Webinar Details

Event Title:
Unlock the power of historical trade-level credit data and redefine your business strategies

1 Hour

Featured Speakers

Trevor Carone
Vice President of Product Marketing
Portfolio and Collection Solutions
Consumer Information Services

Michael McGinley
Marketing Director
Portfolio Solutions group
Consumer Information Services


Maria Moynihan
Integrated Marketing Director
Consumer Information Services

Unlock the Power of Historical Trade-Level Credit Data and Redefine Your Business Strategies

Customers don't have equal value. The ability to separate and differentiate beyond a risk assessment is vital to providing better service, offering superior rewards, granting higher credit lines and managing profitability.

Make better decisions with deeper behavioral transparency.

The value of trended data is that it allows you to get the full picture of your customers: both short-term changes — the past one, two and three months — and an extended view up to 24 months prior. How can trended data offer deeper behavioral transparency and aid in targeting, underwriting and retention decisions?

View this on-demand Webinar and find out how trended data can be used to:

  • Differentiate among customers with the same risk profile
  • Identify actions other lenders have taken that impact your customers
  • Separate customer past behavior and payment stress, targeting better offers and services
  • Calculate revenue potential and your wallet share

Without a doubt, it's a challenge for lenders to manage credit risk profitably. Yesterday's strategies won't work. It's a new reality, and the time to act is now.

View this webinar to learn how you can add depth to a credit report and give your customers credit for their history.

Understanding a consumer's past behavior is crucial to developing a strategy for the future.

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