Posted on Mar 30, 2017 2:17pm PDT

Bridgeforce has been invited to speak at the Consumer Bankers Association’s annual conference, April 3-5, which expects over 1,300 financial professionals in attendance. Bridgeforce will lead sessions on growth and consumer reporting compliance.

Bridgeforce industry experts have been invited to speak at CBA LIVE 2017 on industry-relevant topics. A breakfast session, hosted by Bridgeforce, kicks off the opening day of the conference with a discussion on leveraging the investments made in compliance and risk management to support growth needs. Then, on Tuesday, Bridgeforce leaders will share with the audience how others in the industry have achieved excellence in consumer reporting compliance, using real-world examples.

This year’s conference, held at the Gaylord Texan, in Dallas, promises to provide programming tailored toward professionals motivated to learn new trends and share ideas with the most influential decision makers in the industry. With an emphasis on leadership and strategic best practices that can bridge customer experience with business goals and regulatory mandates, Bridgeforce will bring a rich experience to conference attendees. The Bridgeforce sessions are:

Compliance & Risk Management Innovation – The Key to Growth

Monday, 8:30-10am | Dallas 5-7

Heavy investing over the past several years has enhanced both compliance and controls. And now, we’re seeing great value from leveraging these foundational efforts to support growth needs.

Bridgeforce industry leaders, Andrew Domino and John Sanders, will shares insights on how to use your compliance and control foundations to innovate for growth. They’ll explore a host of examples including: simplifying and digitizing the customer journey, refining underwriting, modifying collections strategies, and automating compliance checks.

They’ll also discuss the prerequisites to have in place because getting these foundations ready is no longer just about avoiding regulatory risks, it’s also about being left behind by the competition.

Andrew Domino, COO and Executive Director – International Practice

John Sanders, Co-Founder and Managing Director – Non-Bank Lenders/Capital Markets Practice

Achieving Excellence in Consumer Reporting Compliance

Tuesday, 4:10-5:10pm Austin 4-6

Are you addressing all the necessary elements to meet the increased regulatory expectations for credit reporting and disputes handling? This session will highlight best practices and actual examples to bring these efforts to life and provide takeaways to improve your programs. Learn how to minimize risk, enhance the customer experience, and satisfy regulatory expectations for data furnishing, disputes handling, and usage of consumer data.

Brian Reiss, President, Bridgeforce

John Sanders, Co-Founder and Managing Director – Non-Bank Lenders/Capital Markets Practice

Michelle Macartney, Managing Director, US Banking Practice, Bridgeforce

John Jensen, Director, US Practice, Bridgeforce

More information about CBA LIVE 2017 can be found at http://consumerbankers.com/cba-live

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