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Show Notes

The pandemic has forced financial services companies to think differently and move toward technology in order to be more consumer-focused. In the inaugural Credit Eco to Go podcast, Tim Collins, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of True Accord, and a member of the iA Innovation Council, tells us that the trend of “work from home” and the increase in consumer demand for technology is not going away. Listen as Tim and I discuss some positive outcomes fueled by this crisis, which will ultimately enhance the credit ecosystem. 


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