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Data privacy is a hot topic that is taking on greater urgency given recent public revelations about how customer data is accessed and used. With the rapidly growing volume of data from new technologies, such as facial recognition and virtual assistants, managing privacy will be a complex challenge for financial institutions. Participants will learn ways to navigate the complexities of data privacy and rethink their data privacy policies more holistically.
An inflection point has arrived as financial institutions shift from blockchain tourism to building practical blockchain applications for business. But as this phenomenon unfolds, institutions will likely confront a number of key issues. Participants will explore findings from Deloitte's 2019 Global Blockchain Survey and implications for their organizations.
Firms are continuing to prepare for a post-LIBOR world as the financial transition approaches in 2021 and beyond. What are recent developments and effective practices that organizations should consider in their ongoing plans? Participants will gain insights on the approaching transition away from LIBOR, how regulators are preparing, and some of the lessons learned as organizations make their own preparations.
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are creating a challenging dynamic for financial institutions, with new risks rapidly emerging and existing supervisory regimes quickly outmoded. Where are these new risks appearing and necessitating new responses to address them? Participants will explore findings from a 2019 World Economic Forum report and gain insights on AI risk.
Disrupting compliance management in a hyper-connected world
February 26, 2019