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AI in financial services - are you meeting the regulators’ expectations?

January 08, 2020 | Regulation

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AI in financial services - are you meeting the regulators’ expectations?

The financial services (FS) industry is going through a period of profound change and disruption. Technology is providing the means for firms to reimagine the way in which they operate and interact with their customers, suppliers and employees. One significant area of development is the utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

Read our piece on regulatory themes surrounding the use of AI in financial services here.

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