Agrifinance and Scoring: Georgia’s Case

When you walk down lively Tbilisi downtown all your senses are filled with a mixture of western and eastern cultures. You can see something amusing on every corner — an old orthodox church, sulfur baths and of course many street traders selling all kind of stuff. You should try churchkhela, candle-shaped candy made of nuts and grape juice. Small traders together with farmers, shop owners and craftsmen are the hallmark of Georgia and they are a vital part of country’s economy.

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Psychometric Solution Already Available at Kenyan Credit Bureau

The Kenyan market is amongst the first in Africa to benefit from a fully integrated psychometric module within a credit bureau system, thus enabling more accurate credit decisioning and broader access to finance, thanks to an additional layer of information on the consumer, coming from the consumer himself/herself: information on one’s personality.

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Central bank of Belarus presented Creditinfo model for commercial banks

The National Bank of the Republic of Belarus recently presented the Creditinfo developed credit score in a specialized banking magazine.

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