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Den Burykin

Den Burykin

Managing Director at Fastlane Solutions
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Bio At Fastlane Solutions I manage almost 40 people to help organisations tackle complex technology challenges and enhance their project delivery capability. Our clients are some of Australia's largest financial services companies and we have been especially active in the establishment of Australia's Open Banking systems with a technology agnostic approach focussed on development ops and management agility. Career History Twenty five years of diverse involvement with STEM, holding leadership and board positions in ICT Businesses, Technology, and Business Development. A well-recognised professional within business communities in Australia and abroad. Den is seen as collaborative leader who delivers results and helps people and businesses. Roles including: -- Head of Analytics and Customer Services in share-trading business, IPO Consultant -- Head of IT in Tobacco business -- Board Member to a global FX Dealership -- Head of Mobile in an internationally known Gamedev company -- Management and P3M Consultant in top Financial Services / Telecom / Retail -- Co-founder of several businesses, including mobile VAS provider, several mobile development studios and ICT advisory and consulting company


Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Opportunity for payments industry to shake survival mentality

05 Jul 2022

The payments industry had been dealing with a series of rolling crises, tectonic shifts in the global financial system, before the world’s central banks sounded the alarm on stagflation. It feels like the right time to note that with crisis comes opportunity. The payments and banking industry can seize the opportunity to establish a new level of tr...

Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030

Much risk, little urgency for Australia's payments infrastructure

23 May 2022

The Australian banking industry is displaying a worrying lack of urgency when it comes to plugging the strategic holes in our payments infrastructure after the floods in NSW and Queensland. Global threats to our payments system are numerous and growing. The consequences are too great to delay fixing these problems in the hope that it won’t happen t...

Open Banking

Open Banking pushback shows consumers need guidance

09 May 2022

The Royal Commission into banking misconduct continues to act as a perfect catalyst of the reliable, responsible and independent future of the Australian digital financial and payment capabilities. The reality is things going wrong under Open Banking will come down more to technology and human error. It’s our job to manage those expectations, espec...