November 3, 2020

Aryza joins prestigious lineup of speakers at the Credit Summit 2020

Sponsored by Experian, the Credit Summit is returning for a 12th year between the 3rd and 6th of November with a focus on alternative lending, trade credit, credit risk & collections and open banking. 

Part of the largest and most established credit conference, this year’s summit will reflect the times by becoming a fully digital, broadcast event, designed to address the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the industry. 

Joining a prestigious list of speakers will be Colin Brown, CEO of the Aryza Group and a leading figure in the lending, insolvency, credit and debt recovery space. Colin has played an integral role in bringing a number of innovative software solutions to the market in recent years, designed to help improve the financial health and well-being of both consumers and businesses. 

Discussing this year’s event Colin commented: 

“I’m thrilled to be joining the largest gathering of credit professionals in Europe at this year’s Credit Summit. In such uncertain times, it’s important our industry works hard to help businesses and consumers better understand and manage their finances.” 

The three-day event will be covering the key issues impacting today’s industry. From the future of finance and how to improve user experience and customer service by adapting to the digital age, to digitalisation of credit management, as well as the importance of financial inclusion in the consumer debt and credit market. 

Colin continued: 

“Covid-19 has become a catalyst for innovation, agility and transformation, and having worked closely alongside Experian this year, we’re confident that our digital solutions are the best on the market, so it’s a real honour to be sharing a slot with Kristina Burwood-Ansell.”

The Credit Summit will close with the Credit Awards, also sponsored by Experian, designed to showcase the incredible talent working across the profession. Despite taking place digitally, the 2020 celebration is set to be the biggest yet, with a record number of entries across 31 categories.