Loxon and Pio-Tech organized an event for “Newest Trends in Risk Management and KYC”
Apr 12, 2016
Pio-Tech the leading provider of Banking Business Intelligence and Performance Management solutions in Middle East and North Africa had organized an event with its partner Loxon, the European leading provider for risk management software solutions aimed to discuss and introduce banks in Jordan to the latest technologies, trends and solutions for managing risk, focusing on various topics including SME risk management and the latest Central Bank of Jordan regulations (Basel III).
Held on March 30th 2016 at The Four Seasons Hotel Amman and attended by a group of 50+ executives from leading banks in Jordan, the event included various sessions from Pio-Tech and Loxon, in addition to success stories from guest speakers from prestigious banks, including Mr. Mahdi Kilani, Head of Business Banking at Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank.
Mr. Mahdi Kilani, Head of Business Banking at Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank shared the bank experience and success story using Loxon Early Warning for managing a profitable SME portfolio in economic downturn, while Ms. Asma Abbadi, Senior Business Analyst at Jordan Kuwait Bank shared JKB success managing customer data using Pio-Techs Know Your Customer KYC and utilizing the solution to formulate 360° view of the bank’s clients. Mr. Rand Hashem Managing Director of Pio-Tech highlighted the challenges that faces the banks to manage their customer’s information in order to enhance the customers banking experience, while Mr. Tamas Erni, Managing Partner at Loxon Solutions presented the 21st century technology and risk management solutions related to Big Data utilization. Additionally Mr Bela Ocsi, Deputy CEO of Institute for Training and Consulting in Banking was introducing techniques for building powerful scoring and early warning models, then final speaker Mr. Tamas Toth, Head of Marcoprudential Methodology Department at Central Bank of Hungary shared his experience on overcoming increasing NPL rates.
The event also included a panel discussion session in which attendees were able to discuss and share thoughts with local and European banks and address challenges faced in managing their customer information and transforming available customer information into risk assessment.