Webinar Replay – Lending in Unprecedented Times

Gain insights from our discussion about lender’s required agility amidst a climate filled with uncertainty

We are all readily aware of the economic downturn our industry is facing in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic. At GDS Link, we understand and appreciate the value of being agile amidst a climate filled with uncertainty. On May 7th, 2020, GDS Link’s UK team hosted a webinar to discuss best practices in credit assessment and collections strategies, as well as solutions that can best protect organizations against the increasing threat of fraud.

The speaker for today’s webinar is Chris Keane, VP of Business Development for GDS Link.

A recognized leader in consumer credit and e-commerce, Chris was previously Head of Consumer Lending at Barclays, and is well versed in strategy development, managing their mortgage product portfolio during the 2008 financial crisis. Most recently, Chris was Commercial Director at Moneysupermarket and boasts a wealth of experience delivering digital financial solutions to customers.

Reducing the reliance on personal interaction is vitally important as we manage the short term risk posed by Covid-19 and Chris is passionate that we take the lessons of what can be achieved at a lower cost and greater convenience to customers into the new world which emerges after the current crisis.

You can download a copy of the slide deck presented, as well as watch the replay of the webinar below:

Navigate lending strategies and risk management in unprecedented times with our webinar, offering insights and agile solutions for today.

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