March 13, 2018 | Written by: Dwij Chatterjee
Categorized: News & Events | RegTech
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Regulatory pressure, in terms of policy changes and increased scrutiny, is forcing banks to seek technological changes and advancements to meet evolving regulatory and compliance requirements. This is resulting in financial institutions spending heavily on KYC, AML and surveillance solutions. IBM is committed to bring the newest and best advances in technology to tackle these challenges. You get a chance to experience these first hand and gain your unfair advantage by attending one of the year’s most anticipated and must-attend events – IBM Think 2018. Billed as “mankind + machine”, it will be held in Las Vegas, from March 19 – 22, and is the first of its kind event, combining business and technology event.
Beyond speakers and sessions on the subject financial crime prevention, IBM Think will showcase the latest in blockchain, data analytics, cloud, and artificial intelligence to help you modernize and secure your enterprise. Here you can learn about cutting edge innovations from IBM experts and executives, hear success stories from forward-think IBM clients, and interact with industry leaders; all in 96 hours.
But, if you’re looking to get up to speed on the latest in preventing financial crimes through technology, here are five can’t-miss sessions:
IBM Think provides not just specialized sessions on the latest in crime and fraud prevention, but offers hundreds of speaking, learning and certification opportunities for making the business world smarter through technology. While each day is packed with learning and networking, conference attendees and guests from across the globe, also get an opportunity to relax with some entertainment in Las Vegas. This year, the entertainment lineup is sure to make Think a winner with performances by Train, Barenaked Ladies and the Chainsmokers wrapping up your hectic schedules. See you there!
IBM Think 2018 will be held in Las Vegas, NV from March 19-22. For more information and to register, please visit here.
Learn how IBM can help you combat financial crime and fraud with advanced analytics here.