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Next meeting: 21 April 2021
The Innovation Discussion Group focuses on transformation and innovation within the superannuation industry, with a particular emphasis on how this can be leveraged through the implementation of emerging techniques & technologies.
Topics for discussion include accessing new administration models, customer experience and member engagement, product innovation, cyber security in an increasingly digital world, trends in the insurance and investment spaces and emerging technologies such as blockchain, open banking, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The primary aim is to consider opportunities and challenges at both an organisational and industry level. The group maintains a specific focus on considering transformational change that meets organisational needs and the best interest of members through industry-wide discussion. The format allows attendees to share ideas and approaches that enable efficiency and increase overall innovation within the superannuation industry.
21 April 2021
Topic: The new rules of engagement.
A copy of the agenda can be downloaded here.
Ash is an experienced executive level business strategist and technology consultant with a background in solution architecture, software engineering and programming. He has wide ranging experience in designing and building cloud based systems and processes and has been providing project planning and implementation services in this area for over 15 years. He has applied these core skills regularly in order to deliver a number of successful large scale transformational technology programs.
Prior to establishing Novigi, he worked as an executive partner at Rice Warner, to lead the establishment and growth of a very successful Financial Technology practice. This role required Ash to draw on a wide range of skills in order to oversee product design, market development and service delivery activities.
21 April 2021
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Attendance at an ASFA Discussion Group qualifies for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point for members of ASFA’s Professional Accreditation Program.
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