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Client-Driven Alpha from Cognitive Computing (February 28/ Webinar)
 |  Published: January 26, 2017

Leading banks are expanding their use of cognitive computing to power more effective trading strategies based on customer needs and preferences. Our free webinar, Client-Driven Alpha from Cognitive Computing, hosted in partnership with Tabb Group, will examine the emerging trend to apply AI-driven algorithms to electronic communications data to gain a total view of the trading landscape and achieve predictable, client-centric alpha.

Speakers including Terry Roche, Principal and Head of FinTech Research at TABB Group, Kim Prado, Managing Director and Global Head of Credit and Sales Technology at Royal Bank of Canada, and Bill DiPietro, Vice President of Product Management at Digital Reasoning, will discuss:

  • How cognitive computing has been successfully applied to the compliance domain to improve understanding of trader and client profiles. 
  • The market and technical drivers for institutions seeking to use proven cognitive systems to expand their markets understanding by increasing their knowledge of the trading landscape.
  • How Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning are used to extract context-based insights from electronic communications data and voice transcripts. 
  • The dynamics of using pattern-based knowledge to enhance trading strategies and the benefits for customer service and relationships. 

The webinar takes place on February 28 at 10:00 am ET. Click here to register your interest.

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