Relational to sponsor LendingUP!

26 February 2019

LendingUP! is designed to build up an exclusive community of top executives with active interests in the continental Europe markets and concerning the hottest trends in consumer and SME loans. Every year, LendingUP! brings together the most innovative banks, marketplace lenders and other key industry players, creating that right-sized platform limited to max 70 selected senior executives. As a sponsor, Relational has invited Ms. Olga Theodoratou, Head of Business Process Redesign, Eurobank, Greece as one of the event’s speakers. Ms. Theodoratou will deliver a presentation titled «Adopt best practices to revolutionize the lending process».

LendingUP! will take place in Prague on March 7 & 8.

More information on the conference: https://www.theevolynx.com/lendingup

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