How AI-Powered tech is transforming the credit risk process

AI technology is disrupting the fintech space by providing sharper insights that transforms credit risk decisioning, says Provenir

The global data and intelligence solutions provider, Provenir, is leading the marketplace through its data insights innovation and technologies. 

The US-based software technology company which supports the international fintech industry, ensures the marketplace is a global data and intelligence ecosystem that makes accessing data fast and easy.

Now, Provenir has invited industry professionals to join them in  their latest webinar that outline how can AI-powered risk decisioning can play a part in transforming the entire credit risk decisioning process.

The session, which is presented by key industry leaders, explores how technology continues to evolve and advances in big data, digital transformation, and AI/ML are creating new opportunities for financial services and fintechs to improve their credit decisioning processes.

The webinar panel discussion is being moderated by FinTech Magazine and will provide a spectrum of topics for discussion that outline the importance of using AI/ML to transform credit risk decisioning.

The webinar will explore:

- Opportunities and challenges in using AI for risk decisioning

- How to set up AI projects for success

- Ways that AI can impact the entire customer lifecycle

- How to power financial inclusion with alternative data and advanced analytics

Live link to the webinar

Webinar presenters on the expert panel

Tom Donlea, Vice President, APAC Ekata

Tom leads the efforts to expand the global recognition of Ekata into APAC, including opening an office in Singapore in early 2020. He focuses on key partnerships and strategic accounts in eCommerce, online lending, and fintech. Before this, he was a self-proclaimed Whitepages Pro evangelist. Tom was recently selected by the Merchant Risk Council (MRC) to help launch the Asia Pacific chapter from Singapore.

Thai Dinh, Head of Data Science and AI Paymaya

Thai leads Data Science and AI initiatives at PayMaya. His team is driving the effort of scaling Machine Learning applications and weaving intelligence into the fabric of operational processes to help PayMaya build an AI-First business. Before joining PayMaya, Thai was the Director of Data Science at Visa Inc., where he delivered advisory services to banking and fintech clients across emerging markets in Southeast Asia.

Bharath Vellore, General Manager, APAC Provenir

As General Manager of Asia-Pacific at Provenir, based in Singapore, Bharath is spearheading the effort to expand Provenir’s presence in the region. He is responsible to drive the strategy to quickly increase our engagement with the growing number of fintechs and innovative banks seeking access to industry-leading AI-powered risk decisioning software for real-time credit decisioning. He will oversee all regional business operations including sales, pre-sales, professional services, and customer success.

Bharath brings more than 15 years of experience working with Financial Services driving revenue growth, regional expansion and business development. Prior to joining Provenir, Vellore held leadership positions at LexisNexis Risk Solutions and Dow Jones.

Scott Birch, Chief Content Officer at BizClik Media Group

Scott is a creative media professional with 25 years of diverse international experience in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. He has edited daily, weekly, monthly and annual print titles, ranging from daily newspapers to glossy celebrity magazines, niche B2B magazines and luxury lifestyle publications. An early adopter of digital – creating web content since 1996 – he has also created digital app magazines, smartphone apps and overseen online strategy and social strategy. He has also worked in television, both behind and in front of the camera, and in public relations roles providing creative content and reputation management.


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