Comprehensive Credit Reporting – Have we crossed the finishing or starting line?

  • April 2, 2014 · 12:00 PM
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Comprehensive Credit Reporting – Have we crossed the finishing or starting line?

David Grafton
EGM, Credit Risk & Advisory Services, Veda

This presentation will summarise the current position on Comprehensive Credit Reporting (CCR) both in terms of the new compliance regime and in respect of business impact. Customer readiness, portfolio sequencing and usage trends will be discussed along with bureau product development and sequencing. B2C impacts will be explored and international comparisons drawn. Time will be provided for Q&A. Questions tabled in advance (by email to [masked]) will be given priority.

David Grafton joined Veda Group in May 2012. David has held senior executive positions across the banking and credit industries in Australia, the UK, USA and Europe for more than 26 years.

Prior to joining Veda, David was the Chief Risk Officer for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia's Retail Bank, responsible for all aspects of credit and operational risk management and compliance.

David is a director and former chairman of the Australasian Retail Credit Association and has for many years been an industry leader in advocating the move to comprehensive credit reporting.

Before joining CBA, David was CEO and Director of Data Advantage/Baycorp and also had considerable international credit bureau, analytics and software experience in previous roles with Experian and Equifax in the UK, USA and Europe.

When: Wednesday, 2nd April 2014, 12:00-2:00pm

Registration: 12:00 - 12:30pm (Please be early as you must be issued an ANZ visitor pass)
Presentation & discussion: 12:30 - 1:30pm
Networking: 1:30pm - 2:00pm

Where: Core C conference suites, ANZ Centre, 833 Collins Street, Docklands, Melbourne (More detailed directions will be provided closer to the day)

Catering: There will be no catering, so please fend for yourselves

Registration: Go to Core C Conference Suites Reception. Get your name badge from Derek Chong, Aparna Mohan, or Ross Gayler. Having a name badge avoids the need to sign in for a visitor pass.

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The presentation room seats 50 people. If there are no places left you will automatically be placed on a waiting list.

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