An exclusive breakfast discussion for banking leaders across New Zealand.
Technology is reshaping banking in New Zealand
Globally, as technology companies continue to move into banking, banks increasingly resemble technology companies—the lines are blurring. As the pace of change accelerates in New Zealand, this shift promises the necessary velocity to stay ahead. For banking, that includes the introduction of new transformational strategies, structures, and methodologies.
Some cultural, technological, and procedural developments are challenging, and not everything can change simultaneously. One of the critical debts that can be observed is teams overcomplicating solutions when, now more than ever, simplification is crucial to success. Leaders now look to address several trends that are advancing the simplification of technology capability.
- How are banks improving customer experience through digital tools and technology? Are banks experiencing digital fatigue?
- How can banks successfully leverage the benefits of the latest cloud technologies?
- How can banks become future-proof with a progressive SaaS approach?
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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.
CDO at Westpac New Zealand
Chief Digital & Technology Officer at Kiwibank
Deputy CRO of Risk & Compliance at Heartland Bank
Divisional Chief Financial Officer at Bank of New Zealand
Divisional CFO and Finance Business Partner IB&M at ASB Bank
Head of Product Governance at ASB Bank
Executive Director at Tenzing
GM of Digital at The Co-operative Bank
GM of Specialist Distribution at ANZ
CM of Institutional and Commercial Operations at ANZ
8:00 am: Arrival of guests
8:30 am: Welcome address by The Ortus Club
8:35 am: Short introduction by Temenos
8:40 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over breakfast
9:40 am: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
10:30 am: Guests normally start leaving