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BIIA Newsletter July I – 2015 – 10th Anniversary Issue

Dear Members and Friends of BIIA, Happy Birthday BIIA!  Our association was launched in July 2005 in Hong Kong.  To download the 10th anniversary issue, please click on this link: BIIA Newsletter July I – 2015 10th Anniversary Issue This issue is complimentary. Late Breaking News: BIIA 10th Anniversary 2005 – 2015 Experian and Kabbage in Strategic Alliance Thomson Reuters Partners ... Read More »

Alibaba Moves into Financial Data and Information Services

Alibaba is investing nearly $200 million in China Business News (CBN) as it prepares to move into the financial data and information services industry. In its latest foray into the financial services sector, Alibaba is teaming up with CBN owner Shanghai Media Group to create a platform aimed at SMBs that will offer financial news and information.  Alibaba says that ... Read More »

BIIA Welcomes Cristal Credit as Associate Member

CRISTAL CREDIT is an independent group, operating in North America, Europe, South America and Asia founded in 2003 by Kévin RIVATON and Jean François JARD both specialists in credit management business and intelligence information. CRISTAL CREDIT it is 20 years of experience , serving financial institutions, private investors, law rms and multinational rms all over the world.  CRISTAL CREDIT in the Americas (Miami, New-York, ... Read More »

Attglobal.net and the Monday Morning Blues – Service Interruption

Why does it always happen on a Monday?  You can almost count on it:  The AT$T’s Internet service: Attglobal.net has not survived its weekend maintenance and its subscribers, including BIIA are unable to send and receive messages.  Is old infrastructure to blame? BIIA is impacted by the service outage as it cannot receive incoming mail.  Members should contact BIIA management ... Read More »

Meet our Member Thomson Reuter

BIIA Welcomes Thomson Reuters Financial Crime and Reputational Risk Unit as a Member Thomson Reuters has a wide range of products & services supporting corporate governance, addressing risks, and ensuring compliance for organizations. For further details go to:  Thomson Reuters Read More »

Credit Bureaus and the Theory of Punctuated Equilibrium

The theory of punctuated equilibrium was recently used as metaphor in a speech of what credit bureaus could expect if they did not change their business model. Import Details: Rapid change is underway in the form of technology which, by itself, is nothing new to the credit bureau industry, having used technology to get from paper to digital, and to ... Read More »