Our Senior Executives Forum is an industry opportunity to share views and opinions on trending challenges in the industry.

The next edition in the series will focus on the exploding trend of AI and robotics automation.

The Senior Executives Forum is a  by-invitation-only event.

Date: Thursday, 22nd March 2018    Venue: Barber-Surgeons’ Hall London EC2Y 5BL

Programme 

17:30    Registration and refreshments

18:00    Forum opening address 

18:05    Discussion Panel 1 : Wealth and Asset Managers - "How do we expect AI and Robotics to change our industry?"

18:35    Presentation by Spitalfields Crypt Trust (SCT) 

18:40    Discussion Panel 2 :  Vendors and Experts - "What our technologies are bringing to Wealth and Asset managers and to their clients?"

19:15    Closing remarks 

19:30    Networking drinks and buffet dinner 

The list of speakers include Chris Ford (Smith & Williamson), Marc Graveney (London & Capital), Mike Hope (IBM Watson),

Eric Moe (Whitefoord), Pierfrancesco Telesca (Unione Fiduciaria), Peter Walker (Blue Prism) and Nicholas Van Zeggeren (Squirro). 

 
Register your interest in the event

7 out of 10 firms believe AI and/or robotics will have a significant/very significant impact on their business over the next 18 months.

2 out of 3 of the above firms are at a very early stage and do not have a plan of action yet.

3 out of 4 firms believe they don't know enough about what AI and/or robotics can do for their business.

Approximately 1 out of 2 firms have already considered using AI and/or robotics.

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