The Transformative role of AI in Finance
Powered by machine learning, AI is excellent at finding patterns in data. Credit companies have heaps of information regarding past customers, ranging from demographic and sociographic insights to payment schedule adherence. It follows that these tools can show the risk of default with high accuracy.
Among the key drivers for adoption of AI and machine learning (ML) is the level of insight it offers into customers, markets and competitors, as well as the cost and time advantages of automating processes. As it continues to develop, it can identify patterns for FIs to offer bespoke services to their customers. Though it is still in its nascent stage the speed at which it is progressing to evolve different sectors, can we expect that the prospects are going to lead to minor losses and smarter trading?
Key points to discuss:
- Why is AI the future?
- Is AI a disruptive force for finance?
- What is the growing impact of AI in different business industries today?
- Is the hybrid cloud model the best approach companies should take to upgrade their services?
6:30 pm: The arrival of guests and drinks reception
7:00 pm: Introduction by Ortus and short address from HPE/Equinix
7:10 pm: Keynote presentation
7:45 pm: General Q&A
8:00 pm: Discussion instigated by the independent moderator and continued by group
8:45 pm: Mains are served
9:00 pm: Discussion brought to a close and continuation of networking
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Regional CFO of SEA, HK and Taiwan at Coty
CFO of Asia at Julius Baer
CFO of CFLD International Business at CFLD International
Head of PMO – Project and Portfolio Management at Roche
Head of Fixed Income at Bank of Singapore
VP of Finance at TVS-Asianics Supply Chain Solutions
Group Finance Director at Digicel Group
Finance Director at Schneider Electric
Finance Director at L’Oréal
Finance Director at Airswift
Director, Cash Initiatives at GE Treasury
Asia-Pacific Operations Controller at Air Liquide
Asia Pacific Controller at JLL