2018 LIXI Forum and AGM
The LIXI community is truly a digital ecosystem – a growing number of connections in an ever-evolving series of interfaces enabling innovation. The growing importance of data and the governance around it make standardisation ever more important.
LIXI’s delivery of value continues to increase, and current events reinforce the importance of our objectives. Lower costs, increased agility, improved compliance, and better risk mitigation are benefits that our community are realising from their involvement in LIXI. Our support for API-first development throughout the industry continues to accelerate industry interconnectivity.
This industry-leading event was held in Sydney on Wednesday 21st November 2018 and was extremely well attended. The delegates heard from thought leaders about the latest events in the lending industry, developments in standards, and all things LIXI.
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Date(s) - 21/11/2018
8:45 am - 6:00 pm
Location Sheraton on the Park
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|08:45||Registration and welcome coffee|
|09:00||Welcome & Opening Comments from Stephen Moore, LIXI Chair and Shane Rigby, LIXI CEO|
|09:15||The Lending Industry – An Ever Changing Regulatory & Systems Landscape
|10:30||Networking Morning Tea|
|11:00||LIXI Keynote: Lowering costs, increasing agility, improving compliance and mitigating risks
Attendance available to Nominated Representatives of LIXI Member organisations
|13:30||Open Banking and the Impact on the Lending Industry
|15:15||Fintech Showcase – Innovative ways that providers are improving the customer experience.
|16:15||Champagne Roundtable – The future of standards – hosted by Sandstone Technology|
|17:00||Networking Drinks provided by Lendi|
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|Stephen Moore – Chairman at LIXI and CEO at Choice
Stephen is a Financial Services professional with over 25 years experience in leadership across distribution, product, operations and strategy, uniquely within wealth management, banking and broking.
Stephen was integrally involved in NAB’s acquisition of the Challenger Mortgage Management businesses, set up Advantedge Financial Solutions, including an advice dealership devoted to broker businesses and is now CEO, Choice Aggregation, a leader in the finance broking industry.
Stephen is a Director and Responsible Manager of BLSSA, Australia’s largest Australian Credit Licence holder; Chair of LIXI, the industry data standards Board; Director of realestate.com.au Home Loans Mortgage Broking and a member of the MFAA National Aggregators Committee.
Stephen has a real passion for 3rd party distribution and small business in particular.
|Shane Rigby – CEO at LIXI
Shane is passionate about technology and how new technologies can solve business problems in exciting and often unexpected ways. He has strong experience in understanding how teams interact with the technologies they use, and driving greater productivity with the careful application of technology solutions.
Shane is a strong technology leader, having proved himself as a business analyst and developer before successfully leading program delivery across multiple areas in a global bank. He was responsible for the finance regulatory reporting platforms across Asia-Pacific as well as dealing with the regulatory issues surrounding the off-shoring of resources around the globe.
|Mike Felton – CEO at MFAA
Mike joined the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) as Chief Executive Officer in 2016.
Mike brings almost 30 years’ experience in financial services to the role, having held
diverse senior roles in financial markets, treasury, auto and asset finance, and project
Over the course of his career, Mike has pursued broad-focus roles in high-change
environments in Australia and overseas, in which he has developed and implemented
strategies to drive organisational change.
|Elise Ivory – Partner at Dentons
Elise is a partner in the Banking and Finance practice of Dentons in Sydney. Elise works as part of
the regulation and compliance team alongside Jon Denovan.
Elise’s expertise includes advising on all aspects of regulation and distribution including the National
Consumer Credit Protection Act (in particular responsible lending, credit contracts and the National
Credit Code); advising on e-lending initiatives including verification of identity; drafting, reviewing and
advising on lender agreements, broker agreements and other distribution agreements; creating and
maintaining document and procedure manuals for many of Australia’s leading lenders for retail,
commercial and corporate lending; product development, and advising on Privacy Act compliance.
