FinTech, Platforms & Wraps - The Future of Wealth Management Technology

Building on Money Management’s strong reputation for the quality of content and speakers at its annual Platforms and Wraps conference, this year’s agenda will closely examine the platform choices now confronting wealth managers and whether the significant investments made by the major super funds, banks and other key players are paying off.

The event will also include exclusive research insights from Investment Trends and examine digital disruption, developments in the inclusion of SMAs on platforms, the delivery of post-retirement products and, as always, closely examine evolving Government policy and regulation.

Please visit the homepage www.moneymanagement.com.au/events for further information. 

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Conference Production - Including interest to participate as a keynote speaker or panellist
Joséphine Figee
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FST Government Victoria 2020

Turning principle into practice, the Victorian Government has embarked on a bold realignment of its digital transformation program.

Service Victoria, the Single Digital Presence project, and the Victorian Centre for Data Insights are all set for investment and expansion, while the Government is also pursuing a more concerted focus on critical cyber incident response and the safeguarding of citizen data, with the recent launch of the state’s whole-of-government cybersecurity unit.

While hardly recognised as a bold technology innovator, Victoria has made tangible strides in propelling its digital initiatives forward and in-line with world’s leading e-Governments.

FST Government Victoria conference will take you through the state’s program of digital reform, exploring key themes in:
 

  • Whole-of-government digital transformation
  • Data governance and adaptive cybersecurity
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and the new face of augmented government
  • Anticipatory or predictive government
  • Agile by design methodologies
  • A cloud-backed environment and the inevitable shift from on-premise infrastructure
  • Robotic process automation (RPA)
  • Omnichannel services and platforms
  • Digital identity
  • Fourth industry revolution (4IR) technologies and how they will shape citizen centric government

 

FST Government South Australia 2020

South Australia is fast shaping as the nation’s technology and innovation powerhouse. As the venerable heart of Australia’s agritech and the defence industries, and recently anointed hub of nation’s burgeoning aerospace industry, the desert state is witnessing a digital innovation bloom. Yet the road to eGovernment cannot be paved without the inevitable hurdle. With still much to deliver from the state’s 2018-2021 ICT Strategy, and a DPC still reeling from high-profile misappointments, SA’s government has no room for complacency as it moves into the next phase of its digital transformation program.

Join us at FST Government South Australia in December 2020 to explore emerging trends and key concerns shaping digital government and technological transformation across SA’s public sector. Featured discussions will include:

  • Data governance and adaptive cybersecurity
  • Whole-of-government digital transformation
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and the new face of augmented government
  • Anticipatory or predictive government
  • Agile by design methodologies
  • A cloud-backed environment and the inevitable shift from on-premise infrastructure
  • Robotic process automation (RPA)
  • Omnichannel services and platforms
  • Digital identity management
  • Fourth industry revolution (4IR) technologies and how they will shape citizen centric government

 

FST Government New Zealand 2020

Te Mahere mō te Whakaurunga Matihiko, or the Digital Inclusion Blueprint, released in 2019, is a hallmark of NZ’s progressive technology agenda – a vision for an inclusive, citizen-centric public service that empowers engagement through technology.

However, while digital technologies are seen as the critical artery of interaction between the government its citizenry, NZ’s public service has too often failed to establish a similar cooperative link between its own agencies. Hampered by a lack of collaboration and chronic data siloing between agencies, successive NZ governments have been stymied in their efforts to deliver a holistic, all-in-one service offering. The state’s Chief Digital Office has sought to rectify this, creating a “centrally-led and collaboratively-delivered” digital program that has sought to break down traditional barriers and establish a new framework for cooperative government services delivery.

The FST Government New Zealand conference will explore the next phase of NZ’s collaborative digital program and technological trends shaping the country’s public sector.

Join us in Wellington to explore:

  • Whole-of-government digital transformation and consolidation
  • Data governance and adaptive cybersecurity
  • Omnichannel services and platforms
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and the new face of augmented government
  • Anticipatory, or predictive, government
  • Agile by design methodologies
  • Cloud-backed, XaaS environments and the inevitable shift from on-premise infrastructure
  • Robotic process automation (RPA)
  • Digital identity
  • Fourth industry revolution (4IR) technologies and how they will shape citizen centric government

 

 

FST Government New South Wales 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, FST Government has decided to postpone the FST Government New South Wales 2020 conference to the 4th November.

NSW boldly proclaims itself the ‘Premier State’ – as the country’s preeminent digital innovator, this foremost boast rings no truer.

Among the first states in Australia to embrace wholesale digital transformation, including the pioneering rollout of Service NSW – the state’s multi-channel government services access hub – NSW is often looked to as the country’s exemplar of e-Government.

Yet NSW isn’t resting on its laurels. An ambitious realignment of ministries, culminating in the establishment of a cabinet-level Customer Service Ministry, represents the state’s unconditional embrace of customer-centric, digital-first government. A $100 million ‘restart’ fund is hoped to accelerate these digital transformation efforts, supporting “next level” innovation in e-Government and a revitalisation of public sector IT now increasingly encumbered by legacy.

Join us at the FST Government New South Wales conference where we’ll explore key trends and challenges facing NSW’s public service, including:
 

  • Whole-of-government digital transformation
  • Data governance and adaptive cybersecurity
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and the new face of augmented government
  • Anticipatory or predictive government
  • Agile by design methodologies
  • A cloud-backed environment and the inevitable shift from on-premise infrastructure
  • Robotic process automation (RPA)
  • Omnichannel services and platforms
  • Digital identity
  • Fourth industry revolution (4IR) technologies and how they will shape citizen centric government