The FMS Boston Chapter is pleased to have Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bringing Value to Your Organization!
AI is no longer the waive of the future. It is transforming banking today. Have you wondered how you can incorporate AI into your organization to create value, achieve strategies and manage risk? The FMS Boston Chapter is pleased to have Greg Woolf, Founder/CEO of Coalesce.ai, Damon Magnuski, CEO of PeopleHedge and Jim Cunha, SVP of the Federal Reserve-Boston at our March meeting to provide an overview of Artificial Intelligence, discuss why innovation is so critical for financial institutions and ways it can be incorporated into your organization. Has your institution been the victim of synthetic fraud or is the management of fraud on your radar as you move to increase digital channels and other partnership opportunities? Are you wondering how to address compliance, monitoring and regulatory issues? This meeting is for you!
Who should attend?? CFO’s, Controllers, Risk Managers, Fraud Loss Prevention, Internal Audit, Lending and Collections
We encourage you to bring your colleagues to learn more about AI and how it benefits your financial institution while expanding your network!
Help us spread the word and please invite a colleague or friend. We look forward to seeing you there!
5:00 p.m. - Social Hour
6:00 p.m. - Dinner
6:45 - 8:00 p.m. - Program
(Qualifies for 1 hour of CPE)
Prerequisites - None
Program Level - Update
Advanced Preparation - None
Delivery Method - Group - Live
For information regarding refunds, complaints, and program cancellation policies, please contact Karl Brorson at 312-521-1473 or www.fmsboston.org under administrative policies for details on refunds, complaints and cancellation policies.
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