Complimentary Web Seminar
October 18, 2016
2 PM ET/11 AM PT
Hosted by American Banker
The retail lending space has been a key battleground for financial service providers since the financial crisis. Since that time, many of the Top US financial institutions have eased up on some of their post-recession worries and are approaching the next few years with enthusiasm and hope.
While banking technology budgets are no longer flat or decreasing, consumers are now more eager than ever to borrow again. But how to attract and retain these consumers is still the main challenge moving forward and something on the minds of leading lenders and alternative finance companies (AFC).
Hear from Aite Group’s Christine Pratt as she shares one-on-one interview results with top lending executives from 20 of the largest U.S. banks, credit unions, and finance companies many of whom are already leading the charge to profitability with a new ally—alternative data and attendant analytics.
Join us on October 18 as we discuss the trends, budget spends and insights driving change in lending and credit risk management. Follow Christine Pratt, Aite Group, and Terrence McKeown, Envestnet® | Yodlee®, as they share the latest insights impacting the lending industry.
- The trends and technology driving change in retail and small business lending
- What top financial institutions are doing to compete and win
- How to leverage alternative data to improve customer service, reduce risk and deliver a more streamlined lending experience
Register here to reserve your seat today!
Lending and Credit Risk Senior Analyst
Senior Practice Manager
Envestnet | Yodlee
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Christine Pratt is a senior analyst at Aite Group, specializing in lending with particular emphasis on credit risk and process management technologies for Aite Group’s Retail Banking & Payments segments. She brings to Aite Group a strong research and consulting background as well as hands-on experience developed working within financial institutions. Ms. Pratt has been widely quoted in national media and industry publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, American Banker, Bank Technology News, Bank Systems & Technology, and Credit Union News.