has had on the financial service industry and how financial technology firms are living through these unprecedented times.

Financial Technology (FinTech) is at the centre of digital product and service delivery advances across many industries. Australian companies are constantly adopting and applying fintech solutions to grow their businesses, create jobs and provide the services demanded by their customers.

In part one of this webinar series, we present Senator Andrew Bragg, Chair of the Australian Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology, in conversation with Ben Heap, Executive Chairman of fintech-focused venture capital fund H2 Ventures.

They will discuss how the current pandemic has impacted the industry and the Parliamentary inquiry, and take questions from the participants. Having recently recovered from COVID-19 himself, the senator will be uniquely positioned to provide insights during this health crisis.

In addition to our webinar series, FinTech Australia has partnered with Tier One People to launch a FinTech Talent Market in response to increasing job losses during the COVID-19 crisis. The marketplace, run through LinkedIn Groups, aims to connect people in the FinTech community who have lost their jobs to FinTech companies with jobs. Apply to join the programme.


Speakers

Senator Andrew Bragg, Liberal Senator for NSW
Chair of the Australian Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology


Andrew Bragg is a Liberal Senator for New South Wales.

Andrew started his career at Ernst & Young and went on to work in senior roles at the Financial Services Council and the Business Council of Australia.

As an author specialising in economic, foreign and trade policy, Andrew regularly contributes for the Australian Financial Review, Daily Telegraph, The Australian, ABC and Sky News.

Andrew was the National Director of the 2017 Liberals & Nationals for Yes campaign in support of same sex marriage.

Andrew's passion for public policy stems from his belief a strong economy is the basis of a just society. He wants to see NSW continue to benefit from the strong economic leadership of the Morrison Liberal Government.


Ben Heap, Executive Chairman
H2 Ventures


Ben Heap is a founding partner of H2 Ventures, a fintech focused venture capital investment firm, a non-executive director and a member of the Commonwealth Government’s Fintech Advisory Group. He was previously CEO of UBS Global Asset Management in Sydney and a managing director with UBS in New York.


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About EPA Asia

The Emerging Payments Association Asia’s (EPA Asia) goal is to unify the payments agenda in the region, drive business development and improve the regulatory landscape for all organisations within the payments value chain.

EPA Asia is a community of payments professionals whose goals are to strengthen and expand the payments industry to benefit all stakeholders. They run an inclusive programme of activities for members, which addresses key areas impacting the industry.


Webinar Details

Date Wednesday 6 May 2020
Time 11am - 12pm AEST
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When
6/05/2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where
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Wednesday, 06 May 2020

 
Time
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
6/05/2020 11:00 AM

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