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27 November 2019

AI and Risk Management in Capital Markets

Updates on Explainable AI, Ethics and Use Cases from Technology Leaders in the Financial Services Industry

A concise and practical one day conference exploring AI use cases for risk management in capital markets, organised for banks and asset management firms.

AI and Risk Management in Capital Markets What's on the Agenda

What's on the Agenda..

Hear from Heads of AI on AI Explainability (AIX), Governance and Ethics

Join us for a keynote speech from Janet Adams, Head of Risk Controls | Head of AI at TSB Bank that will cover explainable AI and how to create a framework for the responsible use of AI at your firm. Throughout the day, leaders in financial technology will offer their thoughts and ideas on the ethical issues surrounding AI via interactive presentations and panels. This provides attendees with an excellent opportunity to benchmark their firm's position on AI against other market participants.

Manage the Risks of AI

With AI model use cases increasing exponentially, learn from risk professionals about best practice for machine learning models and how to mitigate model risk. Look at real world AI model use cases and discuss their benefits and limitations. Amongst peers, explore the current model risk regulatory guidelines and discuss the efficacy of these in the wake of a new wave of AI models.

Examine how Banks and the Buy-Side are Using Artificial Intelligence

Hear from leading asset managers on how firms are using intelligent machines to streamline processes and enhance operational efficiency. Examine how AI can be used to enhance customer experience and ensure that you are able to mitigate associated risks. On the banking side, discover how machine learning is used for credit scoring, algorithms are being used for risk management and intelligent automation is being used as a cyber security tool.