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25 Sep 2018
How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming The Financial Ecosystem. The New Physics Of Financial Services

How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming The Financial Ecosystem. The New Physics Of Financial Services

As artificial intelligence (AI) significantly changes the traditional operating models of financial institutions—shifting strategic priorities and upending the competitive dynamics of the financial ecosystem—how can financial institutions better embrace AI and prepare themselves for the future?

11 Sep 2018
AI And Risk Management - Innovating With Confidence.

AI And Risk Management - Innovating With Confidence.

Financial services (FS) firms are increasingly incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) into their strategies to drive operating and cost efficiencies, as well as critical business transformation programs. Overall, however, adoption of AI in Financial Services is still in its early stages.

9 Sep 2018
Financial Services Regulatory Outlooks

Financial Services Regulatory Outlooks

2017 brought Brexit and a new U.S. political administration which led to significant uncertainty. We also saw pressures on the banking and life insurance sectors from sluggish economic growth and low interest rates in Europe and the U.S., and competition from new FinTech entrants. Looking ahead to 2018, most of these challenges and uncertainties remain.

5 Sep 2018
Keep Calm And Regulate: How Disruptive Technologies Are Disrupting Regulators.

Keep Calm And Regulate: How Disruptive Technologies Are Disrupting Regulators.

Driverless automobiles—we’re all excited for their arrival and the day when a long drive means catching up on work or taking a nap. Not surprisingly, auto makers and technology companies are excited, too, and are well down the path to presenting a viable driverless vehicle.

27 Aug 2018
My Algorithm Doesn’t Fit - When Technology Fails To Consider The Human Factor, Regulators Must Protect Citizens And Preserve Society’s Values.

My Algorithm Doesn’t Fit - When Technology Fails To Consider The Human Factor, Regulators Must Protect Citizens And Preserve Society’s Values.

As more and more organizations rely on data gathering and algorithms to help them make decisions, more inequality and bias is likely to be exposed, some with serious consequences for people as they interact with financial services, health care, government, employers, or even the justice system.