The Digital Banking Club – Motor Finance 2018

The Digital Banking Club and ieDigital welcomed members from the motor finance industry for discussion around the ever-evolving topic of, you guessed it, motor finance!

The special breakfast event, held at the prestigious Law Society in London, played host to a panel of experts, as well as a delegation of industry specialists. The discussion revolved around a specific line of thought: To what extent will AI technology improve the motor finance proposition? Discussion points included:

  • Can chatbots deliver a more personal and compliant origination experience?
  • Will AI lead to better insight and credit decisioning?
  • Can in-car virtual assistants drive closer engagement with a finance provider?
  • Will AI result in a loss of the human touch?
  • Can you really derive value from AI in the short-term?

We’ve published a few articles about the potency of artificial intelligence, which you can read at your leisure now the event is over. We hope you enjoyed the Digital Banking Club Motor Finance event, and would love to hear from you about ways we can make improvements to the experience. Check out the photos from the event right here, and read our articles below.

Or see our brief highlights video of the event below …

The Panel

About The Digital Banking Club

Founded in 2013, the Digital Banking Club (DBC) is a community of decision makers and influencers from across the world of financial service. Our Live Debates offer participants the chance to meet face to face, network and debate a strategic issue facing their industry. Financial institutions may attend Live Debates free of charge.

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The Digital Banking Club – Motor Finance 2018

The DBC and ieDigital hosted a special breakfast session at The Law Society in London, 29 November 2018.


Date and time:
29 November 2018

The Law Society, 113 Chancery Ln, London WC2A 1PL

Event location

29 November 2018

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