Home Credit Philippines (HCPH)Executive Director and Treasurer Zdenek Jankovsky was recently appointed by the country’s leading association of fintech and digital players FinTech Alliance Philippines as committee chairman of financing and lending.
With a solid commitment to helping build a more sustainable and financially inclusive country, Jankovsky brings to his role expertise in promoting responsible lending with emphasis on protecting Filipinos’ financial health. His leadership also aims to lead the discussion of loans, lending, and credit and address any negative perception to provide more Filipinos with a better understanding of these topics.
“It is an honor to be appointed as the committee chairman for financing and lending of the FinTech Alliance Philippines. With the same vision with all the members of this prestigious organization, I am one with them in creating opportunities to open conversations and pursue innovative efforts toward a progressive digital financial space in partnership with regulators and other business organizations in the country,” says Jankovsky.
Home Credit Philippines, where Jankovsky serves as executive director and treasurer, has been at the forefront of promoting innovation and digital inclusion, and championing financial literacy and empowerment reaching more than 20 million Filipinos last year. The company stands for responsible lending, empowering almost 10 million customers nationwide by providing them with financial access through consumer finance services and solutions.
“The FinTech Alliance PH is thankful to Jankovsky for taking on the committee chairmanship, who will take a proactive role in further promoting consumer protections and enabling policy reforms,” shares Lito Villanueva, FinTech Alliance PH’s founding chairman.
The Fintech Alliance Philippines is the country’s leading and largest digital trade organization comprised of different strategic players in the digital finance space in the Philippines. With over 70 corporate members, the Alliance generates over 90 percent of digital-initiated financial transactions nationwide. It contributes to the realization of the Digital Payments Transformation Roadmap of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
The Organization took an active role during the deliberation and consultation on the regulatory initiated interest rate cap framework. It also introduced Asia’s first industry-led code of conduct and code of ethics.