CBA Team Contact
Includes a Live Event on 08/14/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Rutger van Faassen, VP of Consumer Lending, Informa Financial Intelligence
ABOUT THE WEBINAR:
A further decrease in Home Equity origination volume is caused by a combination of lower refinancing of end-of-draw customers, new entrants to the market and substitute products. This is resulting in more competition for less available demand which is putting all lenders under more pressure to come up with ways to capture new customers in a shrinking market. Customer expectation with regards to speed to disbursement has changed and more customers are choosing a more seamless digital lending journey.
In this midyear market update, Informa Financial Intelligence will provide valuable industry insights based on near real-time origination and portfolio market data along with feedback from ongoing engagements with clients as they apply these insights to their Home Equity strategies. The discussion will focus on the origination behavior, product and geographic performance, operational trends, and portfolio performance of Home Equity lines and loans.
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Rutger van Faassen works with clients by providing them with
actionable insights from the unique data assets Informa generates about the
competitive lending landscape both qualitative and quantitative. He brings
broad experience in international retail lending to Informa clients.
Rutger recently joined Informa from Nomis Solutions where he was Vice President of Lending helping lenders globally implement lending price optimization solutions that generated proven benefits.
Prior to joining Nomis in 2008, Rutger worked at ABN AMRO Mortgage Group. During his ten years at ABN AMRO Rutger was responsible for setting up mortgage businesses in different global markets.