Our topic is Best Practice Implementation of CCR. With members and industry participants working hard towards going live with CCR, it is great timing to provide our members and industry colleagues with insights into best practice for leveraging and consuming positive data - and for early mover credit providers to share key CCR implementation lessons.
- Keynote presentation: Best practices for leveraging / consuming positive data
Transition to CCR in Australia will reform data consumption and decision-making processes. It is timely for an industry-wide update on facilitating best practice for data transition and portfolio management, including:
- How will positive data will impact credit decisioning and the ongoing management of credit facilities, including the key differences from a negative-only environment and the flow-on effects?
- What do CPs need to do ensure their systems are ready to effectively and pro-actively consume positive data?
- Use cases
Our keynote speaker will be announced soon.
- Panel Discussion: Key implementation lessons
With many CPs about to publicly contribute CCR data for the first time, it is important to understand and learn from the experiences of the early movers.
- Overcoming technical challenges
- Navigating EDR and regulatory issues
- Consumer and call centre findings and implications
- Multi-bureau implications
Panel participants will include:
- Matt Duncan, Head of Credit Strategy & Infrastructure, Credit Portfolio Management, Consumer Lending, Products and Markets, NAB
- Glenn Becker, Head of Enterprise Risk, Teachers’ Mutual Bank
- Paul Abbey, CRO, MoneyPlace
Geri Cremin, Head of Regulatory Compliance and PRDE, ARCA
- Q & A
Members and industry colleagues will have the opportunity to ask questions from the floor relating to CCR implementation issues. Our facilitator will be Mike Cutter, Group Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Equifax.
Event Dates & locations:
- Sydney: Wednesday 9 May 2018 at The Westin Sydney, 1 Martin Place, Sydney.
- Melbourne: Tuesday 15 May 2018 at the Park Hyatt, 1 Parliament Place, East Melbourne.
Time: 7am – 10:30am.
- Member price – single ticket: $120 + GST
- Member price – table of 8 - 10: $105 pp + GST
- Non-member price – single ticket: $150 + GST
- Non-member price – table of 8 - 10: $135 pp + GST
These Executive Breakfasts are kindly sponsored by Equifax, and on behalf of Members, we thank Equifax for this support.
To book, please click here for Sydney OR here for Melbourne, or call James Harridine at RFI Events on 02 9126 261 to reserve your individual seats or tables - or call Rebecca Murray at ARCA on 0419 633 346.
The ARCA team look forward to welcoming you to this important event in the history of CCR.