Hear the many achievements, challenges and inspirational stories from three women leaders from Canadian regulatory bodies as they sit down with Adeline Cheng, CRTA advisor and national risk lead at EY on this year's International Women's Day. Joining Adeline: Nathalie Martineau, Regional Director, FINTRAC Romana Mizdrak, Managing Director, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Services Yanny Young, Manager, Innovation in Finance, Market Regulations, Alberta Securities Commission
Presentation by Banking Labs
In his presentation Dr, Ravi Gadela of Banking Labs shows the audience the value of using AI for automated decision making. He demonstrates a few use cases and the associated analytic dashboards to display the results. See this PowerPoint for more information
presentation by AWS - Content Moderation - Part of Webinar - The UsE of AI along the Customer LifeCycle
This presentations shows use cases for content moderations and delves into the use of AI to locate sensitive information (PII data). As organizations begin to strengthen their privacy management programs, this is a technology to explore.
Presentation - H3M Analytics at Session: The USE OF AI Along the Customer Life-CYCLE
In this demo, Tolga Kurt, Managing Partner at H3M Analytics walks us through a use case using Federated Active Learning and how it can enhance the fight against financial crime. He follows with a use case that combines active learning and federated learning
In this session moderated by Min Wu from Protiviti, the panelists dig into some of the challenges along the model development life-cycle and the tools and practices they are leveraging to enhance their program.
Moderator: Min Wu, Senior Risk Manager, Risk and Compliance, Protiviti
Aditya Anne, Director of Data Science, CIBC
Tolga Kurt, Managing Partner, H3M
Ade Oridate, Director, Risk Modeling and Analytics at BMO
Karthik Ramakrishnan co-founder/CEO for Armilla
As governments around the world struggled to keep up with an ever-advancing digital world, the need to address individual privacy as it relates to the collection of personal information and the use of artificial intelligence became evident. The Canadian government introduced Bill C-27 as its second attempt to replace the outdated PIPEDA and provide regulatory oversight to protect individual privacy rights. As organizations update their policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the new legislation, some areas will prove more challenging than others. In this discussion, the panelists will consider the impact of Bill C-27 on innovation, the potential challenges organizations may face and how to prepare from a best practice and tooling perspective. The session is moderated by Donna Bales, founder of the Canadian RegTech Association and is joined by:
Tiana Corovic, Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright
Carole Piovesan, Managing Partner, INQ Law
Mark Rowan, Co-Founder and CEO, Data Sentinel
April 04th, 2022
In honour of International Women’s Day and in conjunction with National Fraud Month, the Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) hosted a fireside chat with: Marie-Andree Malo-Mongeau, Senior Director, AML Business Effectiveness, CIBC, Tara Rodgers, Director, Sionic and Jasmine Sicular, Head of AML Solutions, Banking, Quantexa. Hosted by Donna Bales, founder of the CRTA they share wisdom and antidotes from their personal journeys and some of the techniques being used to fight fraud and human trafficking.
NexT Evolution of AI Adoption
Great session led by CRTA Board Member Matt Fowler at your annual event:: The Innovation Game in November. The discussion focused on AI Governance and the participants shared their insights and strategies to give end users of AI Systems (AIS) confidence and techniques to give organizations deploying AI and regulators assurances that the AI strategy is constantly being challenged and tested. Joining Matt was:
Dr. Fiona Browne, Head of Machine Learning, Datactics
Stephanie Kelley, PhD Candidate Management Analytics, Smith School of Business
Steve Sweetman, Principal Program Manager, Responsible AI Engineering, Microsoft
Jodie Wallis, Global Chief Analytics Officer, Manulife
The session was held on November 16, 2021. This video was posted January 31, 2022
Investors are increasingly incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their investment decision-making process. It is worth noting that data has become an in-demand commodity in order to facilitate this decision making. The top Canadian pension funds are banding together and are pushing Canadian Corporates towards more standardized disclosures and more robust and complete reporting. We have seen the introduction of some new reporting frameworks and the enhancement of existing frameworks but reporting to this point has been voluntary and unaudited. A lack of consistent, comprehensive, and reliable reporting standards inhibits actionable informed investment decisions.
In this session Matthew Ayearst from CGI discusses this important topic with Andrea Carlson, IGM Financial, Julie Park, TMX, Laurie Clark, Onyen and Gordon Beal, Chartered Professional Accountants, Canada
Strengthening the Rules on Model Risk Governance. What to Expect and What Will this Mean for Oversight and Transparency?
In this informative exchange between Fion Lee Madan, COO, Fairly.AI, Debora Bielecki, Independent Board Member and AI Governance Expert and Romana Mizdrak, Managing Director, Model Risk Division at OSFI you will hear: