What we'll do
Hi, Delighted to invite the FinTech Sydney meetup community to register for and attend a very exciting event, hosted by our friends at CEBIT.
RE: Here come the Neo-Banks!
Fintech Sydney Event with XINJA BANK at CEBIT
*** This is a free event however you will need to register with CEBIT to secure your place ***
*** There will be security at the ICC; you will need to register and bring identification ***
Free registration here: - https://hannoverfairs.eventsair.com/cebit2019/registration-cebit-2019/Site/Register (CLICK - Expo Day Pass)
Date: 30th October 2019
Venue: Floor 4, Hall 6 & 7; ICC Darling Harbour. CEBIT Australia 2019; ICC, Darling Harbour, Sydney
Location: Connect Stage (Through the entrance and left)
Time: 5pm – 7pm (guests arrive[masked]pm; Q&A[masked]pm)
Topic: Here come the Neo-Banks!
Q&A with Eric Wilson, Founder and CEO, XINJA BANK
Join Glen Frost, Founder, FinTech Sydney in conversation with Eric Wilson, Founder and CEO of XINJA BANK
Xinja is an independent, 100% digital neo-bank for Australians. Designed from the ground up for mobile and using AI (artificial intelligence).
Xinja will revolutionise your banking experience, not just making it quick and easy but fun to track your spending & save for what you want. More importantly, it will help you (effortlessly) get ahead. So more than a mobile banking app (because it really helps you make the most out of your money) and more than a money management app (because it’s immediate – virtual banking and money management combined). And more than both, because it’s intuitive, easy, instant and fun to use.
About Eric Wilson, Xinja CEO & Founder
Eric has extensive experience across financial services, management consulting, and is a serial entrepreneur. Before Xinja, he was CEO of NAB’s National Australia Trustees, managing over $1bn for disadvantaged & disabled Australians, was Enterprise Program Director of the Future of Financial Advice Reforms at NAB, and began his career with 8 years at Accenture. He has a Masters in Law, has served as a board member of Lifeline Northern Beaches, and passionately believes in better banking for Australians.
180 seats and more space for standing