Episode 32: Artificial Intelligence in Financial Institutions

In this episode about the impact of artificial intelligence on financial institutions, Bradford Newman, a partner in Baker McKenzie's Palo Alto Office and one of the leaders of the Firm’s North America AI practice talks to Richard Powell, global knowledge lead for financial institutions at Baker McKenzie.

Episode 31: Inclusion, Diversity and Equity in Financial Services

In this episode, members of Baker McKenzie’s Employment and Compensation group, Blair Robinson (Partner, New York) and Lorren Martin (Senior Associate, London) discuss the issues around IDE faced by financial institutions on both sides of the Atlantic and globally, with Rachel Farr, Senior Knowledge Lawyer.

Episode 30: EU Whistleblowing Directive: Key Takeaways for Financial Institutions

In this episode, Dr. Nicolai Behr (Partner, Munich), Lorren Martin (Senior Associate, London) and Lois Rodriguez Ares (Senior Associate, Madrid) take a closer look at the EU Whistleblowing Directive and the key takeaways for financial institutions. The episode also covers specific developments across different jurisdictions and other challenges that global employers need to consider for their respective organizations.

Special Edition - Solutions for a Connected World: Quantum Computing in the Finance Industry — Friend or Foe?

Quantum computing is still in its infancy, but most experts expect it to reach transformational powers in the next decade, bringing massive technological revolution but also new opportunities for early movers.

In this episode, Mark Simpson (Partner, London) is joined by Elena Strbac (Global Head of Data Science Innovation, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking, Standard Chartered) and Peter Chapman (President and CEO, IonQ) to explore how — and why — the finance sector is gearing up for this monumental shift.

Episode 28: The Year Ahead: Financial Institutions Trends in the Global Disputes Landscape 2023

In this episode, Jonathan Peddie, global chair of the Financial Institutions group and a partner from our London office and Amy Greer, co-chair of our North America Financial Regulation and Enforcement practice and a partner from our New York office, go through the findings relevant for financial institutions (FIs) from our report, The Year Ahead: Global Disputes Forecast 2023. The episode examines the expected types of disputes and the external risks for disputes throughout the rest of the year.

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