Hear from Provenir and TransUnion Experts
The Canadian economic landscape has changed dramatically this year. Recent increases in inflation and interest rates have driven uncertainty and volatility into the market and fraudsters are growing more and more sophisticated – digital fraud attempts rose a whopping 218% in Canadian financial services from late 2021 to early 2022. On the flip side, unemployment is at its lowest rate in decades and immigration hit an all-time high in 2021, opening up more opportunities to extend credit.
Watch now aas leaders from TransUnion and Provenir share their outlook on the current state of the Canadian economy and discuss how lenders can use data and AI to become more agile in meeting customers’ needs and capitalize on growth opportunities, while efficiently mitigating risks.
Tune in and:
- Discover strategies needed to quickly react to changing market dynamics
- Identify opportunities for growth through financial inclusivity
- Understand how data can be used for growth as well as risk management
- Learn about new trends in fraud and how to mitigate business exposure
- Matt Fabian – Director, Financial Services Research and Consulting, TransUnion Canada
- Cheryl Woodburn – Country Manager, Canada, Provenir