Banking Exchange Leads Discussion This Thursday on Practical Ways to Build a Digital Lending Strategy
On Thursday May 18 at 3 pm Eastern, Banking Exchange will host a presentation and discussion on how to build a digital lending strategy
- Written by Banking Exchange staff
On Thursday May 18 at 3 pm Eastern, Banking Exchange will host a presentation and discussion on how to build a digital lending strategy. In this present economic climate, it is a particularly good time to rethink a financial institution’s lending business.
On Thursday we will explore the mechanics of digital lending and how to use practical and manageable steps to build a strategy that meets your business needs. We will highlight the benefits of digital lending for both lenders and borrowers, including how you can streamline the lending process and reduce risk using digital tools like advanced eSignature, multi-asset class vaulting, and more.
In addition to Banking Exchange editorial, the company will welcome two experts from Wolters Kluwer to walk through their findings on best practices for a digital strategy.
Kristen Girard has focused on driving product vision and strategy to help clients solve complex problems in their digital lending journey. She has worked in the financial services industry for over a decade, holding product management roles in all areas of the digital lending lifecycle.
For more than ten years, Shane Martin has focused solely on helping clients use software to solve complex problems and achieve record growth in a competitive market and has worked in the mortgage industry for over two decades, holding progressive executive and sales positions in all areas of the mortgage lifecycle, including retail, wholesale, and servicing.
The discussion will be held in the form of a live webinar, and the audience will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer format, as well as make comments on the presentation. If you are a bank or credit union executive, there is no cost to attend. Please register on the link below if you would like to join Banking Exchange this Thursday.
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