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UTS Business School

Australia-Korea Fintech Regulation Symposium 2019

Date and Time

Fri 22nd Feb, 8:30 am - 6:00 pm


UTS Business School (Building 8)
14-28 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia

Event description

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Business School will host an Australia-Korea Fintech Regulation symposium to foster bilateral relationships around the management and governance of technological innovation in the finance sector.

The Symposium will bring together Australian and Korean academic, government and industry participants to network and exchange ideas on ways to foster sustainable innovation in financial products and services.

It will feature presentations and roundtable discussions to explore regulatory challenges and opportunities is areas such as cryptocurrencies, digital payments, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer lending and insurance.

Enabling communities and businesses to harness innovation and technology in financial services to drive growth are policy priorities of the Governments of Australia and the Republic of Korea, and the symposium aims to support and advance these priorities.

Participating Organisations: 

  • Australia-Korea Foundation, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Sponsor)
  • Australian Securities and Investments Commission
  • Australian Securities Exchange
  • Blockchain Internet Economic Center (South Korea)
  • Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
  • Financial Supervisory Services (South Korea)
  • Hongik University
  • Korea Fintech Center 
  • Korea Institute of Public Finance
  • Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Sogang University
  • Soongshil University
  • University of New South Wales

Sponsored by:

CMCRC-SIRCA is proud to sponsor the Australia-Korea FinTech Regulation Symposium. Our Digital Finance Research Centre, headed by Dr Elvira Sojli, is at the forefront of helping partners understand and navigate a brave new world in which cryptographically secured units of value, and smart contracts, are changing the way markets operate and democratising market access. The Centre has access to the best data in the world, which we analyse, interpret and extract value from, developing transformational technologies that shape financial systems and ensure the markets are fair and efficient.

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