Getting access to accurate information on an individual’s income and employment is pivotal for informing risk. Getting consumers to share this data is often time consuming, and the manual review of payslips is resource intensive.
The pandemic has forced more of us to interact online with organisations and there’s a wealth of evidence that suggests more and more consumers want to access credit digitally. As we start to emerge from the pandemic consumers once again look to take out credit, it’s important to understand how you can respond responsibly to this change. Experian has teamed up with YouGov to investigate what consumers attitudes are towards sharing payroll data digitally. We’ll also be illustrating how making the move to digital verification will improve your application experience and help you say goodbye to paper payslips.
Head of Propositions and Product Marketing, Credit Services, Experian UK&I
Rob Haslingden is the UK Head of Propositions & Product Marketing for Experian’s Data division. He is also Experian’s UK lead on Open Banking. His remit is to demonstrate how financial services organisations can maximise the benefits Experian’s consumer and business information to minimise risk, improve customer management and deliver better outcomes for consumers.
In addition to working with clients, he also liaises with government, industry regulators and consumer groups demonstrating the benefits provided by Experian’s insight.
Work Report Commercial Lead, Salary Finance
Tom is an innovator and business leader specialising in consumer and B2B fintechs, and the use of alternative data in lending.
He leads the growth of the employment data partnerships that Work Report is built upon and is a key part of the team bringing the new product to market. Prior to Work Report, Tom co-founded a digital P2P lender.
Head of Bureau Consulting, Digital Consumer Information, Experian UK&I
Sean is responsible for Experian’s bureau consultancy team who work with clients to implement and optimise the use of Experian’s bureau solutions and the data within them. Sean has worked for Experian for over 25 years covering roles in the UK&I and EMEA including delivery, product development and consultancy.
Sean has worked extensively with the Banking and Financial services, Insurance, Utility and Telco markets to understand the synergies and challenges across those industries.