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Banking 2023: Time of Transition

Banking 2023: Time of Transition

19 April 2023

As technological advancements and changing consumer trends drive the digital economy, the future of banking is in the spotlight.

While digital innovation presents many opportunities, the banking landscape also faces strong economic headwinds plus the demands of the transition to net zero, the next phase of the transformation of the payments system, and an increasingly sophisticated scam and cyber threat environment.

Join Australia’s banking leaders and industry experts for the ABA’s Banking Conference – Banking 2023: Time of Transition – for two days of insights and analysis to help you navigate this dynamic and uncertain landscape.

 

Preliminary Program

Banking 2023 – Time of Transition

Day 1: Wednesday 7 June
Registration open from 8am

8.45am

Welcome and official open

8.50am

Welcome To Country
Indigenous Land Council Leader

9.05am

Opening Address

9:30am

Future Focus for the Banking Industry
– Peter King, Westpac
– Marnie Baker, Bendigo
– Anna Bligh, ABA

9:50am

Panel: Role of Regulation in Uncertain Economic Times
– Joe Longo, ASIC
– John Lonsdale, APRA
– Michelle Bullock. RBA

10.40am

Morning Tea

11.10am

Panel: Global Impact, The Path Forward
– Ben Jarman, JP Morgan
Additional panellists to be advised

11.40am

Fireside chat: Digital Transformation

– Duncan Taylor, Microsoft
– To be advised

12.10pm

Panel: Climate Transition

– Andrew White, Baringa
– Graham Sinden, APRA
– Alexander Pui, CBA
– Mark Burgess, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
– Paul Dobbs, Suncorp Group

12.40pm

Networking Lunch

1.25pm

Panel: Operational Resilience 
– Edward Emanuel, Oliver Wyman
– Mandy Khanna, MyState

2.00pm

Impact of the Quality of Advice Review
– Michelle Levy, Allens

2:20pm

Fireside Chat – Competition and Fairness

2.50pm

Consumer Credit Data

3.15pm

Afternoon Tea

3:45pm

Stream 1: Payments 
Lessons from Europe
– 
Ben Matthews, Baringa

Stream 2: Climate
NetZero, principles for responsible banking

Stream 3: Scams and Fruad
Hi Mum- Scams Responsibility
– Natalie Faulkner/ Harriet Tennet, KPMG

4.00pm

Stream 1: Payments
Digital Assests, secure lending and enforcement
– Lee Pascoe, Norton Rose

Stream 2: Climate
Future of agri in climate transition

Stream 3: Scams and Fruad
Cybersecurity deep dive
– Sarah Carney, Chief Techinical Officer, Microsoft

4.15pm

Stream 1: Payments 
CBDC and future of payments
– Ryan McQueen, Accenture

Stream 2: Climate 
Is TNFD the new TCFD
– Sarah Barker, Minter Ellison

Stream 3: Scams and Fruad
Cyber resilience – critical issue from board level down
– John Macpherson, Ashurst

4.30pm

Stream 1: Payments 
Banking and Payments Systems in the Cloud- BustingRegulatory Myths

– Julian Busic, AWS

Stream 2: Climate 
Navigating ESG ratings and avoiding greenwashing
– Claire Rodgers, KWM

Stream 3: Scams and Fraud

Digital identity
– Annabel Griffin, KWM

4.45pm

Stream 1: Payments 
Navigating bias in machine learning and artificual intelligence (AI)
– James Gordon, Oliver Wyman

Stream 2: Climate 
Nature and Financial instituations impacts and opportunities
– Jason Eis, McKinsey

Stream 3: Scams and Fruad
Digital Security
– Robert Martin, Cyber Security Lead Oceania, EY

5.00pm

Pre Dinner Drinks

6.00pm

Dinner with Guest Speaker

9.00pm

Event concludes

Banking 2023 – Time of Transition

Day Two: Thursday 8 June
Registration open from 8am

8.50am

Connect to Country

9.10am

Panel: The Australian Economy –
What Next and How Banking’s Future Business Model Can Respond

– PWC Amy Auster
Additional panellists to be advised

9:40am

Panel: Australia’s financial system in the wake of offshore banking challenges. 

– Ian Paterson, KWM
– Jo Dodd, KWM
– Max Allen, KWM

Moderator: Berkeley Cox, KWM

10.10am

The Changing Security Landscape
– Jacqui Kernot, Accenture

10.30am

Digital Trust
– Olivia Loadwick, McKinsey

10.50am

Morning Tea

11.20am

The risk of polycrises or the uncomfortable truth about ESG

11.45am

Data opportunities and responsibilities
– Narelle Smythe, Ashurst
– Geoff McGrath, Ashurst

12.15pm

Womens Financial Safety 

– Catherine Fitzpatrick
– Julia Inman Grant, E-safety commissioner
– Leif Gamersfelder, CBA

Moderator: Claudine Salameh, Norton Rose

12.50pm

Networking Lunch

1.35pm

Indigenous Banking

2:05pm

Unlock future potential through P&C
– Carla Murray, KPMG

2.40pm

Leadership – Pragmatic Thinking
– Darren Hill

3.15pm

Afternoon Tea

3:45pm

Safeguarding Australia

– Andrew Eastwood, HSF
– Nicole Rose, AUSTRAC

4.20pm

Striking in the Right Reg Balance
– Alina Humphreys, Partner Fin Services, EY
– Anthony Shaw, CEO HSBC

5.00pm

ABA CEO Thanks
Anna Bligh, ABA

5.10pm

Closing Drinks

6.30pm

Event concludes

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