Creating an Open Super World: How embracing the Consumer Data Right and real time payments can create new opportunities to engage and delight members.
Australia’s payments and banking landscape is facing unprecedented change and opportunity with the introduction of the New Payments Platform (NPP) and Open Data. These new capabilities are creating a hyper-connected, real-time world for funds, members and employers. For funds, these capabilities present an opportunity to create an ‘Open Super’ world, and to revolutionise how they interact with their customers – both members and employers – while driving significant operational efficiencies.
We invited you to join FEAL and KPMG for lunch, where Brett Watson, Head of Open Banking for KPMG, discussed the new legislation and what requirements and opportunities this creates for super funds. This was followed by Faith Forster, who leads KPMG Upstarts, their Digital Ventures capability. Faith discussed new ways to engage with your members whilst reducing operational costs.
Brett Watson, Head of Open Banking for KPMG
Brett’s leads KPMG’s Payments and Open Banking Consulting team. He has over 25 years experience including 10 in consulting as well as executive roles in payments, digital and technology at National Australia Bank and Westpac.
Faith Forster, Founder, KPMG Upstarts
Faith founded and leads KPMG Upstarts, KPMG’s Digital Ventures capability. We co-create new digital businesses bringing the startup mindset and approach to established businesses looking to launch new propositions. We are currently working on ventures across Banking, Insurance, Aged Care, Transport and Agriculture.
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Date: Monday 17th February
Address: Tower Two, Collins Square, 727 Collins Street, Level 36
Date: Wednesday 19th February
Address: Tower Three, International Towers, 300 Barangaroo Avenue, Level 38
Date: Friday 21st February
Address: 71 Eagle Street, Riparian Plaza, Level 16
Time: 12.15pm – 2.00pm
Cost: FEAL members $0
Non members $145 (inc GST)
*Eligibility: FEAL Members and Executives of not-for-profit superannuation funds