1 day conference
26 September 2017 | Amsterdam
At the Alternative Lending Event 2017 the value chain of lending will be dismantled and examined
At the Alternative Lending Event 2017 the value chain of lending will be dismantled and examined. As part of the disintermediation of banks, many new initiatives for ‘platform lending’ arise and challenge the existing financial institutions. At this event we will look at the different parts of the value chain of lending from the perspectives of both ‘high street banks’ and new platforms that focus on a specific niche.
Though mortgages are already a well-known asset class in the Netherlands for institutional investors, the possibilities offered by investing in SME, CRE and consumer loans are also gaining attention.
Key topics of the event:
This event gives a great insight in the whole new order of lending and the new role banks play in it.
Please join us on the 26th of September in Amsterdam to hear all about it and meet your peers and build upon new relations.
Opening by your chairman
Overview market: comparing alternative lenders in the UK market
Creating the best conditions possible to stimulate competition: Regulatory stimulation of the Alternative Finance market in the Capital Markets Union
PANEL – in the spotlight – Why Alternative Lending is skyrocketing
Setting the scene: the shift from traditional banks to fintech companies and alternative lending for mortgages, SME, CRE and consumer loans
Investors/ lenders perspective versus Platform perspective
Regulatory aspects of consumer lending in the Netherlands
(Before lunch, 1 minute pitches – break out sessions)
Break out A – choose the session of your liking
Break out B – choose the session of your liking
One stop shopping for yield seekers – a platform based selection of Alternative Investment opportunities
Spotlight on different loan types: mortgages, SME, CRE and consumer loans
Debate: The future of lending: The place of incumbent players and challengers
Closing remarks by your chairman
End of program. Networking drinks