SAS FSI Executive Connect 2022
Make Tomorrow’s Decisions Today
Wednesday, 24 August 2022 | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
In 2020, we found ourselves faced with a global crisis. Changes to the standard way of living have affected many. Tough decisions had to be made to keep our families safe from a myriad of disruptions. The situation has tested the financial institution's resilience in unprecedented ways.
The financial services industry today; appears to be acclimating to a new reality. As the world continues to face profound changes, financial institutions have the power to shape and elevate our economy like never before – from individuals to communities to societies. Sustaining the business, ensuring customer satisfaction, retaining employees and profitability now intersect as they are forced to embrace technology and innovation to survive in this endemicity.
Now, it is all about making the right decisions to move forward with profitable initiatives that simultaneously ensure environmental sustainability, equality, inclusivity, and diversity.
So, what would constitute a better decision for you?
Join us to learn how you can operate your analytics at scale that will change your decision processes to eventually create the formula of:
Innovation in sophisticated analytics + Intelligent data + Optimized decisioning = Winning Formula
Be ready to experience exciting keynotes, thought-provoking breakout sessions in the banking and insurance track, lucky draws, and more on the actual day.
Why attend this event?
- Connect and communicate with your peers and current leaders in analytics
- Gain insights on the governance of the technology, engage with stakeholders to build trust and integrate these into the business-as-usual operating environment
- Apply real-world AI & ML capabilities in the cloud to identify fraudulent transactions for more timely and data-driven decisions
- Understand how technology can help combat crypto money laundering
- Lower your compliance costs by reducing dales false positive numbers, automating investigations, and improving detection