CV FINTECH DAY

CRIF speaks at CVFINTECHDAY organized by Credit Village

CVFINTECHDAY is a Credit Village initiative aimed at stimulating discussion between already established financial intermediaries and promoting awareness of some of the most important FinTech issues to the general public.

Giorgio Costantino, CRIF Executive Director, will be among the speakers at the Round Table during the “How Fintech will disrupt Credit Management” session.

For more information, consult the event website: https://creditvillage.news/fintechday/en/home-en/

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