How RBC is Building the World's Leading Data-Driven BankMay 21, 2018, 12:30-14:0017/F, Cheung Kong Centre, 2 Queen's Road Central
Hong Kong SAR, ChinaMember Price: HKD 160Non-Member Price: HKD 265
Hong Kong SAR, China
Presented by CanChamHK's Technology Committee
Date: Monday, May 21, 2018
Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Venue: Royal Bank of Canada
17/F, Cheung Kong Centre
2 Queen's Road Central
Central, Hong Kong SAR
Registration: CanChamHK Members: HK $160
Non-Members: HK $265
About the Event
Raised in London, England and now based in Toronto, Neil Bartlett is SVP of Data and Analytics at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Canada's largest bank by market capitalisation, where he is leading the transformation to a technology and analytics-driven culture.
In this event hosted by Technology Committee of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Neil will discuss the effort to build out RBC's industry-leading data and analytics capabilities, the strategy for developing real-time, predictive and prescriptive analytic tools for the banking industry and the work on incorporating the latest advancements in machine learning, AI and cognitive computing for improved business decision-making.
Prior to RBC, Neil was CTO and Head of Development for Algorithmics, a Toronto-based company founded in 1989 that provided risk management software to financial institutions. At its peak, Algorithmics served more than 350 clients, including 25 of the world's 30 largest banks. Algorithmics was acquired by IBM in 2011, where Neil continued his career and was made an IBM Fellow in 2013. A great Canadian innovation story, Neil will reflect on his 13-year career at Algorithmics and its lessons for the latest crop of FinTech start-ups.
Mr. Neil Bartlett
SVP, Data and Analytics
Royal Bank of Canada
Neil specialized in data science and analytics for financial risk, customer and business for the financial industry. As an executive at RBC, he is part of a team transforming to a technology and analytics-driven culture. Neil has also been a CTO in several organizations, as well as being honoured as an IBM Fellow.
Mr. Adam Stuckert
Partner, CIO Advisory
Adam is a Partner in KPMG China’s IT Advisory practice with 14 years of management and technology consulting experience in Canada, the United States, China, and Hong Kong. He has led several IT transformations, process design initiatives, and strategy projects, and spent over 8 years in the electric utilities sector.
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