FinTech, Artificial Intelligence and the Law: Right balance of financial innovation and inclusion?
Join us on Thursday 20 June 2019 at LJMU
An inter-disciplinary, free, one-day conference at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) investigates whether there is at present, a right balance of financial innovation and inclusion provided by FinTech and artificial intelligence. The conference has three scholarly objectives:
- To foster and promote debates on the latest FinTech developments and research at both European and international levels
- to examine the challenges of financial inclusion in different jurisdictions to date
- to explore how experts in FinTech and AI can work together to resolve such challenges
Participants will include academics, regulators, banks and practitioners interested in the topic. This event encourages experts from Law, Computer Science, IT, Engineering, Psychology, Business to meet and engage with stakeholders. Speakers would be a combination of guest speakers and invited speakers through a Call for Papers.
This conference is unique in that it features a panel of invited speakers (practitioners and academics) and incorporates a call for papers. Confirmed speakers to date include academics from Oxford University, Lancaster University, Bristol University, Queen Mary University of London, University of West of England; practitioners from a major UK bank; wealth management company; digital forensics company and a Senior Policy Adviser from the Department of Media, Culture and Sport. Please note that the availability of speakers is subject to last minute changes.