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Join us for the next instalment of our Future of Finance series across Australia. They will feature Rocky Scopelliti,
Global Industry Executive - Banking, Finance & Insurance at Telstra Global Enterprise Services and Telstra’s global industry thought leader in Financial Services, and a leading speaker from NPP Australia Limited.
Learn about Australia’s innovative new payments platform and how millennials behaviours are impacting the industry.
NPP Australia Limited is a company formed by the payments industry to build and operate the New Payments Platform (NPP). The NPP is Australia’s take on the real-time payments infrastructure being implemented overseas. Its layered business architecture will develop scale and efficiency, while supporting a diverse range of fast payments well into the future. Adrian will share the benefits of the investments that they have made in this new system for Australia.
As a thought leader in Telstra’s global industry for financial services, Rocky will discuss his current research based on ‘Millennials, Mobiles and Money’ – the forces reinventing financial services as well as next generation platforms, particularly around API’s. His research analyses where institutions will need to digitally transform in order to compete against platform-based and data-intensive models that are predicted to have the greatest disruptive impact.Speaker Bio
Global Industry Executive - Banking, Finance & Insurance, Telstra
Rocky Scopelliti is Telstra’s global strategy and thought leader in financial technology services. He is also a non-executive director on the board of Community First Credit Union. Rocky has more than twenty years senior management experience in the Information Technology and Financial Services sectors.
A distinguished researcher, author and international speaker, Rocky has contributed to the World Economic Forum’s Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services Program, delivered key note addresses at events such as Mobile World Congress and published 12 thought leadership research reports that have become internationally recognised on digital transformation.
Executive Manager, Engagement at New Payments Platform Australia (NPPA)
Katrina is Executive Manager, Engagement at New Payments Platform Australia (NPPA). In this role, Katrina is responsible for market engagement, working with financial institutions, prospective Overlay Service providers and other interested parties to grow volumes and services on the New Payments Platform. Prior to joining NPPA, Katrina worked for American Express in Sydney, Singapore and London in their Global Network Services division where she was responsible for growing third party issuing and acquiring volumes in multiple markets across South East Asia. Katrina also worked for National Australia Bank, managing their Self Service Channel around the world. Prior to that, she was a management consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton in their Financial Services Practice in both London and Melbourne.