Join us to learn about how to accelerate your journey to becoming an Open Banking Data Recipient. These two webinars will dive deep into the technology, processes and partners that can reduce the cost and complexity of becoming an Open Banking Data Recipient. The first webinar will cover how Payble built their Open Banking solution with their network of partners (Adatree, DNX, AssuranceLab, Astero) using the partners’ Consumer Data Rights (CDR) in a box solution. The second webinar will cover the practical steps that helped Zepto become an Accredited Data Recipient, the partners involved and what is required to pass an Open Banking audit.
Elliott Donazzan, Co-founder and Managing Director, Payble
Founding Payble in 2020, Elliott’s vision is to create a future where missed or late payments are a thing of the past, by delivering consumers a better way to pay and manage their bills. Prior to Payble, Elliott was Director of Innovation at ASX-listed Identitii.
James Andrew-Smith, CTO and co-founder, Payble
James is the CTO and co-founder of Payble, an Australian Fintech using Open Banking to deliver consumers a better way to pay and manage their bills. Bringing over 20 years experience building industry leading teams, technology and customer experiences. Before joining Payble, James was CIO at ASX-listed Identitii. A regtech who are eliminating AML and CTF risk with compliance software deployed at Tier 1 financial institutions.
Trevor Wistaff, Co-founder and CTO, Zepto
For the past 15 years, Trevor has held key IT roles both in-house and as a consultant, notably within the tourism industry for Byron Bay companies Mojosurf and Skydive Australia, where he met his now co-founders in Zepto, Matt Cheers, Adrian Kennedy and Ian Lennie. Zepto’s Open Banking and real-time payments ecosystem uses secure connectivity and data insights, together with traditional and real-time payments rails, to deliver a direct entry banking solution for the digital economy.
Paul Wenham, Co-founder and CEO, AssuranceLab
Paul is the Co-founder and CEO of AssuranceLab, a modern assurance firm providing accreditations for the consumer data right and global standards. He was previously a Manager at PwC, working for large global organisations across Australia, Europe and the U.S.
Sandeep Kumar, CEO and Founder, Astero
Sandeep is the CEO and Founder of Astero, Australia’s leading cyber security firm specialising in Open Banking and the CDR. He was previously the Head of Technology Risk at the neobank Volt, a Senior Manager at the Commonwealth Bank and has held senior positions at Westpac and Deloitte.
Helder Klemp, Co-founder and CEO, DNX Solutions
Helder Klemp is the co-founder and CEO of DNX Solutions, a cloud-native focused company and AWS Advanced Consulting Partner that supports customers to adopt, evolve, or operate cloud solutions. In the Open Banking space, DNX Solutions designs and builds compliant and Well-Architected cloud and data infrastructure for ADR applicants, providing security, reliability, and cloud foundations for a turnkey compliant CDR environment. Helder has 20 years of experience in software design, development, integration.
Jill Berry, Co-founder and CEO, Adatree
Jill Berry is the CEO and co-founder of Adatree, an Australian financial technology company at the forefront of the Consumer Data Right (CDR). Adatree is Australia’s first accredited and active intermediary and has been a CDR pioneer since mid-2019. Jill previously helped build two new fully licensed banks, Tyro and Volt, and has more than 10 years experience developing products in regulated environments.
Darren Booth, Partner and National Head of Cyber Security and Privacy, RSM Australia
Darren is a Partner at RSM Australia and the National Head of Cyber Security and Privacy. With a special focus on FinTechs and the financial services industry, he has worked on an extensive range of CPS 234 information security engagements and provided Consumer Data Right (CDR) information security accreditation assurance for 8 of the 14 FinTech ADRs. Darren is currently working with over 30 ADR applicants on the design, implementation, or assurance of their CDR information security controls.