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Credit Summit marks decade milestone in 2018  

The Credit Summit will return to the QEll Centre on March 15 2018, marking a decade of the event and 10 years since the financial crisis. 


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Jonathan Davidson of the FCA speaking at the Credit Summit 2017
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An outline agenda has been launched for the Credit Summit showcasing AI, GDPR and investment appetite as some of the key themes to be discussed.

 

The Summit is attended by a range of delegates including c-suite roles and executives from big banks, alternative lenders and utilities providers, as well as policy makers from regulators and parliamentary groups.

 

The Summit, which is part of Credit Week supported by the Charted Institute of Credit Management (CICM), consists of seven conferences held on one day:

  • Trade Credit
  • Utilities & Telecoms
  • Future of Distribution
  • Alternative Lending
  • Credit Risk
  • Collections & Customer Service
  • TCF, Conduct Risk & Compliance
  • Credit Risk, Collections & Compliance

There will be a distinct focus on technology, including robo advice and how to engage with customers through digital channels. Themes throughout the day will also cover upcoming and introduced regulation such as GDPR, PSD2 and the Senior Managers & Certification Regime.

 

Among much more topical and forward-looking content, the event will host a range of debates and speaker sessions on ongoing issues such as vulnerability and financial inclusion.

 

From this week onwards agendas for the individual conferences of the Credit Summit will be revealed, with a full launch of the Summit on October 30.

 

CDSP: European NPL

Another event taking place as part of Credit Week is CDSP: European NPL. The standalone conference will take place in London on March 14 2018.

 

A soft launch of this conference has also been revealed with a central focus on the appetite for debt purchase, harmonisation of cross-border servicing laws and methods to maximise portfolio management.

 

This conference is attended by NPL executives within European banks, chief executives of debt buyers and collection agencies, partners at debt recovery law firms and those heading up the collections and recoveries divisions within UK lenders.

 

The full agenda for CDSP: European NPL will be revealed on October 30.

 

The Credit Week website can be found here where delegate passes are also available to buy. If you would like to add an event to Credit Week, or have Credit Strategy run an event on your behalf, call our sales team on 020 7940 4812.

 

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