Amwal Al Ghad English - 2016-04-23 14:49:32
Loxon, leading risk management software solutions provider, along with regional partner Pio tech, joins the SME Banking and Finance Egypt as Gold Sponsor. The event is scheduled for the 16th and 17th May at Fairmont Nile Hotel, Cairo, Egypt.
Loxon specializes in business consultancy and development of integrated front-end and back end applications for the banking industry. The core competency of the company is implementation of software solutions covering the entire lending lifecycle and risk management activities of financial services institutions. With products like Retail & corporate lending, scoring and collateral management, Loxon is a leader in financial management solutions.
Pio Tech, a partner organization of Loxon, is a leading provider of Banking Business Intelligence and Performance Management solutions in Middle East and North Africa, offering solutions such as customer information management and business process management.
Zoltan Nanai, Partner and Director at Loxon, will be presenting a session at the event on 'SME lending in the 21st century'. From the debate between mass lending and tailor made lending, to the challenges of applying big data techniques in credit scoring and portfolio monitoring, the session will be a study of the overall SME lending process. He will discuss the pillars of profitable SME lending and the application of latest technology trends versus traditional techniques of SME scoring.
SME Banking and Finance Egypt 2016, in partnership with Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East, is a platform for banking and financial professionals from across the region to discuss the future of SME banking in Egypt and the efforts of the Egyptian banks to promote SMEs in Egypt. Strategically partnered with the Egyptian Banking Institute, an affiliate of the Central Bank of Egypt, the event will have banking and financial experts sharing their insights on the Central Bank of Egypt's governing policies, SME Banking regulations, risk management, credit scoring and lending models. More»