Celent Roundtable | Emerging Technologies for Governance, Compliance, and Financial Crime (Invitation only)
Announcing the launch ofCelent's Risk Management and Compliance Roundtable Series.
The inaugural Risk Roundtable will take place in London on 23 May 2018. This exclusive, invitation-only event will allow senior leaders from leading financial firms to discuss the latest trends, developments and innovations related to technology.
This interactive session is led by our analysts and supplemented by Celent research but includes peer-to-peer discussions between executives at financial institutions. The event follows our traditional format, with Celent analysts presenting trends, points-of-view and mentioning specific tools and technology to address pressing challenges and opportunities.
Join us as we take a fresh look at the foundations for best practice in operational risk management. Driven by regulation, business imperatives, and the operating environment, risk and compliance has grown steadily to become one of the largest — and most complex — cost centers at banks and capital markets firms. Insurers too are feeling the heat. This event will provide timely and original insights on technology and business strategies aimed at increasing efficiency and efficacy in operational risk management, compliance, and financial crime investigation; and delivering added value to the business.
Included on the agenda:
- What strategic risk management IT imperatives do firms need to focus on in the next year?
- How can emerging technologies like AI, RPA, and blockchain help solve regulatory and cost challenges in compliance?
- What role is regtech playing in the evolution of financial crime technology? What will the migration path from incumbent to next generation solutions look like?
Click here for the complete agenda.
The exclusive invitation-only event is part of a series of targeted roundtables offered by Celent's Risk Management and Compliance Practice. Building on Celent’s position as thought leader, these private, closed-door sessions provide a confidential environment to allow participants to engage openly. Sessions are limited to senior industry representatives from select organisations and are not open to the media. Pre-registration is required. For information, contact Andrew Renzella at email@example.com.