Category: Corporate Finance

Jun 18, 2019 | post

The AI Summit London 2019 – A Lesson in Global Progress

This years AI Summit in London had over 10,000 attendees at the ExCel Centre, a 300k square foot exhibition hall. With delegates from some of the leading companies in their industries and exhibitors eager to discuss their solutions, this truly was a two-day lesson in the global progress...


Jan 10, 2019 | post

How AI is transforming Corporate Finance

Interview with Dorian Selz, CEO Squirro What are the main challenges for the financial sector, as you see them? Since the crisis of 2008, the financial sector has faced a really tough time. It has to manage ever-growing volumes of complex regulatory requirements, it has seen...


May 24, 2018 | post

An Interview with Squirro

Artificial Intelligence is hot on the agenda this year with every “Top Fintech Trends of 2018” list not complete without mention of the incoming robots that are going to be invading our offices with their timesaving algorithms. Nicholas van Zeggeren, Squirro’s Director UKI, explains in this...


Mar 28, 2018 | post

Squirro and Synpulse partnered up in New York City to bring light into the black box of unstructured data.

Last Thursday, Central Park West was the place to be for gathering intel and knowledge about data capitalization in banking. Together with our partner Synpulse, Tabb Group, and ThomsonReuters we organized a breakfast on Artificial Intelligence applied to Financial Services. Tabb Group presented the results of...


Feb 13, 2018 | post

Doing more with Data in Insurance & FS – A 3 stepped approach

Banking organisations and insurance companies, financial services in short, are an industry that is both fast-paced and highly competitive. It’s no exaggeration to state that there is more data in FS than most other industries can even contemplate, let alone use in any meaningful sense. The...


Jan 18, 2018 | post

The sky is the limit for artificial intelligence in financial services

Banks and other financial service (FS) providers aren’t necessarily known for their use of cutting-edge technology. That’s the perception anyway, held back by legacy infrastructures, multiple siloed systems and an inability to innovate easily due to the sheer size of the organisation. But our new research...