Nivo to hold second charge conference

The event will be packed with content exclusively focusing on the second charge sector

Nivo to hold second charge conference

Fintech company Nivo will hold its first ever second charge conference this Thursday, May 4, in London’s Marylebone.

Packed with content exclusively focusing on the second charge sector, Nivocon will feature presentations and interactive panel discussions on hot technology topics, including artificial intelligence and natural language programming.

Other topics which will be discussed include: how technology can help brokers overcome Consumer Duty pain points, what you need to know about digital identification and verification, automated broker packaging for fast lending, and analysis and predictions for the second charge market.

“We’re thrilled to announce the first ever NivoCon and are delighted that some of the most important players in the second charge market will be there to share their views on some of the hottest technology topics affecting the sector,” said Damon Williams (pictured), sales director at Nivo.

“NivoCon promises to deliver an engaging mix of industry innovations, success stories, informed opinion, and great entertainment to keep attendees energised and inspired. We aim for guests to leave the day armed with everything they need to know about the technologies which have the potential to power their future success or leave them trailing their competitors if ignored.”

Speakers and panel members already confirmed include, among others, Buster Tolfree from United Trust Bank, Matt Tristram from Loans Warehouse, Craig Collins from Admiral Money, Leonard Benning from Selina Finance, Tim Wheeldon from Fluent Money, Andy Fisher from Freedom Finance, Shelley Stern from Spring Finance, Maeve Ward from Central and Mercantile Trust, Carly Gibb from PA Consulting, and Nivo’s Mat Elliot, Mike Common, and Damon Williams.

Due to the maximum occupancy of the Wimpole Street conference venue, entry will be strictly limited to those who have pre-registered to attend the free event. Those interested in attending can register online through the dedicated event website.

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