Forget about what you think. Let's talk about what you know. Today's competitive market rewards predictive insight above all else. And that's how you and your firm will prosper.
But for financial services and insurance professionals, not just any predictions will do. You need the right predictions. You need them fast. And you need them infused throughout your culture. The result? You make smart moves. You get big results.
Join us for the third annual SAS Financial Services Executive Summit April 10-11 in Cary, NC. Your expertise, enthusiasm and participation are what create true flashes of brilliance. You’ll collaborate with – and learn from – other executives during interactive crowdsourcing sessions. Share your knowledge, and see what other experts say. With every twist and turn of the discussion, you’ll see bigger ideas take shape.
- Network during world-class golf, meals, receptions and more.
- Take part in interactive activities that tap into participants' collective knowledge and problem solving.
- Join panel discussions with dynamic executives.
- Discuss challenges like how to find the right analytic talent or build an analytic culture that can surface insights across your business.
Registration for this event and all meals is complimentary; however, we reserve the right to limit attendance based on available space.
Keynote Presenter: Nate Silver
Nate Silver correctly predicted the winner of all 50 states and Washington, DC, in the recent presidential election. He first gained national attention during the 2008 presidential election, when he correctly predicted the results of the primaries and the presidential winner in 49 states.
Now published in The New York Times, Silver's award-winning website FiveThirtyEight.com has made him the public face of statistical analysis and political forecasting.
His new book, The Signal and the Noise: Why Most Predictions Fail – But Some Don't, comes at a time when data-based predictions underpin a growing sector of critical fields, from political polling and hurricane watches to the stock market and even the war on terror. Join Silver on a tour of modern prediction science as he uncovers a surprising connection among humility, uncertainty and good results.