Partnering for success in 2021.

Join Ibis webinar << Active NPL management >> to discover the next generation of Ibis software platform for digitalization of complex credit risk and collection processes and how our software can help you to build up the organizational capacity to process bad loans in the aftermath of the COVID-19.

Early warning signals| Forbearance| Timely default recognition| POCI| Collateral valuation| LGD modelling| Hard collection |NPL sale


Date:           Tuesday, March 30th, 2021 – Please register for the webinar not later than March 28th, 2021

Time:           9 am – 10 am

Location:    This is an online event – you will receive login information after registration

Presenter:  Ivan Pavlovic – Product Owner for Banking Risk Software


Please register for the webinar not later than March 28th, 2021. If you can’t attend, no problem – if you register, we’ll send you a link to watch the webinar on-demand.


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