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Listen again to car finance, banking and alternative lending webinars

Webinars hosted by Credit Strategy, supported by TransUnion (formerly Callcredit), revealed how lenders in car finance and the banking and alternative lending sectors use technology to remove friction from the sales process.

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The webinars were held following results from Credit Strategy’s most extensive research project yet, which explored how automation, innovation and technology is being used across four sectors:

  • Car finance;
  • Banking and alternative lending;
  • Utilities and telecoms; and
  • Retail

The two sessions, held on August 1 and 2, revealed the areas respondents from car finance and banking and alternative lending are investing in and the ways they are seeking to utilise technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and Open Banking.


They also reveal the macro issues which are causing most concern to professionals, including areas of regulatory focus and the UK’s economic performance.


Please follow the links below to listen again to the sessions.




Webinars focusing on the retail and utilities and telecoms sectors will be hosted by Credit Strategy and TransUnion (formerly Callcredit) in September.



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