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Learn why fintech is NZ’s fastest growing tech sector.

The 2024 NZ Fintech Report will be a comprehensive dashboard for NZ’s fastest growing tech subsector. In 2023, fintech became New Zealand’s largest tech subsector by total revenue earned. Homegrown fintech firms achieved combined revenue of $2.8B in 2023, ahead of healthtech ($2.6B) and appliances ($2.0B). At current growth rates, TIN forecasts the NZ fintech subsector will achieve revenues of $7.7B by 2028.

Our inaugural Fintech Insights Report in 2022 quantified the economic impact of the sector; showed what success looks like; and set a benchmark to measure the sector against. The report has been exceptionally well received by government, investors and sector representatives, with hundreds of downloads from TIN’s website – more than 600 reports have been downloaded so far since the launch in April 2022.

With NZ poised to introduce Consumer Data Right and Open Banking legislation, it is time to take a deeper look at how fintech and its affiliated sectors are shifting NZ’s economic centre of gravity. With expert commentary, profiles of leading businesses, and early-stage case studies, the 2024 New Zealand Fintech Report will be an indispensable resource.

Get a copy at our report launch, hear from experts in the ecosystem, and mingle with the most exciting crowd in fintech over drinks and nibbles. Panellists and speakers to be announced.

Generously hosted by Amazon Web Services.


May 23, 2024


6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


AWS Auckland, PwC Tower
Level 12, Commercial Bay, 15 Customs Street West
Auckland 1010

Dress Code:

Business Formal
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Josh Daniell



Josh is a co-founder of Akahu, New Zealand's leading open banking infrastructure provider. Akahu provides open banking API services to a broad range of Government, corporate, and fintech customers, and processes over 1m API calls each day.


McGregor Fea


Altered Capital

McGregor is a Founding Partner of Altered Capital, a New Zealand-based venture capital firm. Altered has deep expertise in global fintech, and McGregor has current Board roles with two fintech portfolio companies for Altered, being Europe’s most profitable neobank, Starling, and Emerge, a Kiwi fintech redefining business banking. Before starting his career in venture capital from London, McGregor worked in Investment Banking and Private Equity for Jarden in Auckland.


Shane Marsh



Shane Marsh is the co-founder of Dosh and a leader in digital financial services. Dosh is a money app that makes it easier to spend, save and manage your money.

Shane has deep experience in Financial Services covering New Zealand, Australia, Singapore and UK markets. He has a practical experience in payments, blockchain, and cryptocurrency.

Shane has developed a detailed understanding of the role technology and digital innovation play in transforming markets. He is passionate about improving the financial wellbeing of Kiwis through improving competition in Aotearoa.


Jo Phillips

Head of Online Payments


Jo is an experienced product, innovation and technology leader, with over fifteen years knowledge working in multiple industries in New Zealand and overseas. Jo is passionate about open banking and has been actively involved in the development of Payment NZ’s API standards. Jo is currently the Head of Online Payments at Worldline, and leads the team who are actively growing Online EFTPOS, New Zealand’s first open banking payment solution


Tim Wixon

Head of Technology Industry


Tim has had various roles at BNZ since he joined in 2014, and he now leads BNZ's technology industry growth strategy, portfolio and community across New Zealand. He has a strong background in research, financing, law, due diligence and capital markets - with a proactive, common sense and people-oriented approach.