Evolving Efficiency of KYC Process
Brad Mitchell, CIO, CTBC Bank Corp. (USA)
Augmented Intelligence is Improving the Customer Experience
Tom Lutz, Senior Vice President & Chief Procurement Officer, U.S. Bank
Meeting the Changing Needs of Customers
Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG [NYSE: PEG]
Convergence: Big Data + IoT + Artificial Intelligence = Your Time has Come
Marian F. Cook, Chief Strategy Officer, State of Illinois
Portfolio analytics solutions are widely adopted by investors to navigate the capital market and manage their portfolios effectively. Various portfolio analytics solutions have emerged out lately, proving to be a boon for investors as they provide significant insights into the investment processes, by leveraging comprehensive algorithms, helping them derive profitability, while also forecasting the profitable financial instruments to invest in the future. They are capable of analyzing the portfolio’s current and historical exposures and use cumulated and security-level reports to view metrics including ratings, weights, valuation measures, and other ratios for the portfolios.
Kyle Welsh, CISO, BECU
In order to deliver business value, you need to know what and how that business value is defined.
Stephane Bernhard, Managing Director, GROUPE INVIVO
Human being with the right technology to empower himself would be more creative than a pure machine.
Scott Blandford, Chief Digital Officer, TIAA
TIAA is a member of one of only three insurance groups in the United States to currently hold the highest rating available to U.S. insurers from three of the four leading insurance company rating agencies.
Roger Hu, Partner, Financial Markets & Wealth Management Leader, IBM Global Business Services
As investors recover from the recent financial crisis, the individualized need for wealth management has never been more acute. Gone are the days when pension plans or social security provided assurance for retirement.
Frances Hudson, Investment Director, Global Thematic Strategist, Standard Life Investments
The capital markets have evolved and adapted over centuries, so it is unlikely that disruptive technology will defeat them, even if adoption and progress is patchy.
Thierry Derungs, Chief Digital Officer, BNP Paribas Wealth Management
No way to keep your tech security geek guru in the basement while having business dreaming in paradise and risk managers running after fraud cases.
Jim Gasaway, CTO, Kount
There are seemingly hundreds of emerging technologies that claim to protect institutions and make transactions safer, but it’s almost impossible to keep up with what’s new and what actually works.
Vinay Mummigatti, Enterprise Head of Robotic Process Automation and BPM - Technology, Solutions, and Architecture, Bank of America
Organizations that have succeeded in realizing a sustainable ROI for RPA, have figured out that the secret of their success lies in picking the right technology, establishing a governance model and an enterprise shared services organization.
Keith Dennelly, CIO, Asset Management, Fidelity Investments
For years, the technology team serving Fidelity Investments’ asset management division was managed as a collection of independent groups that built customized solutions for their respective business areas.
Tracy Metzger, COO, Vesta Corporation
Recent research estimated that combined chargeback management and fraud-prevention costs account for between 14.9 percent and 23 percent of an average merchant’s overall operational budget.
Jennifer Templeman, COO/CFO, Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc
Our organization has found multiple benefits including longer tenure of finance staff, and more integrated financial planning into new projects.