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SydETM October (RegTech)

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In the wake of the Royal Banking Commission, the regtech space has become one to watch. So how do you drive innovation within a regulated environment? What role can technology play to drive better customer outcomes?

To help us understand how corporates are thinking about this challenge, we have two amazing panelists:


Elliot Cousins, Executive Manager, Partnerships @ CBA Business Banking

Elliot firmly believes that collaboration beats competition hands down, and that those who will excel in business over the coming years will be the ones who are able to collaborate better their rivals. Starting his career in investment banking, Elliot has held executive, board and advisory roles across banking, fintech and consulting, and currently heads up Partnerships for CBA’s business and private division.

An active contributor to, and ambassador for the thriving Sydney startup scene, he is a passionate advocate of the importance of corporate venturing and strategic partnerships between corporates and startups. Elliot is especially focused on digital disruption within global financial services, and how collaboration between incumbents and startups is vital to reshape tired business models and push customer experience to new levels.

Dan Canham, Head of Accelerator, Technology & Innovation @ TAL

Dan Canham currently heads the innovation accelerator at TAL. TAL’s flagship accelerator program brings cross functional teams together to fast-track ideas to market using Human Centred Design, Agile Delivery and extensive testing with customers through TAL’s experience lab. Dan is also a part-time Instructor at General Assembly. Prior to joining TAL, Dan was Head of Brand at Samsung Electronics Australia and worked with the Beanstalk Factory – an innovation consultancy firm that helps large organisations innovate. Dan also worked briefly as an intrapreneur at IAG, responsible for launching new innovative and disruptive products. Across 2015-2017, Dan founded a non-for-profit, purpose driven, online community encouraging men to tell their stories, connect and give advice to other men who have lost loved ones.

Moderated by Billy Wong, RegTech Lead @ KPMG

Bill Wong is the RegTech Lead at KPMG, advising clients on risk, strategy and technology to enhance and transform their business. Prior to KPMG, Bill has worked in Strategy & Implementation for a RegTech, Red Marker, was in the Strategy team at a Big 4 Bank and across Risk & Advisory at a consultancy.


We also have some all-star regtech startups showing how they are making it easier to respond to regulatory requirements.

Advice RegTech - Samantha Clarke, Founder & CEO

25 years financial services experience spanning strategy, product development, policy, government & regulator relations, marketing, distribution and digital for multi-nationals, NFPs and start-ups. Her work has been recognised with industry awards for Leadership, Compliance Innovation, and Industry Advocacy, including being named as the 2018 Innovator of the Year by Money Management & Super Review.

Advice RegTech was featured at ASIC’s inaugural RegTech showcase in 2017, is a founding member of the RegTech Association and a member of FinTech Australia.

Payshield - Dmitri Muntean, Founder & MD

Payshield is a PCI DSS solutions company that provides cutting-edge payment solutions that help organisations reduce their compliance scope and improve business performance and customer experience. We firmly believe that PCI DSS compliance can be an enabler rather than a roadblock. Our solutions are unique in offering functionality and flexibility simply not available in the current market. Innovative technology developed by Payshield has proven itself in banks, telcos and government agencies across Australia.

Simple KYC - Eric Frost, Founder & CEO

Simple KYC provides software to financial institutions to automate the onboarding of new customers in order to meet their anti-money laundering “know your customer requirements” for commercial entities (companies, trusts, partnerships, etc). Simple KYC is based at Stone & Chalk.

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