Retail banking leaders in a variety of industries (including risk management, credit, information technology and other departments) want to incorporate more data into their business strategies. By doing so, consumer banks and other financial companies benefit by expanding their markets, controlling risk, improving compliance and the customer experience.
However, many companies don’t know how or where to start.
- There’s just too much data – and it’s overwhelming.
- Technical integration issues
- Maintaining regulatory data and attribute governance and compliance
- The slow speed of adoption
Join Jim Bander, PhD, analytics and optimization leader at Experian, in an upcoming webinar with the Consumer Bankers Association on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019 at 9:00-10:00 a.m. PT. The webinar will discuss how some of the country’s best banks – big and small – are making better, faster and more profitable decisions by using the right set of data sources, while avoiding data overload.
Key topics will include:
- Technology Trends: Discover how the latest technology, including the cloud and machine learning, makes it easier than ever to access data, define and manage attributes throughout the enterprise and perform complex calculations in real time.
- Time to Market: Discover how consumer banks and other financial companies that have mastered data and attribute management are able to integrate data and attributes quickly and seamlessly.
- Business Benefits: Understand how advanced analytics helps financial institutions of all sizes make better business decisions. This includes growing their portfolios, mitigating fraud and credit risk, controlling operating expenses, improving compliance and enhancing the customer experience.
- Critical Success Factors: Learn how to stay ahead of ever-evolving business and data requirements and continuously improve your lending operations.
Join us as we unveil the secrets to avoiding data overload in consumer banking.
For non-current CBA members, this webinar costs $95 to attend. However, with special discount code: EX1001, non-CBA members can attend for FREE.