Thank you to those who attended our 2017 New Zealand Future of Finance Conference. It was a great opportunity to connect, exchange and network with global and local experts as well as industry leaders on financial innovation and technology changes.
Our flagship, must-attend event took place on 18th May 2017 at Auckland’s stylish and innovative Hilton Hotel.
Connect, exchange, network:
View the agenda for the day
Meet out carefully selected group of speakers - brought together under one roof to communicate within a highly interactive and top-quality setting.
The conference will kick off with event registration from 8:15am on 18 May. The conference officially begins at 8:45am.
To view the event agenda, please click here https://cfaconference.org.nz/the-agenda/
For general directions to the Hilton, please visit the Hilton website.
For those arriving by car please note that there is only self-paid valet parking available on-site at the hotel. However there is public parking available:
- Closest public parking (3-5 minute walk): Wilson Parking on Quay street
- Most cost efficient parking within walking distance (5-10 minute walk): Downtown Carpark
Finally, in preparation for the event, if you have any additional questions or comments, please email us at email@example.com or call 0223972968
We look forward to seeing you there!
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We have a limited number of tickets available.
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Paul Salisbury (Head of Emerging Technologies, 3Months; Blockchain Trainer at Tech Futures Lab), Fran Strajnar (CEO, Techemy Limited), Stephen Macaskill (President, Blockchain Association of New Zealand) and Mark Pascall (Director, 3months.com; Co-Founder, Blockchainlabs.nz) will all be speaking at the CFA Society New Zealand "Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services" conference on 18 May at the Auckland Hilton.
Over the past few years, artificial intelligence (AI) services have become one of the primary tools in making common sense of the vast reams of data being created every day. Banks are generally portrayed as being out of fashion, and too slow to react to take advantage of the opportunities in the digital arena.
Less than a week until the CFA Society New Zealand "Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services" conference in Auckland on 18 May. Secure your registration here:
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Chris Brycki will be speaking on 18 May 2017 at the CFA Society New Zealand "Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services" conference in Auckland.
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The conference agenda is completed and will also be available at https://pigeonhole.at/ from 15th May. The conference will be have Interactive Q&A capability using PigeonHole. Registrants will be provided with the Event Passcode on the 15th May to lock in the URL on the appliance they will be using at the conference as well as the ability to familiarise themselves with and test the application.
The Federal Reserve wants to give input on future rules governing how technology companies move into consumer lending markets, Fed Governor Lael Brainard said on 28 April.
It's exactly two weeks until the CFA Society's very first NZ Future of Finance Conference on "Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services"!
Inaugural New Zealand Future of Finance Conference – Secure your opportunity to:
- Inaugural New Zealand Future of Finance Conference – Secure your opportunity to:
- Meet a wide range of both New Zealand-based and international specialists in their respective fields;
- Interact around a diverse and topical agenda;
- Focus on networking with opportunities before, during and after the conference;
- CPD Credit provided with 7 CPD hours for full attendance (or part thereof), where relevant to your professional practise.
WHO WAS THERE?
Leaders and executives from the corporate sector;
New Zealand policy makers, senior advisers, consultants and regulators;
Senior representatives from major New Zealand legal, accountancy, broking and banking organisations;
Research, Investment Banking and Corporate Finance Analysts;
Members of the CFA Institute and CFA Society New Zealand, Institute of Finance Professionals New Zealand and Authorised Financial Advisers.