Minister of Industry and Commerce of Iceland visits Creditinfo Georgia
On Tuesday 7th June, Creditinfo Georgia hosted H.E. Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Minister of Industry and Commerce of Iceland.
Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania ruled out a progress decision in Lithuania allowing to use social data, like Facebook, for creditworthiness. That decision is an important step forward easing the way to develope prediction scores based on Big Data.
La base du crédit de confiance
PRESS RELEASE Lomé, Jun 28th 2016
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Under the aegis of the BCEAO National Directorate for Togo, and in the presence of Professional Associations of Banks and Financial Institutions (ABPEF) and microfinance institutions (APSFD) of Togo, was held this day, a ceremony for the signing contracts for the provision of services between on the one hand, the Credit Bureau (BIC) of the WAMU, Creditinfo VoLo , and, on the other hand, the 21 regulated institutions of Togo, including 13 banks, 2 financial institutions and 6 microfinance institutions (See list in the Annex below).Continue Reading..
The First Credit Bureau Kazakhstan has launched the first chatbot for financial market on Telegram, a popular Internet messaging app. In addition to the standard features @FCBKbot users can get free and fast own Personal Credit Score, as well as notifications on any changes in their credit history statement. Continue Reading..
The press office of the First Credit Bureau is pleased to announce the launch of new cloud services for the Kazakhstan financial market – FCB Cloud – cloud-based decision-making solution. Now FCB clients have access to cloud services for decision-making automation, the key factor in credit-cycle, as well as to automation of the whole credit conveyor without recourse to major financial outlays and time-consuming IT-related integration processes.
Come along and meet the Creditinfo team at 5th World Credit Congress & Exhibition in Romania between June 8th and 10th. Creditinfo is a partner of the conference and we are also exhibiting at WCCE 2016 this year – if you are attending the event, we would love to see you there! If you’d like to make arrangements to meet up during the conference, please don’t hesitate to contact us or simply catch up with us at anytime throughout the conference. During the whole course of the conference and at the breaks, we will be located in our Creditinfo exhibition booth. You can meet us there and experience our credit risk management products.
Aurimas Kacinskas, CEO, Creditinfo Romania, is a panel member of the discussion on Comparative Credit Risk Best Practices on Thursday 9th June between 4.30pm – 5.30pm. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Agata Szydlowska, Head of Financial Inclusion and CRB Awareness, Creditinfo Group, will be moderating the panel session Credit Risk Management Now Warrants a Seat “At the Table” on Friday 10th June at 11.30am – 12.30am. Email: email@example.com
To find out more about Creditinfo, please visit creditinfo.com and for our local office in Bucharest, please see creditinfo.ro or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +40 31 437 09 63
A strategic partnership between Creditinfo and the largest independent credit bureau in Africa, Compuscan, will drive growth, accelerate innovation and assist organisations in making better informed credit risk management and business decisions in emerging markets. Backed by Actis, the pan-emerging markets investor, Compuscan has invested in a minority share of the international credit information and risk management solutions provider.
At a Board Meeting in May, we introduced our new Board Members. We decided that we wanted to have some very smart people join us, to strengthen decision making and to help guide the Group to the next level. People who will look from the outside in. We are pleased to welcome:
Nora Kerpolla, who is well known to the Creditinfo family, having been involved with us as a shareholder since 2010. She has had a successful career in private equity. Particularly, she has had success in relation to many information and technology companies. She was the Chairman of the Finnish Credit Bureau and in just a short period of time, she helped see the value of that company increase by more than 250%. Find Nora on LinkedIn.
Jakob Sigurdsson, has successfully managed strategic and operational turn-arounds and ran private and listed businesses with US$350 million to $1 billion in turnover. He has also been the Captain of the Icelandic National Handball team. Additionally, he played for the national Handball team in 3 different Olympics too – 1984 in LA, USA, 1988 in Seoul, Korea and also 1992 in Barcelona, Spain. Handball was the favourite sport of the country during these times (Iceland sucked at football in those days!). Find Jakob on LinkedIn.