Funding and Capital raising – Perspectives for WealthTech
June 30 @ 6:00 pm - June 30 @ 9:00 pm
Funding options for WealthTech in New Zealand are increasing in number and sophistication....Read More
The Circle invites you, or your C-level nominee, to participate in our 2021 Women Leaders Programme ‘The Experience of Work’, from March - June 2021, a full 4 day (1 day per month) tailored micro-credential programme. The programme will include a mix of local and international speakers, regional visits, learnings, interactive workshops, and experiences. The cohort will include domestic travel to visit some of New Zealand’s most innovative organisations, including WNT Ventures; Robotics Plus; Sharesies; Z Energy and Ngahere Communities.…
Join us for an evening of presentations by leading experts for views and perspectives on how small investors are able to access trading with institutions via Wealthtech platforms.
Techweek2021 will be a mix of live, virtual and hybrid events so there’s something to suit everyone.
Join the Lord Mayor of the City of London, the British High Commissioner to New Zealand, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Xero and Laybuy as they share insights on why an increasing number of Kiwi businesses are choosing the UK for their international expansion.
Crossing the ditch – the key to successful InsurTech market penetration into both Australia and New Zealand - for all InsurTechs!
VFF are delighted to bring to you “Virtual FinTech Forum 2021”, a full day Fintech conference that will provide insights and curated thought leadership on the core themes of Fintech for Industry 4.0 and Fintech & ESG.
Funding options for WealthTech in New Zealand are increasing in number and sophistication.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Financial Services Council Conference for 2021. This flagship event will be held on 22 and 23 September 2021, with leading edge content and speakers that will spark debate around key issues affecting the financial services industry. The theme for this year's conference is 'ReGenerations' which builds on previous themes of Wellbeing, Sustainability and Guardianship. The Maori whakataukī (or proverb), He waka eke noa, builds on these themes by highlighting the importance of…