Applying Artificial Intelligence to Small Business
Artificial intelligence technology is enabling new approaches to small business lending, which has historically been challenging for lenders to operate efficiently. In this webinar you will see how AI can automate underwriting and enable real-time portfolio monitoring. In an unprecedented downturn and recovery cycle, traditional approaches to SMB lending are inadequate; luckily new approaches and tools are available.
Who Should Attend: Lending Professionals, Credit & Risk Professionals, Digital Transformation Professionals
- Shorten underwriting cycles and timelines
- Streamline and automate manual processes
- Improve employee engagement
- Reduce loss rates
- Improve customer service
Originally trained as a corporate attorney and investment banker, Gord has spent the last 15 years in C-suite positions in award winning high growth technology companies. He had significant experience in helping grow technology companies from the near start-up phase (20 people) through to substantial international scale (20 global offices and 800 people).
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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