On Friday, April 27, 2018, Creditinfo Guyana hosted, current and potential subscribers from a broad range of utility, financial and other commercial entities, at a Breakfast Seminar in Georgetown to coincide with the visit of the Group CEO, Executive Director and Regional Manager for Latin America and the Caribbean. In attendance were representatives from 23 institutions.
Creditinfo Jamaica organised its first Business Solutions Breakfast Seminar, which was held in Kingston, Jamaica. The Seminar was held with a view of exposing subscribers and other critical industry officials to Creditinfo’s Value Added Products.
After several years of actively listening to the market’s needs and expectations, the international innovator in credit risk management solutions’ – Creditinfo – opens a subsidiary in Asia. Counting the success of the full scope credit bureau solution implementation in Indonesia, launched back in 2017, as well as the positive results from various decision analytics and consultancy services in the region, Creditinfo opens its doors with a dedicated team of top-level professionals based in Singapore to meet the increasing demand for a fresh and innovative approach in credit risk management and fintech, as well to be closer to the company’s existing clients in order to serve them better.
Today is a special day as we have a movie premiere to announce: THE CREDITINFO STORY – a real short documentary about Creditinfo, or Creditinfo philosophy to be exact, and all of this through the eyes of the company’s founder and Chairman of the Board, Reynir Gretarsson.
The Creditinfo Story is a genuine documentary telling an authentic business story, that started back in 1997. It includes flashbacks on how the business was founded, reminds of what its roots were and displays the core if its DNA, which remains unchanged.
You are welcome to check it out right here.
“When users have to share identifying data with a third party, security risk is high. A new tool puts users in charge of their identity and attempts to make ID management seamless.” Check article by Priyanka Ketkar at TechTarget.
Creditinfo Eesti AS, the largest Estonian credit information and risk management services provider, will have a change of lead starting 1 June 2017, as former CEO Veiko Meos joins the Supervisory Board, while Ege Metsandi takes on the steering wheel of the company.
Live data started to flow at Pefindo, the credit bureau in Indonesia powered by Creditinfo. Indonesia being the fourth most populated country in the world, with an estimated population of 260 million, this project illustrates a solid scope-related challenge that a team of more than 60 professionals achieved in approximately 2 years.
Creditinfo Solutions is celebrating its 10th anniversary. A decade ago, on 1st December, 2006, we opened our doors, not knowing what was about to happen. Since then, we have grown from just a couple of employees to in excess of 100 employees. The company’s initial focus working with just local clients changed after a short period of time. Creditinfo Solutions, with the support and backing from our parent company, Creditinfo Group, soon began to successfully sign a number of sizeable deals to deliver credit bureau solutions in Sudan, Tanzania, Afghanistan, Iraq, Indonesia, Latvia and South Sudan. Now, our clientbase spans more than 40 countries around the world.
Financial Technology is often seen as a sector that works for those who are already winning: something to help sophisticated users of personal and commercial finance streamline their access. It performs that function, of course, and many of us have seen our professional and personal lives enriched as a result. But FinTech also has an essential role to play in opening access, as well as improving it.
At Coremetrix, we are committed to realising that potential. Part of the Creditinfo Group, we believe data on individuals – obtained voluntarily, and focusing on personality rather than the information used for traditional credit scoring – can broaden access to financial products of all kinds. Lenders and other financial institutions across international markets agree with us, and we are partnering with a number of them to provide access to credit and other services based on who people are, not what they can prove. Continue reading »