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Fast Forward Digital

19 May 2020

If necessity is the mother of invention, then COVID-19 has been the force that has pushed more organisations to accelerate their digital strategies; we’ve spoken to businesses that have hastened their transformation programmes by three years and, on the face of it, should be well placed when life returns to some form of normality.

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The Mortgage Market Needs to up Its Automation Game, Now More Than Ever

13 May 2020

Richard Carter, Managing Director of Equiniti Credit Services, explores how adopting open technologies can help mortgage providers accelerate their digital transformation, improve customer services and boost their recovery in a post-COVID-19 world.

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Emerging Vulnerability Webinar

12 May 2020

In an uncertain digital age, where tech and circumstances allow and require us to minimise face-to-face interaction, does FinTech have a role to play in helping to identify, assist and protect those who are vulnerable?

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A Brands’ New Decade

25 February 2020

This is the seventh in a series of annual Equiniti Credit Services research reports investigating consumer attitudes to unsecured credit. 

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Credit Services

The Innovation Of Standby Services

26 November 2019

Lenders are often asked to implement a standby service as part of a funding requirement. The traditional standby service market can be seen as archaic as some standby services are asked to step in after 90 days. 

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Lenders: What’s The Deal With Data?

08 October 2019

Broader access to customer data is an opportunity for lenders to exceed their customer’s expectations and get ahead in the market, says Sarah Jackson, Sales Director, Equiniti Credit Services. But access is one thing; making sense of the data is another…

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