Registrations for the 9th World Consumer Credit Reporting Conference in Dubai are ahead of expectations. As a result, we are close to reserving all the rooms we requested at the Hyatt, especially those at the guaranteed conference rate for delegates coming in before Oct. 19, or staying after Oct. 21.
The Conference agenda is set. Some of the timely sessions you won’t want to miss include:
- An overview of the latest credit reporting developments in the GCC region. Al Etihad, the UAE’s newest credit bureau, will begin operations in September.
- The International Finance Corporation will update delegates on the challenges it sees in the global credit reporting market and discuss its development work in the emerging markets.
- Micro-lending and the SME market are receiving increased attention by credit bureaus. What are the similarities and differences between SME’s and consumer credit?
- Mobile technology is becoming a financial tool in those areas of the world where branch banking is not as established. What role can credit bureaus play in reaching the underserved population via mobile phones?
Until the end of August we can guarantee the Hyatt will have rooms available before and after the Conference at the preferred rate. After that it will be a first come, first served basis dependent on how many rooms the Hyatt has available. So why add that to the list of issues you have on your plate. Register today and plan on attending a conference that will address the latest credit reporting issues while staying at one of the top hotel properties in Dubai.
For complete details and registration information, go to www.wccrc2014.com/index.html
The Organizing Committee for the 9th World Consumer Credit Reporting Conference
Association of Consumer Credit Information Suppliers (ACCIS)
Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA)
Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH)