AI in RegTech: a quiet upheaval

<p>Research by Chartis and IBM highlights new emerging themes in how artificial intelligence (AI) is used in regulatory technology to help financial institutions address risk management and regulatory compliance. In the specific areas of Financial Risk, Financial Crime Risk Management and Governance, Risk management and Compliance (GRC), most risk professionals are adopting specific tools and statistical techniques to streamline and upgrade their processes, augmenting human capabilities through better visualizations, better analysis and better methods. In some areas – notably Financial Risk and GRC – AI could have a transformative impact, but only if users properly familiarize themselves with how it works. Based on our conclusions, risk professionals across the RegTech landscape can now clearly assess the promise of AI, gain a true picture of where it is within their organizations, and assess where they themselves sit in its broader evolution.</p>

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