Prague, Czech Republic | 7-8 March 2019
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AdviceRobo is Europe's leading psychographic credit scoring company. The company operates from its offices in London, Amsterdam and Paris in 10 countries, credit scoring millions of thin-file people. AdviceRobo has been developing an artificial intelligence platform in which it aggregates big behavioural data to credit score self employed, startup companies, millennial and other thin-file customer segments. Its customers range from retail banking and online retail to mobile telephony and utilities. AdviceRobo is on the KPMG/H2 Global FinTech 100 list, part of the London City FinTech 50, and won multiple awards for it's added value to responsible lending.
KPMG is a global network of independent member firms offering audit, tax and advisory services, which operates in 153 countries and employing more than 207,000 people. KPMG acquired a minority stake in AdviceRobo: the cooperation will enable KPMG to help its clients across the world to strengthen and future-proof their existing risk management. As part of this alliance, AdviceRobo will have access to KPMG’s expertise in the fields of risk management, regulation, data and analytics. AdviceRobo will also have access to KPMG’s global network. Erik Rood, partner at KPMG Financial Services, will lead the cooperation on KPMG’s behalf.
ApPello is a FinTech vendor of the lending industry providing front-to-back-office banking solutions, which cover all phases of the Loan Process, including Loan Origination, Credit Scoring, Collateral Handling, Loan Monitoring and Collection. The team has a deep expertise in Credit Risk and Core Banking solutions. ApPello has been recognised by Gartner and included as one of the Representative Emerging Digital Banking Vendors in Digital Banking Multichannel Solution Market in the Gartner’s "Market Guide for Digital Banking Multichannel Solutions". ApPello first principle is developing user-focused solutions, which do not only meet the business requirements, but can be set without IT involvement.
Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Tavant Technologies is a digital products and platforms company that provides impactful results to its customers across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Founded in 2000, the company employs over 2500 people and is a recognized top employer. Tavant is creating an intelligent lending enterprise by reimagining customer experiences, driving operational efficiencies and improving collaboration.
Relational S.A. is a financial solutions software company founded in Athens, Greece, in 1995. Since then, the firm has grown from a local IT company to an international software developer with offices in 3 European countries and a client base all over Europe, Northern and Sub Saharan Africa and the Arab Peninsula. Relational has developed critical business software solutions for the banking, telecoms, retail, and government sectors while it also delivers integrated business intelligence, data warehousing and business service management solutions in cooperation with a number of leading international software vendors. The customer base includes a significant number - over 300 - of corporate customers across all industries. Especially in banking, over 50,000 users operate the company’s mission critical software applications. The top 20 banks in Greece and the Balkans rely on Relational for their major informational systems to deliver and process thousands of financial transactions in real time.
Stratox Enterprises is a leading provider of technology and solutions for the automation and management of business processes. With more than 50 clients worldwide and 10+ years experience, Stratox leads the market in business process management, collaboration, integration, content management solutions and web solutions. With offices in the Middle East (Dubai, Muscat) and Czech Republic (Prague), Stratox focuses on delivering the highest standards of quality thanks to experience, know-how and an international team of specialists.
The Polish Association of Lending Institutions associates digital lending companies and includes more than 30 members from different countries: Poland, Latvia, Germany, Russia, Korea, Netherlands, South Africa, Bulgaria. PZIP is an association of employers who together want to change the image of the non-bank loan industry in Poland and agree that it is worth promoting and applying the highest business and ethical standards. PZIP members represent the 90% of digital non-bank loan market in Poland, which is valued at 3,2 billion PLN (800 million EUR): a relevant part of global FinTech market. PZIP is a democratic govern institution established in 2013, specialised in legal, business and PR support. PZIP is also the publisher of Promeritum Magazine, the first and only Polish magazine about consumer credit market.
FinTech Belgium is the independent federation of FinTechs in Belgium. A non-profit organisation created in 2015 by and for Belgian FinTech companies, it is the first and largest community of FinTechers in the country, gathering financial professionals, startup entrepreneurs and investors, who are interested in discovering and discussing disruptive business models and new technology for the financial services industry. Their 3 main missions are to be a platform for dialogue with regulators and other parties, to actively and tangibly promote the FinTech sector in Belgium and Belgian FinTechs abroad, and to share the experience within and outside the community.
The Bulgarian FinTech Association is a non-profit organisation uniting the leading FinTech companies in Bulgaria. Its mission is to create a platform bringing together all parties in Bulgaria with interest in financial technologies and to provide a common ground for communication and exchange of ideas. The Bulgarian FinTech Association aims at becoming the face of the FinTech in Bulgaria and to represent the shared values of its members before regulators, investors, financial institutions, foreign associations, partners and any other party. The Association gathers experienced professionals from the areas of finance, investments, law, professional and financial services.
BanksDaily.com contains one of the world's largest databases of banks and banking groups. Each company profile includes a business description, head office address, telephone, fax, website, SWIFT/BIC codes, financial highlights, as well as social media channels. The website also provides press releases, banking news, and bank ratings for consumers of financial services. BanksDaily.com has over 80,000 monthly unique visitors and over 120,000 page views. ComBanks.com, a job site for professionals focused on finding work in the banking sector, is a part of BanksDaily.com. BanksDaily.com is not affiliated or associated with any government agency or banking company.
Peer2Peer Finance News (P2PFN) is the first online and print monthly magazine dedicated purely to the UK’s fast-growing peer-to-peer finance industry. With dedicated personal finance, SME and industry news sections, it is a portal for anyone interested in peer-to-peer finance, whether they are working within the industry itself, an investor, or a borrower. The emphasis is on high-quality, timely, exclusively-sourced content that provides insightful analysis into the sector. UK residents can enjoy a complimentary subscription to the monthly print magazine by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other countries please send an email to the same address and you'll be advised on applicable shipping fees.