The webinar will feature Buster Tolfree, commercial director of UTB, Jonathan Shapiro, founder of Optalitix and Paul Brett, managing director of Landbay on the panel.
United Trust Bank, Optalitix and Landbay are set to feature in the inaugural TIP-Talks innovation webinar.
The event, which takes place on 10 December, is sponsored by UTB and Optalitix who are also hosting a series of webinars called 'The Innovation Pipeline (TIP!)-Talks'.
The Innovation Pipeline (TIP!)-Talks focuses on looking at future innovation and technology advancements in the financial services arena.
This webinar will feature Buster Tolfree, commercial director of UTB, Jonathan Shapiro, founder of Optalitix and Paul Brett, managing director of Landbay on the panel.
Tolfree, Shapiro and Brett will discuss the impact of AI and auto decisioning on the customer relationship.
The webinar, which will last one hour and is free to join, will also conclude with a Q&A session from the panel.
Further TIP Talks are scheduled and will focus on the power of data and demystifying APIs.
Tolfree said: “Technology has transformed the way much of the financial services sector now operates, and the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the development and implementation of FinTech across lenders, brokers and other property professionals.
“However, although great strides have been taken in 2020, we’re really only scratching the surface of what’s coming down the techpipe in the next few years.
“This is an exciting time for anyone working in financial services and has an interest in AI and the digitisation of the sector.
“I’m delighted Paul Brett from Landbay is joining us and I’m sure I’ll learn as much from him and FinTech guru Jonathan as those who turn up and take part on the day!”
Shapiro added: “UTB have become one of the specialist lending sector’s digital leaders and its really great to see the growing enthusiasm for all things FinTech as we move into 2021.
“I’m really looking forward to being involved in TIP-Talks, sharing knowledge, debunking some AI myths and building a useful resource library for anyone interested in technology in the financial services industry.”