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Sibos 2018 - Machine Learning Panel, Tuesday

Tuesday, 23rd October 2018

08:00 - 09:00 (including breakfast)

10 minutes walk or 6 minutes by car from International Convention Centre (LCC), Sydney, Australia

Study after study shows that machine learning offers many opportunities to support transaction banking. But how can these be practically applied? What lessons are learnt so far? And what do these mean for the future of transaction banking?

Join volt bank, Celent, Cognizant, Microsoft, and other machine learning experts to discuss:

  • Real-life applications and practical solutions
  • Recent Transaction Banking case studies
  • Deployment opportunities

Machine learning panel

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Through the looking glass into the practical: reviewing real world machine learning applications for transaction banking

From greater efficiencies and enhanced fraud detection to improved customer experience, this session reviews the practical application of machine learning, focusing on corporate banking, financial crime and payments examples.

Hosted by Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst – Payments at Celent, the panel will review the opportunities to use machine learning to support your clients and includes:

  • Shaun Lordan, Head of Payments, Performance and Delivery, volt bank
  • Jeff Olson, Head of Applied AI & Analytics, ANZ, Cognizant
  • André Burrell, Strategy Leader - Banking & Capital Markets Financial Crime, Microsoft
  • Adam Gable, Product Director – Financial Crime Mitigation and Treasury, Temenos