2019 LIXI Forum
After the success of last year’s forum, this year’s event promises to be bigger and better with more participants and an even busier agenda.
It’s been a challenging year in the lending industry. If you’re keen to network with industry thought leaders and the LIXI community whilst hearing about the latest events and future trends, then this event is not to be missed.
The introduction of parallel sessions will better cater to varied interests, and we’ve scheduled the forum in a less congested part of the calendar for most participants. Additionally, in order to allow the participants the best opportunity to network, the AGM will be held at a later date.
Welcome to LIXI Event Booking...
Date(s) - 18/09/2019
8:45 am - 6:00 pm
Location Fishburners - Sydney
Booking Option 1:
Are you a LIXI Member, LIXI Licensee or LIXI Approved Website User? If so, simply login to book a ticket using the member booking form.
Booking Option 2:
If you are not a LIXI Member, LIXI Licensee or LIXI Approved Website User please fill in the following form to book a ticket to the event.
|08:45||Registration and welcome breakfast|
|09:15||Welcome & Opening Comments from Stephen Moore, LIXI Chair and Shane Rigby, LIXI CEO|
|09:30||Session 1: Regulatory & Compliance Challenges in the Lending Industry
||10:45||Morning Tea||11:10||Session 2: Standards, standards everywhere
||12:30||Networking Lunch||13:30||Session 3: Verification – Challenges and Opportunities
||14:30||Afternoon Tea||14:50||Session 4: The Future of RegTech and FinTech
||16:00||Champagne Roundtable||16:30||Networking Drinks|
Sponsorship packages have not yet been released. Please contact Louise Harper via email at email@example.com if you are interested in sponsoring this flagship event.
|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.
Ian Pollari – Partner, KPMG; Co-Head, Global Fintech practice, KPMG International; Head of Banking, KPMG in Australia; Board member of Stone & Chalk and Finsia.
Ian has over 17 years’ experience servicing clients in the financial services industry and brings knowledge and insights into the experiences of local and international banks, payment providers and fintech start-ups in areas such as strategy development, market entry and digital innovation.
His work with financial institutions, in Australia and globally, includes enhancing their understanding of the fintech landscape and helping them develop their fintech and innovation strategies and operating models.
Ian has consulted to a number of Australia’s leading fintech companies and digital banks, supporting them to raise capital, develop their strategic plans, engage with regulators and establish partnerships. He has also advised Government and regulatory agencies in relation to fintech and digital developments.
Prior to joining KPMG, Ian worked at Telstra Corporation in Strategy for Business & Government.
|Steve Weston – Co-Founder and CEO of Volt bank
Steve has a wealth of industry experience, gleaned in senior leadership roles at a number of financial services organisations in Australia and overseas.
He was CEO of Mortgages at Barclays (UK) before heading home and co-founding Volt Bank.
Steve has built a reputation for building strong teams who, under his stewardship, have been at the forefront of regulatory change and introduced significant innovation into their respective markets, particularly via the use of technology and the leveraging of big data.
|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.
Stephen is a Director and Responsible Manager of BLSSA, Australia’s largest Australian Credit Licence holder; Chair of LIXI; 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.
|Our full speaker list is yet to be finalised – further announcements will be made in due course.
Although the exact mix changes from year to year, we get a wide variety of delegates – the types of roles last year were …..
If you would like further information please contact Louise Harper via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.