The LendIt Fintech USA 2020 conference is just around the corner on September 29 through October 1, with an exciting lineup of industry experts from leading traditional banks, fintech platforms, and tech companies discussing innovations in lending, digital banking, embedded finance, and more. Here are the three sessions we’re most excited to attend:
1. The Next Level of Fintech: Building your Customer Ecosystem
When: September 29, 11:30am-12:00 pm EDT
The speakers: Craig Boundy, CEO of Experian North America, and Peter Renton, Chairman at Lendit Fintech
Why we’re excited: Customer loyalty and meaningful engagement matter more than ever as the landscape of consumer fintech products and services becomes increasingly crowded. Experian North America CEO Craig Boundy will discuss how his team leverages data and technology innovation beyond just customer acquisition but to also earn consumers’ loyalty for the long haul.
2. New Approaches to Collections in Times of Crisis
When: September 29, 4:20-5:00 pm EDT
The speakers: Ohad Samet, CEO of TrueAccord, Jacob Corlyon, CEO of Capital Collection Management, Hersh Shah, Sr. Director – Transaction Advisory at RSM US LLP and Praveen Kombial, Global Product Head of Business Applications at EdgeVerve
Why we’re excited: As the economic ripples of the pandemic continue, the collections industry is facing unique challenges. We’re looking forward to our CEO Ohad Samet sharing how TrueAccord has adapted to consumer needs during these times as well as learning from the other panelists on how they’ve rolled out new initiatives spurred by this crisis.
3. New Insights into Consumer Financial Resiliency Amidst Current Market Dynamics
When: September 30, 2:00-2:30 pm EDT
The speaker: Dave Shellenberger, VP of Product Management, Scores and Analytics at FICO
Why we’re excited: While we have insight into our consumer behavior in response to COVID-19, we’re interested in learning more from FICO on how they’ve developed a new analytical framework that can be used across the consumer lifecycle to better understand consumer financial resiliency.