NextGen Banking London: the AI Revolution Explore what the AI revolution means for banks
etc.venues St. Paul's, 200 Aldersgate, St. Paul’s, London, EC1A 4HD
There is no doubt that AI is the next wave of computing and will unleash major change in all industries. But what does the rise of AI mean for the next generation of banking?
For financial institutions, AI represents an opportunity to radically improve efficiency, risk management and regulatory compliance, and customer service.
But to stay ahead of the AI revolution, financial institutions need to navigate a complex array of AI techniques, cultural challenges and technology decisions, to ensure they lay solid foundations for their AI-driven futures.
Finextra’s NextGen Banking London 2018 conference on 17 May will bring together practitioners from across the financial services industry to explore what the AI revolution means for banks – and what financial institutions need to do in the short, medium and longer terms to benefit from AI, and ensure their customers do so as well.
The conference programme will tackle a number of important questions including:
Whether your business is in retail or commercial banking or capital markets, and whether your focus is front or back office, the AI revolution means change.
Join us at NextGen Banking London 2018 and gain actionable insights into how to profit from that change by leveraging AI and the benefits it can bring.
Beju Shah, Head of Data Collection & Publication, Delivery, Technology, Bank of England
Francois Blanc, Head of Customer Experience - Customer and Innovation, Santander UK
Paul Schooley, COO, CashPlus
Philip Kinlen, Data Scientist, AIB
Roshan Rohatgi, Senior Digital Innovation Lead, RBS
Sean Hunter, Chief Information Officer, ACORN machine
Stephanie Pelsmakers Chapter Lead Digital Customer Experience, ING Bank
Syed Husain, Enterprise Architecture Manager, Accenture
This year’s event will take place at Etc. Venues, 200 Aldersgate, St. Paul’s, London, EC1A 4HD. The venue is just opposite the Museum of London and a short walk from St. Pauls or Barbican tube stations.
Please see the venue website for more info here.