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Outside-in commercial lending: Putting clients in charge of their own destiny

We are living in a digital reality but bank’s corporate clients are already being wooed by post-digital, fintech driven possibilities. Traditional lenders face fundamental challenges to grow their business with 1 in 5 banks still lacking an enterprise digital strategy to serve their corporate clients. With low interest rates and increasing costs, optimising the customer experience might be part of the vision statement, but delivering on this ethos has not been straightforward. Has bank thinking been inside-out in commercial and corporate lending?

Digitalisation has been spurred by a drive for back office simplification. While this delivers improved service levels, self-service for borrowers in commercial lending is still not business as usual. Slow turnarounds, limited digital engagement and an inability to surface key information at the right time in the right place continues to hamper corporate client productivity and liquidity. With an outside-in approach banks are starting to deliver strategies for end-to-end digitalisation and multiple channel, 24x7 self-service - from loan origination, to loan servicing.

Discover how banks can capture new market opportunities, drive revenue growth and free up relationship managers time while also embracing integration, collaboration and choice in a post-digital world.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will reveal
- Use cases for banks to simplify the lending process and drive end-to-end digitalisation in commercial and corporate lending
- The key pillars underpinning the corporate borrower’s user experience
- How digital strategy today, can drive lending nirvana tomorrow
Recorded Aug 18 2016 64 mins
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