SME Lending lifecycle management - Efficiency to Effectiveness

In this roundtable, we’ll discuss key techniques to deploy a consistent and efficient lending process, while ensuring effectiveness from origination and funding through to servicing and securitization.

In this roundtable, we’ll discuss key techniques to deploy a consistent and efficient lending process, while ensuring effectiveness from origination and funding through to servicing and securitization.

Discussion topics include:
  • ways to achieve effective credit decisions, supported by early insights on risks and performance;
  • how to deploy an efficient loan decision and credit origination practice;
  • how to measure and diversify the risk concentration building up in the loan portfolio over time;
  • and best practices to optimize the securitization process as a way to fund credit and reduce the cost of capital.
     
Who should attend?

The event is designed for risk professionals in Australia and New Zealand. Job roles include, but are not limited to:

  • CXOs
  • Head of Risk
  • Head of Credit Risk
  • Head of Lending
  • Head of Securitization

About Risk.net think tanks

Risk.net think tanks are virtual roundtables designed exclusively for senior executives. These virtual events provide an intimate, board room style setting for executives to discuss a specific trend or challenge in order to develop the best course of action to address it. The discussion is conducted under Chatham House rules which means it is off the record hence participants can share their views openly, freely and anonymously.

Risk.net would welcome senior practitioners to take part to exchange idea with peers and to move forward together during uncertain times.

Register for this interactive roundtable

This interactive roundtable is reserved for senior level executives. You will be notified if your registration is successful.

While audience participation isn't required, we want this online session to be as interactive as possible and encourage attendees to ask questions and make comments. 

The event is held under Chatham House Rule to allow for an open discussion.

Please contact us if you have any question or wish to book by email: