Al Etihad Credit Bureau host educational webinar for students of Higher Colleges of Technology
Dubai, UAE – 12 December 2022: Al Etihad Credit Bureau (AECB), a UAE federal government entity that provides information and analytics to support credit decisions, recently hosted a webinar titled “The Art of Credit – Buy Now, Pay Later” for students and staff of Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT).
Commenting on the session and the purpose behind it, Marwan Ahmad Lutfi, CEO of AECB, said: “At AECB, we are committed to educating the younger generation about credit – specifically how to build a healthy credit score and how credit reports can be used as an effective tool to build financial stability. Through educational programmes like these, and with the help of leading universities like HCT, we can raise awareness about the importance of credit reports among a new generation of learners, especially as they prepare for the professional world.”
AECB’s credit reports are growing in popularity as banks, financial institutions, telecommunications service providers, and government agencies, as well as a growing number of businesses, rely on them to make informed credit decisions. AECB continually works to improve its credit reports by collecting and analysing data on the credit histories of individuals and businesses, including cheque issuances, cheque clearances, telecommunications payments, and payments for water and electricity. By consolidating the data received from the various data providers, the Bureau is the go-to-source for comprehensive information on the credit history of individuals and businesses.
For more information, please visit http://www.aecb.ae
About Al Etihad Credit Bureau
Al Etihad Credit Bureau is a Public Joint Stock Company wholly owned by the UAE Federal Government. The company was established as per UAE Federal Law No. (6) of 2010 concerning Credit Information and its amendments in Federal Decree Law No. (8) of 2020. Al Etihad Credit Bureau is mandated to request and organise the collection, preservation, analysis, classification, use and dissemination of credit information and is authorised by law to perform these activities. The information then produced into a variety of credit-related products in a fully digital process. For more information visit http://www.aecb.ae or download the AECB app available in App Store and Google Play.