From November 17 to 18, 2022, Dr. Turner will attend the ASEAN Credit Reporting Convention hosted by the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC). With Cambodia holding the current Chairmanship of ASEAN, the NBC in collaboration with the CBC will indeed be organizing the first ever ASEAN Credit Reporting Convention in […]
International Committee on Credit Reporting (ICCR) Plenary Meetings
Dr. Michael Turner will virtually attend plenary meetings to be hosted by the International Committee on Credit Reporting (ICCR) this November 3, 2022 to November 4, 2022. The main topics of discussion will revolve around the alternative data landscape, the prevalence of embedded credit and data markets, the role of credit reporting in fostering sustainability, […]
14th Annual Financial Literacy Leadership Conference – Preparation Meeting
Last October 24, 2022, Dr. Michael Turner was a virtual panelist in the 14th Annual Financial Literary Leadership Conference Preparation Meeting. Along with other panelists, Dr. Turner was able to discuss the question “How does Credit Contribute to an Equitable Society?” He talked about how access to credit is a powerful tool for acquiring wealth, […]
SFE&PD’s 13th Annual Financial Literacy Leadership Conference
On Nov. 9-10, 2021, the same panel that spoke about the suppression and deletion of negative credit information in PERC’s most recent report release will speak at the Society for Financial Education and Professional Development’s (SFE&PD) 13th Annual Financial Literacy Leadership Conference, which will be held virtually. SFE&PD, a national nonprofit dedicated to enhancing financial and economic […]
FIDN Roundtable on Technology and Regulation: Good Data Governance for Responsible Digital Finance
Dr. Turner will virtually attend the Financial Infrastructure Development Network (FIDN) Roundtable on Technology and Regulation: Good Data Governance for Responsible Digital Finance, hosted by Fudan University and Chey Institute for Advanced Studies (CIAS). He will speak on the panel discussing strengthening the data governance framework. Stay tuned for more details!
Suppression/Deletion Report Release
Join us for the release of “Why Addition is Better than Subtraction: Measuring Impacts from System-Wide Deletion and Suppression of Derogatory Data in Credit Reporting.” The study, authored by the Policy and Economic Research Council (PERC) and supported by the Society for Financial Education and Professional Development (SFE&PD), simulated the impacts of large-scale suppression and […]
NTU Panel Discussion on Credit Scoring
Patrick Walker discussed our joint-study with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on reporting tenant rental payment data at the National Taxpayer Union’s panel. Watch the video here.
Roundtable on Strengthening Resilience in the Asia-Pacific Region
Bianca Lee attended this event organized by the Asia-Pacific Financial Forum (APFF) Disaster Risk Financing & Insurance and the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) Philippines, which focused on how public-private partnerships can help strengthen APEC member economies’ resilience in 3 areas: inclusive consumer-level risk transfer solutions (agriculture and non-agriculture), business interruption insurance against pandemic risk […]
9th Financial Infrastructure Development Network Conference
Dr. Turner attended the 9th Financial Infrastructure Development Network (FIDN) Conference on Deepening Reforms organized by the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC), the Philippines Department of Finance, and Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX). He spoke on the lessons from international experience with credit reporting and how to reap the benefits of a sustainable […]
Roundtable on Fostering Financial Sector Climate Leadership
Bianca Lee attended this event hosted by the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) Japan and the Asia-Pacific Financial Forum’s Sustainable Finance Development Network. Industry experts shared the developments in and challenges surrounding climate and sustainable finance efforts, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.