Smarter, faster, agile commercial lending: the future is all-in-one

How forward looking banks are redefining commercial lending.

The global value of corporate loans has hit pre-crisis levels, up to $3.9 trillion but banks continue to see disconnects throughout the lending lifecycle - from sales and origination through to credit risk management and servicing. The value of outstanding bank loans to corporate loans decreased $4 trillion between 2007 and 2014 to $41 trillion. Non-bank lenders accounted for $29 trillion of additional volume in this period. 

A loan shouldn't be exposed to rekeying at 15 or more different points along the loan lifecycle. Credit risk management should be integrated in the end-to-end process. Lending innovation means thinking differently about how to sell, price, risk manage, and service loans to reduce revenue leakage and capitalize on the next cycle of growth. Find out how banks and technology providers can redefine the lending landscape.

Watch this on demand webcast with Joanne Pollitt, Commercial Banking Senior Director, CEB Towergroup, Brian Shaw, General Manager, Lending, Misys and Johanna Pugh, Global Head of Lending, Misys to gain:

> Insight into the drivers of change in the global lending market and predictions for the future.

> A view of strategic investments being made today and innovation across the commercial lending spectrum.

> Examples of how investments that unify lending lifecycle management have driven growth and enhanced credit risk management for financial institutions globally.

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