Applications open from 2019-09-26 to 2019-11-11
New data sources for onboarding optimization and risk assessment
Looking for new sources of our digital clients data to optimize their experience and predict a future banking behavior.
Show us your startup way to find new data sources for onboarding and risk assessment.
We want to optimize the experience of new clients that are onboard with digital channels, especially in Latin America. To do this we need to profile them with information that BBVA doesn’t have, without the clients providing it. The aim is to look for new sources of data beyond the credit bureaus, information that allows us to predict the behavior of these people (access to social security info, hired services, address, job, etc.).
We want to use this challenge as a way to do real scouting. We want to know data aggregators that are able to connect to BBVA. We will provide the participants with a brief list with the details of the type of data we are looking for.
What you should know is that it is about looking for brand new sources of data. It is also important to say that we are not looking for third party risk models; we will use the Bank's models with data from third parties, which is different.
-Have an interest to be contacted by BBVA and its Business Units and/or its Group entities to explore business opportunities for the development of innovative products or services for BBVA clients.
-Not be registered in a country that is considered a tax haven in accordance with applicable regulations.
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The Winner of this initiative will receive the following prize from BBVA:
Amazon gift card for the amount of EUR 300,00.
1. Reliability of data origin.
2. Data from BBVA Latin American countries (mainly: Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Argentina)
3. The data must be able to be given to BBVA for storage and processing .
4. Availability to make a PoC quickly.
5. Startup/business that is able to operate in the countries previously given.
BBVA is a global financial group with a customer-centric retail business model, offering its customers worldwide a full range of financial and non-financial products and services.