Being digital in financial services - March 2015

A networking event for financial services about the future of work

The financial services landscape in Australia is changing. The pressure is on to develop and deliver new products and services through digital channels that meet the expectations of customers, staff and partners. But the digital transformation of financial services actually starts on the inside. The future state of innovation in financial services is less about ideas and more about creating a digital business culture. This is a culture that supports new ways of working that will enable digital transformation and is open to fully leveraging what they learn through this change.

Guest Speaker

Why become digital inside financial services?

Rebecca Slingo

Rebecca Slingo
Executive Manager, Suncorp Group

With extensive experiences across publishing, broadcasting, law and insurance (Suncorp & CGU Insurance), Rebecca brings a fresh and energetic approach to leadership and project management in financial services. Her interest in combining best practice and technology results an innovative and pragmatic approach to the solutions her team deploys to help transform and build capability inside Suncorp. Rebecca will share her perspective on:

  • what becoming digital inside a financial services firm looks like
  • why this transformation is important
  • how financial services firms can extract value from new ways of working

Panel

How do we make the change?

Kim Haywood-Matty

Kim Haywood-Matty
Director, Haywood-Matty

Kim is passionate about working with top teams who are serious about transformational change. As Head of Culture & Capability for the Banking and Financial Services Division at Macquarie Bank she was instrumental in leading change and a new way of working at Shelley Street, King Street Wharf.

Kristine DeryKristine Dery
Research Scientist, 
MIT Sloan School of Management

Kristine is focused on understanding how technology impacts the workplace. She co-founded and co-chairs the Digital Disruption Research Group in Sydney, which shares research on the impact of digital technologies and new ways of working. She previously held management roles in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK.

FS James Dellow

James Dellow
General Manager, Ripple Effect Group

James has a long standing interest in the intersection of people, place and technology in workplace design and brings over a decade of experience working as a consultant with a wide range of government, professional and blue chip companies.

Event Details

Where & When

We invite financial services professionals and friends of the Ripple Effect Group to join us at our new offices in Surry Hills:

  • Tuesday 3rd March, 2015
  • 5.30pm – 7.30pm
  • Suite 804, 46 Kippax Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010 (map)

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