Join our exclusive webinar for valuable insights on the AI opportunity in banking.
Hear the results of Economist Intelligence Unit and Temenos’ new report: Overseeing AI: Governing Artificial Intelligence in Banking. Discover how Canadian Western Bank is using Explainable AI to become Canada’s first full service bank for business owners. Janet Adams at TSB will share her unique blend of technology, risk, conduct and AI expertise. And learn more about Temenos’ pioneering AI and Explainable AI technology.
Azfar Karimuddin – SVP, Information Services, Canadian Western Bank
Azfar leads the technology team at Canadian Western Bank and has over has over 20 years of experience with financial services and technology. CWB aims to be the best full-service bank for business owners in Canada and create a unique client experience based on relationship and digital technologies. CWB partners with Temenos for their end-to-end digital banking experience.
Janet Adams – Head of Strategic Projects & Performance, TSB
Janet Adams is a disruptive tech advocate with 20 years’ experience in Banking Risk and Technology. She’s the author of a ground-breaking academic study, where she used Temenos’ XAI platform to investigate the Explainability and Accountability of AI for global banking regulatory compliance, fair customer outcomes and market stability. Before TSB, Janet had experience working in the Investment and Commercial banking arms of HSBC, Barclays and RBS
Professor Hani Hagras – Chief Science Officer, Temenos
Hani Hagras is a world-renowned expert and author on computer science and electrical engineering. He founded his company, Logical Glue, which provided his patented, award-winning Explainable AI (XAI) platform. Hani and LogicalGlue joined the Temenos family in 2019, embedding XAI into our platforms and making Temenos the first to offer the banking industry transparent and Explainable AI.
About EIU/Temenos’ report
EIU conducted a global regulatory review of over 25 reports and summarized the main issues raised by regulators on the topic of managing AI risks in banking. These documents were published in the last three years by banking and financial sector supervisory authorities, central banks and supranational institutions, universities and consultancies.