Data and the Future of Financial Services, 22nd January, London
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Data - and data analytics more specifically - are at the heart of the business strategies of all financial institutions. While machine learning, AI and cloud computing have undoubtedly enhanced the ability of market participants to utilise their data more effectively and more profitably, regulators are concerned about the new regulatory and ethical issues that this new era brings with it.
City & Financial Global’s Data and the Future of Financial Services Summit, which is being held at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London on 22nd January, is the forum for the discussion of these issues and for an analysis of the latest regulatory developments.
We are delighted that the following regulatory speakers have confirmed their participation:
- Steven Green, Head of Central Data Services, Innovation, Strategy and Competition Division, FCA;
- Beju Shah, Advisor - Digital Innovation / Future of Finance, Bank of England;
- Olga Petrenko, Head of Market Data, ESMA;
- Simon McDougall, Executive Director – Technology Policy and Innovation, ICO.
The full event programme and confirmed speakers can be viewed on the event website at www.cityandfinancialconferences.com/futureoffs.
Where: Cavendish Conference Centre, Cavendish Venues, 22 Duchess Mews, Marylebone, London, W1G 9DT.
Cost: Delegate Fee: £645 + VAT. Use discount code ‘DFFSCO’ to receive a 20% discount off the above fee.
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