Registration is now open for 2019 ACCIS Annual Conference

We are pleased to announce that registration is open for the 2019 ACCIS Annual Conference to be held in Athens, from June 13th to 14th, 2019. The ACCIS Conference, the largest gathering of professionals working on credit data issues in Europe, will again deliver the most up-to-date information in the field of credit referencing.

The event website is now live at 2019 ACCIS Annual Conference where you can find all the necessary information to plan your trip and register to participate. To secure your place, please click here

The theme of the conference is Enabling Trust through the Consumer Decision Journey. The agenda will put the focus on the connected consumer, consistent with the industry’s objective to enhance consumer-centrism in our activities. We will explore the role and importance of credit reference agencies and of comprehensive credit reporting systems in reducing irresponsible lending, while promoting financial inclusion and helping prevent fraud.

We will also review how credit reference activities and the innovations that the industry is mustering (e.g. data processing, artificial intelligence, e-identification, blockchain, etc.) can create and reinforce trust in the credit ecosystem through better consumer experiences and value.

An outline of the programme is available in the conference website. The organising committee is currently working on a more detailed programme and we will email you in a few weeks to let you know when the programme has been uploaded onto the website. In the meantime, we would welcome any suggestions regarding topics of interest and potential speakers.

If your organisation is interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please make sure to check out the sponsorship section on the website as well. If you have any comments or questions regarding sponsorship opportunities, or if you have any recommendations about the programme, please contact Enrique Velázquez, Director General of ACCIS at [email protected]

Source:  ACCIS