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AI in Banking with Asset Management & Risk Management
Mastering AI Adoption: Navigating Barriers and Leveraging Effective Risk Management in Regulated Firms

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Course Overview

In this course, we discuss some of the key barriers to AI adoption and the pivotal role that effective risk management can play in enabling regulated firms to harness the power of AI and innovate with confidence. We also explore how regulators have been responding to AI solutions, and highlight their key expectations and areas of focus. We conclude by reflecting on the challenges that AI poses for regulators and how they might respond.
We explore how machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions are transforming risk management. A nontechnical overview is first given of the main machine learning and AI techniques of benefit to risk management.

Key Takeaways

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Understanding in digitalization, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data in areas of application in Banking
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AI in Asset Management
3
AI in Risk Management: Market Risk
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AI in Risk Management: Credit risk
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AI in Risk Management: Operational Risk

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Course Outline

Part 1
Around Artificial Intelligence
→ Definitions and concepts (and... misconceptions) including: Digitalization, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and disruption as well the drivers of AI
Common Areas of Application in Banking
Part 2
Asset Management and Associated AI Principles
→ An overview of the current Asset Management situation globally and a focus on Roboadvisory
→ Practical use of Artificial Intelligence in Roboadvisory: a.o. at the investment strategy level
• The classic Roboadvisor analyzed
• The advanced Roboadvisor
• Key evaluation criteria
• Concrete example showing also development techniques: exclusive proprietary Research
• Other key dimensions in roboadvising: ESG/SRI/SI (Sustainable Investing)
→ AI as a ... theme fund including a benchmark (developers of AI and also their main beneficiaries)
Part 3
Market Risk Management and associated AI Principles
→ Simplest (mixed) risk measures and their issues
• Value-at-Risk (VaR) and its different variants and back-testing
Discussing further developments including conditional VaR
• Market risk’s Key Risk Indicators
• Bringing in AI: to better take liquidity into account, for example.
*Contains exclusive proprietary Research
Part 4
AI Credit Risk Management and associated AI Principles
→ About credit risk specifics
→ Measuring credit risk
→ Treating credit risk and the Internal
→ Control System
→ Credit risk’s Key Risk Indicators
→ Bringing in AI
*Contains exclusive proprietary Research with algorithmic principles
Focus on Highlights and Enlarged Q&A Sessions
Part 5
AI Operational Risk Management and associated AI Principles
→ Story of big cases
→ What about Basel on operational risk?
→ Strongly improved model
→ Operational risk’s Key Risk Indicators
→ Bringing in AI: to better take education into account, for example.
*Contains exclusive proprietary Research with algorithmic principles

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
Professionals associated with the fields of:
→ Risk Management
→ Asset Management
→ Financial Services
→ Financial Planning
→ Project Management
→ Strategy Development
→ Audit
→ Corporate Risk Management
→ Compliance

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