Is your financial institution operating in the 'dark ages' when it comes to offering small business and consumer loans? Most community institutions today cannot profitably originate, underwrite and manage consumer loans <$35,000 and business loans <$100,000 at a profit due to lack of automation and process inefficiencies.
It's time your financial institution changes its way of thinking about how to provide these highly sought-after loans if you are to compete with Fintech lenders that have grown 1000% or more in the past 10 years... and taken your account holders in the process.
Consider the unfortunate state of small business and consumer lending for FIs today:
Register for this 60-minute webinar to learn how to adopt a proven strategy to serve these small business and consumer market segments profitably, efficiently and, most importantly, with a superior customer experience that wins the day.
The presenter, Bob Giltner, Chairman of RCGILTNER Services, will provide case studies that demonstrate how FIs can adopt a digital lending strategy to target and grow both loan and deposit relationships in these market segments.
Using digital technology, your FI can elevate efficiency and customer service by automating your loan processes including:
Offering new and existing customers access to small business and consumer loans will soon not be an option, it will be a necessity if your FI is to compete in today's automated lending environment. Attend this webinar and learn how to get there with a complete, end-to-end digital strategy.
ROBERT C. GILTNER
Chairman, RCGILTNER Services
Bob Giltner has a 30-year career in founding three prior companies to serve financial institutions, all sold to larger buyers. His focus has been on revenue growth in retail banking, small business lending, checking strategy and technology. Bob has provided software services to banks and national online opening strategy and brands.
Bob is a frequent speaker and author. He holds a B.A. in Economics for Centre College, and an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.