Well it’s been an interesting couple of weeks with Facebook announcing their plan to launch their owncrypto currency Libra.
18 July 2019
21 June 2019
Dear readers, This has been a month focused on Government. After reviewing our strategy, one of our priorities is to “help Government understand the FinTech Landscape”. Helping them to recognise FinTech as a sector and create the correct regulatory and policy framework will help to stimulate Government investment into the sector. We will work with … Continue reading "Are we ready to embrace FinTech for Economic Growth?"
Put the 20 March in your calendars for the first InsurTechNZ meet-up of the year, being held in Auckland.
22 February 2019
29 January 2019
Happy New Year everyone I hope you had a great break and are coming into 2019 refreshed and ready to go. I met with RBS just after the new year and am pleased to tell you that they are very keen to host FinTechNZ when we travel to the UK. Currently we are looking at a number … Continue reading "Hitting The Ground Running"
A recap on 2018 from FinTechNZ General Manager, James Brown
13 December 2018
Highlights of the InsurTechNZ group’s activities for 2018, and a sneak peek of what’s to come for 2019
12 December 2018
21 November 2018
Welcome to the new FinTechNZ Executive Council; Chris Barton from Xero, Nicola Dorward from NIB, Neil Roberts from Harmoney and Tim Larkin from Dacreed who are joining us in 2019. Thanks to all who attended the Annual Meeting, there was a great turnout and many insights were shared by the leadership team; a highlight – … Continue reading "FinTechNZ Newsletter – November 2018"
17 October 2018
Cyber Security’s a hot topic this month, with the NZ Cyber Security Summit on today, and CERT NZ’s Cyber Smart Week raising awareness following a growing number of cyber incidents (over 700 incidents in the last quarter) as reported in CERT’s latest quarterly update. Delta Insurance has prepared a whitepaper on the Evolution of Cyber … Continue reading "FinTechNZ Newsletter – October 2018"
20 September 2018
Well it’s been another busy month for the tech community, with a few surprises thrown in, and we’re looking forward to seeing the Government’s next move in the CTO process now that Minister Woods has retracted Derek Handley’s offer. Alternatively, we watch with interest for developments in the private sector, as NZTech CEO Graeme Muller astutely calls for … Continue reading "FinTechNZ Newsletter – September 2018"