Category: Creditinfo Academy


Improving your Credit Risk Management in Kenya

iycrmCreditinfo Kenya in association with Creditinfo Academy and Creditinfo Solutions are holding a 2 day workshop 16-17 Feb ’16.

Five of their top international trainers will deliver this informative & interesting course at Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi Hotel, Kenya.

Book before the 29th January 2016 to benefit from a 10% discount.

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Creditinfo Academy webinar BENCHMARKING by Alexandra Aproiants

Our colleague Alexandra Aproiants from Creditinfo Solutions, Prague was recently presenting the Benchmarking solution. Benchmarking reports focus on showing trends over time that enable credit grantors to make objective strategic decisions and to fully understand the impact on the business and customer portfolio of any changes in trends, which can help to better drive credit risk, product growth and marketing strategies. In addition, the effectiveness of past strategies can be assessed highlighting any differences from industry norms and any influencing factors.

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Public and private sector credit growth and contribution in the GCC – Focusing on Qatar, KSA, UAE and Oman

Eugene McQuaid is Senior Economist for Saudi Arabia Government Investment Authority (IDI) and on Thursday 17th December 2015, he will be hosting a webinar for Creditinfo. To access it, go to the Webex meeting room. Learn more by following this link.

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Creditinfo Credit Bureau confidently accepted as a core business tool by Tanzanian Banks & MFIs

Creditinfo Tanzania, the leading credit bureau in Tanzania, recently conducted a survey amongst financial and non-financial institutions, aimed at finding out the level of understanding and acceptance of credit information sharing system. It proved to be highly successful with responses from over 130 professionals representing banking, microfinance, insurance, mobile, manufacturing amongst many other sectors of the economy.

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State of the Art in Credit Risk Modeling by Prof. Bart Baesens

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Credit risk modeling is undoubtedly among the most crucial issues in the field of financial risk management. With the recent financial turmoil and the regulatory changes introduced by the Basel accords, credit risk analytics has been receiving even greater attention by the financial and banking industry.Continue Reading..


JOIN US for a live webinar: State of the Art in Credit Risk Modeling by Prof. Bart Baesens


Date: Thursday, 22nd October 2015 Time: 15h00   CEST
Location: Webex
Topic: State of the Art in Credit Risk Modeling
Speaker: Prof. Bart Baesens – Professor, KU Leuven University (Belgium) and Lecturer,  University of Southampton (UK)
 Link to Join:

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The Commercial Department of Creditinfo Solutions recently  went on a special training on August 13 and 14, led by an experienced HR Consultant Eoin Hanley who has worked with PWC and Amazon. After the theory lessons, they continued with practical negotiation training.  Of course in true CIS style, after the event, they also had some fun at Mácháč, which is a Czech summer lake destination, kind of  a combination of Italian Bibione and Spanish Ibiza, partially beautiful and partially cheesy!
Here you can watch a cool video produced by Sasha (Alexader Novosolev) showing you highlights of the 2 days events. 

You can also view the cool & some may say risqué flyer that Martin created for the event - click here


Creditinfo Academy webinar – Credit Bureau Role in Financial Inclusion – Agata Szydlowska

agataWe were pleased to introduce Agata Szydlowska, Head of Financial Inclusion and CRB Awareness Africa to present a webinar on the role of Credit Bureau in Financial Inclusion.

Here you you can find the webinar on YouTube:

Here is the PowerPoint presentation:

Here is Agata’s bio:


Data Exchange Project in Romania

Successfully launched with great initial results

The Data Exchange Project in Romania is well under way, with the IT preparation completed and programming completed.  The logic has been finalised and the system has now been implemented.  This project is initially being rolled out to specific sectors including fuel, transport, painting, beverages, tobacco.

Alina Vasilache, Sales Director, Creditinfo Romania, delivered a presentation on the new project to a number of local businesses at a recent BNI event. The presentation created a lot of positive interest, to the point the meeting moderator had to stop the audience asking questions.However, at the end of July a further meeting was scheduled for the BNI members who were very interested to join the project together with CIRO and be pioneers to share information about unpaid invoices with the market.  You can contact Alina or Aurimas for more information about this project:

You can find out more about BNI – an International Business Network with offices worldwide at  Most local branches hold weekly breakfast meetings as well as additional events each month.  Members are local businesses.