Glenn Hodgeman has been running Global Credit businesses for nearly 20 years across Australia and Asia. More recently with Westpac Banking Corporation as Global Head of Credit Trading. Previous to this heading up Trading businesses for Citi/Salomon Smith Barney and ANZ. His specialty, investing across all parts of the debt capital structure, including distressed assets. The more recent regulatory changes in the Australian Banking industry are now starting to to impact the business models of the Australian Banks. So he has been focused on the emergence of P2P lenders, Crowd funding and assisting Global Funds to invest in this growing asset class. His blog OzP2PLending.com is all about Australia, NZ and Asia.
In his closing address, David Stevenson pointed out that Australia like the UK has a banking oligopoly and that’s a shame. But he stressed that onlookers should watch out for new players that are attacking the oligopoly.
He also urged caution about open banking, claiming customers are scared of it. He added that you’ll have a hard time even with open banking winning investors over.
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