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Q2 2020 Consumer Credit Trends

Start Date:8/27/2020

Start Time:1:00 PM CDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Join us for TransUnion’s Q2 2020 Consumer Credit Trends webinar on August. 27 at 1 p.m. Central Time. The session will highlight TransUnion’s newly created “Monthly Industry Snapshot” which details industry insights and trends for the current month, metric comparisons of month-over-month and year-over-year trends within each line of business, as well as pertinent economic indicators over those periods. We’ll also reveal key findings from our popular quarterly Industry Insights Report (IIR). Overall, the webinar will focus on COVID-19 trends, our current environment, and the outlook for the following quarter. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights that can help shape your business and lending strategies.

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Speakers

Dan Simmons

Director, Financial Services Research & Consulting

TransUnion

Dan Simmons is responsible for providing insights on consumer credit risk management and recent trends in the lending industry. He brings nearly 21 years of financial services experience, including the past 12 years at IBM Consulting where he worked on projects in domestic and international locations (India, Israel, South Africa, United Kingdom and Vietnam). Additional background includes directing fraud, collections, customer service and vendor management operations for credit card, retail, power-sport and student loan portfolios. Simmons has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and received his bachelor’s degree in finance from Northern Illinois University

Chris Huszar

Senior Manager, Financial Services Research and Consulting

TransUnion

Chris Huszar is responsible for providing insights and thought leadership on consumer credit trends. He has over nine years of experience working in various risk management roles at Northern Trust and BMO Harris Bank. Huszar holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s degree in analytics from the University of Chicago.





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