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Live video panel: Commercial lending insanity and why it has to change

With decreasing interest income for lenders, a reported 11% rise in commercial loan volumes isn’t balanced with a relative rise in profits. While certain flavors of bank-originated commercial loans are on the rise, behind the growth story lies a ticking time bomb. Join this live video panel where our experts will discuss why the time for commercial lending transformation is now.

Tune in to this live video panel where we'll cover:
-How can application, underwriting, legal process and credit management be harmonised across commercial lending products to deliver more joined up service to clients, enable digital transformation of the front office and maintain credit compliance?
-What are forward-thinking lenders doing to reduce the time it takes to originate and implement loan facilities for corporate clients by 80-90%?
-According to analyst houses, 85% of banks are looking to replace outdated Loan Origination systems and practices. What now?
Recorded Nov 29 2016 57 mins
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Devie Mohan (Burnmark), Jacqueline Morcombe (Misys), Louise Beaumont (techUK), Keith Ollier (Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank
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