For some years now, there has been intense speculation as to when the automotive industry – and the provision of motor finance in particular – will see significant disruption. The …
Taking a digital approach to debt collection is starting to become more mainstream across the industry. Both creditors and customers benefit from greater use of digital channels, with customer self-service …
Hardly a day goes by when we don’t reach out to Google, Apple, Facebook or Amazon (the GAFAs). But there’s one area of our lives that these disruptive firms have yet to invade: our finances.
The 2017 Digital Banking Club Power 50, the annual listing of the most innovative, influential and powerful people in European digital financial services, has been revealed.
Clayton Locke, Chief Technology Officer, shares insight on Machine Learning for Financial Services.
Chris Farnell from Credit Strategy reports on the 2nd DBC for Collections Live Debate of 2017, held on 18th October.
Briony Richer from Cards International reports on the 2nd Digital Banking Club Live Debate of 2017, held on 18th October.
Jonathan Minter from Motor Finance reports on the 2nd DBC for Vehicle Finance Live Debate held in October 2017.
The who’s who of digital banking, sponsored by Intelligent Environments.
This paper, along with the debate to accompany it, will aim to assess the current consensus on defining, identifying and treating customer vulnerability, and identify key considerations for creditors when applying vulnerability strategy to the digital channel.