Welcome to Finextra's live coverage of NextGen Banking London. The event promises to explore what the AI revolution means for banks - and what financial institutions need to do to benefit from AI, and ensure their customers do so as well.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) is looking to bring lending into the digital age, allowing banks to forgo traditional credit checks on some personal loans in favour of big data analysis.
Deutsche Bank's research unit has unveiled an interactive web tool that uses big data in an effort to quantify the importance of intangibles, such as environmental and social issues, on stock prices.
Welcome to Finextra's live coverage of the Swift Business Forum London 2018. This event will focus on important issues affecting the financial industry, exploring how far and how fast the transformation of financial services will take place in the UK and beyond.
Many banks are not doing enough to verify the validity and accuracy of their data, leaving them vulnerable to false insights that could lead to bad decisions, according to Accenture.
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A long-running court battle between Microsoft and the US government about whether the latter had the right to access emails held in Microsoft's Irish data centre has come to an anticlimactic end after a judge dismissed the case, ruling it to be "moot" due to the recent passing of the Cloud (Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data) Act.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has brought together industry players to work on guidelines for the "responsible and ethical" use of AI and data analytics in the financial services sector.
Welcome to Finextra's live coverage of the Swift Business Forum Canada 2018 in Toronto. This event will focus on important issues affecting the financial industry, exploring how far, and how fast, the transformation of financial services will take place in Canada and beyond.
The Financial Solutions Lab (FinLab), an innovation programme backed by JPMorgan Chase, is looking to make fintech a little less male and white, calling on entrepreneurs of colour, women and people with disabilities to take up its latest challenge to develop products that can support under-represented communities - and, in the process, bag a slice of a $3 million prize fund.