Elise has acted for many of the major banks, private lenders, mortgage brokers, originators,
aggregators and securitised programs.
|David Dee – Managing Director at RFi Roundtables
David Dee is the Managing Director of RFi Roundtables, the organization responsible for distribution of the HEM and industry liaison with the Melbourne Institute, the producers of the HEM. He was closely involved in the specification and development of the original HEM back in 2011 and has maintained a close association with the benchmark since then. Most recently he has led the industry discussions associated with the latest upgrades to the HEM, and the development of a set of industry guidelines aimed at standardizing HEM usage. David has over 25 years’ experience in Financial Service consulting and business intelligence in a variety of markets in Europe, Asia and Australasia.
|Tom Bentley – Head of Sales – Australia at Temenos
Tom Bentley has been the Head of Sales in Australia since July 2017 across Australia and New Zealand. Tom joined Temenos in 2010 and has a number of key roles across the UK, Singapore and Australia with a particular focus on cloud and digital strategies. He was part of the acquisition team that bought Rubik Financial in May 2017 as part of the investment of Temenos into Australia.
|Daniel Price – Chief Experience and Information Officer at Tic:Toc
Daniel is a leading expert in transforming traditional paper based systems into enhanced digital customer experiences; having aligned 16 unique pieces of technology in his role as CXIO at Tic:Toc to almost entirely eliminate a paper based home loan application – a world first.
A technical communications specialist, Daniel specialises in making the complex simple. He has commercial experience in funds management, loans underwriting and securitisation, with his expertise in digital loan origination and digitised risk management leading him to co-found Tic:Toc, the world’s first instant home loan.
|David Maher LLB – Legal Practitioner Director at LeadPoint Digital Mortgage Services
David is the Legal Practitioner Director of LeadPoint Digital Mortgage Services (LeadPoint DMS), a
Legal and Fintech practice that has developed and successfully deployed it’s Digital WebMortgages
Service (Microsoft Azure) via API’s to Banks and loan origination platforms such as Illion and IRESS.
Recent clients include Tic Toc Homeloans and RACQ Bank.
The WebMortgages Service produces and returns branded and white label Loan Contract and
security “Doc Packs” to Lender’s platforms or e-signing platforms within an instant of receiving a LIXI
2 file via our API. Digital fulfilment services are also provided.
David is a member of the LIXI Technical and Intellectual Property Sub-Committees and actively
contributes to the development of the LIXI Standards and Schemas. WebMortgages was developed
in LIXI 2 and utilises the Documents and Settlements Sub-Schema (DAS).
|Mike Booth – Director, Advisory at EY
Mike is a Director within EY’s Advisory practice, specialising in transformational data and analytics services globally to clients in the Financial Services Industry. Mike has developed strategy, operating models, policy and technology solutions to enable greater customer engagement, enhanced credit and risk management, and data-enabled change.
Mike is leading the Open Data initiative for EY’s clients in Australia, bringing his global experience from Australia, United Kingdom, United States, and Europe. He is actively engaged across Australia on identifying the opportunities which will emerge as a result of Open Data, in addition to the impact of delivering against the Open Data regime announced by the Australian Government.
|John Heaton – Chief Technology Officer at Moneycatcha
John is a results orientated technology leader with 20+ years of multinational experience. He is focused on building productive teams to deliver innovative products using emerging technologies. From his consulting background with Fortune 500 companies, John brings a wealth of industry experience to solve complicated business problems from concept through to implementation.
|Kristi Salmi – Head of Product and Data Science at Moneycatcha
Kristi has over 12 years experience in financial services in various roles such as Credit Analysis Manager, Credit Risk Analyst and Information Architect. Through these various roles Kristi has significant project and product experience in Loan Origination, Operational and Management Reporting and Regulatory Compliance. As the Head of Product at Moneycatcha, Kristi uses this experience to liase with clients and develop innovative technology to support real world challenges.
|Brian Steele – Head of Commercial Origination at Macquarie Business Bank and CEO of Kubio
Kubio’s purpose is to help grow the finance broker industry. One of the problems we help clients solve is how to efficiently build, analyse & share lending deals using digital tools. Connecting the multiple parties associated with these deals is both a challenge and an opportunity. In our opinion, the LIXI journey is a critical component to realising the opportunity.
|Wayne Robinson – Chief Technology Officer of CashDeck
Wayne leads a team of developers, data analysts and support staff in providing data feeds, consulting services, software and app technology to credit and advice-based businesses across Australia. Wayne entered the financial services industry in 2006 and his key focus is the aggregation, analysis and presentation of data to streamline business processes. Currently, data for more than 4 million client accounts flows through InvestmentLink and CashDeck platforms.
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