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Using cognitive computing to streamline regulatory compliance

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THE PANEL

  • Grace Brasington, vice-president global banking and financial markets, IBM Cognitive Solutions/Risk and Compliance
  • Atul Gupta, managing director, MUFG Americas
  • Neelam Jolly, director of regulatory compliance, Meridian Credit Union
  • Joshua Kotok, chief risk and compliance officer, First Savings Mortgage Corporation
  • Moderator: Joel Clark, consulting editor, Risk.net

The financial crisis of 2008 unleashed a wave of new regulation that touches nearly every aspect of banks’ operations. With so many complicated new requirements to understand, analyse and implement on a global basis, the traditional mechanisms for managing compliance are fast becoming outdated. Common mistakes include the duplication of controls, gaps where controls should be and a lack of sophistication in the implementation of new technology and processes.

In this environment, there is a case to be made for exploring the potential benefits of machine-learning and artificial intelligence tools to streamline regulatory projects. If used properly, such technology can be used to review regulations and identify potential obligations in a safe and effective way, eliminating the potential for control gaps and duplication.

 

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