Credit Strategy is delighted to reveal more details about the agenda at the 12th Credit Summit, sponsored by Experian.
The day will commence with the annual update from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), an economic overview from a leading economist and a party-political discussion to set the scene for the overall summit.
These plenary sessions will cover upcoming regulatory changes, their likely impact and how lenders are navigating the changes.
The political discussion will set out how Westminster will approach legislating in the credit space, how it expects the profession to support consumers through the economic volatility our economists forecast.
The morning will be rounded off with an executive panel of senior leaders from across the credit space discussing the impact of the above alongside their businesses aims to support the UK economy and tread their path.
Delegates will reconvene in the afternoon for a major high street lender, talking us through their path to become a digital-first bank.
With more than 50 individual sessions, this year’s Credit Summit has something for every function and every role within the credit industry.
These include three new conferences within the Credit Summit: Cards & Payments, Credit Tech Expo, Leadership & Culture.
Each of these areas have grown in importance and prominence across the credit space over the past year, leading to the creation of these conferences.
The Credit Summit will once again act as the Credit Week’s flagship event, taking place on Thursday March 19, 2020.
Once again, Credit Summit attendees will be able to use Brella to communicate and arrange one-to-one meetings with each other in advance of the summit and on the day itself.
To find out more about the Credit Summit 2020 and to book your place, visit its website.
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