How to achieve customer growth in the current economic climate

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Wednesday, September 21st, 12:00 AEST

Data and Risk leaders in Melbourne, Australia are invited to join this roundtable luncheon on ‘How to achieve customer growth in the current economic climate’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

How to achieve customer growth in the current economic climate

The financial services industry remains in a state of transformation, and it is possible recovering from the global pandemic was more disruptive to business processes than the pandemic itself. Customers continue to raise their expectations for finserv providers and digital experiences, which makes it important to stay competitive by improving product offerings. At the same time, these customers have changed their behaviour in ways that make expectations more challenging to meet.

The good news is that the sector has never had more powerful tools available for improving client service and reducing its own operational burdens. Vast data sets can offer alternatives to credit-based insurance scoring models and provide customer 360 profiles with greater speed and flexibility than ever before.

  • What data challenges are companies facing?
  • How can leaders improve their decision-making?
  • What measures can help simplify the fraud stack?

Join leaders interested in discussing how to discuss the expectations of financial services customers and ways that providers can meet them.

Job titles may include CXO, CDO, Head, VP, and Director of Data, KYC, and Credit Risk, and other senior business decision-makers.

12:00 PM: Arrival of guests
12:30 PM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 PM: Short address by Demyst Data
12:45 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over lunch
1:45 PM: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
2:30 PM: Guests normally start leaving

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