You’re invited! Learn Four Game-Changing Solutions to Decrease Fraudulent Accounts and Identify Profitable New Households
You don’t want to miss out on attending a live webinar hosted by CBA, Aite Group and Equifax where you will gain deeper insight into stopping application fraud and identifying profitable new households across risk score bands.
Date: Thursday, October 4, 2012
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT
Financial institutions need to better assess both risk and opportunity during account openings. No longer is it about opening as many accounts as possible and avoiding the worst of the worst. It’s about opening the right accounts and having immediate household engagement. To do that, financial institutions need more and better data at their fingertips.
This webinar will review four new techniques for decreasing fraudulent accounts while maximizing profitable ones. Learn the answers to these questions:
- What is the value of using alternative data in the retail banking environment?
- How are financial institutions effectively tackling the latest fraud threats, and preventing account takeovers and bust-outs?
- What can banks and credit unions do to overcome rising regulatory scrutiny around new account openings?
- How can financial institutions retain their best customers by making more relevant offers?
The webinar is free for you and any of your colleagues to attend.
Please use the following Registration Discount Code if you are a CBA non-member:
Equifax10 (code is case sensitive)
Reach out to your Equifax account representative if you have questions, or send us an e-mail.
This post was contributed by: Lee Grice.
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