Building on the work of the Artificial Intelligence Public Private Forum, convened by the Bank of England and the FCA, the Regulation and Risk Management of Artificial Intelligence in Financial Services Summit will focus on how best to adapt regulation and best practice risk management to facilitate increased use of AI in financial services, with specific reference to model risk management, data protection and standards, strategic boardroom issues, governance, ethics and the role of senior management.
We are delighted that Chris Philp MP, Minister for Digital Infrastructure, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has agreed to give the opening keynote address at the summit.
Other confirmed speakers include:
- Varun Paul, Co-Head of the Fintech Hub, Bank of England
- Stephen Bonner, Executive Director of Regulatory Futures and Innovation, UK Information Commissioner's Office
- Lukasz Szpruch, Director of Finance and Economics Programme, The Alan Turing Institute
- Julian Cunningham-Day, TMT Partner, Global Co-head of Fintech, Linklaters
- Sarah Gadd, Head of Semantic Technology, Analytics and Machine Intelligence, Credit Suisse
- Rachel Kirkham, Executive Director, Audit and Risk Analytics, Mindbridge AI
- Shameek Kundu, Head of Financial Services and Chief Strategy Office, TruEra
- Gwilym Morrison, Senior Analytics Manager, Royal London
- Adri Purkayastha, Group Head of AI & Digital Risk Analytics, BNP Paribas
- Kate Rosenshine, Global Technology Lead - Unicorns & Scale-ups, Microsoft UK
- Neil Taylor, Vice President Data Strategy, Mastercard
- Professor Philip Treleaven, Director of the UK Centre for Financial Computing and Analytics and Professor of Computing, UCL
- Dr Adrian Weller, Programme Director for AI, The Alan Turing Institute and Member of the Advisory Board, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI)
The programme covers a wide range of highly topical issues including:
- The government’s AI strategy
- The conclusions of the Artificial Intelligence Public-Private Forum
- AI in financial services – current status and future potential
- How AI in financial services is regulated in the UK
- The EU’s proposed rules for AI in financial services
- AI model risk management and the regulatory framework
- The US approach to regulating AI in financial services
- AI and the implications for data protection
- AI at the boardroom level: understanding the strategic issues
- Data quality standards and regulation
- Data governance, ethics and culture
- Developing an AI governance framework and the role of senior management
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For more information, please get in touch with the below Secretariat Team.