FinTech Self-paced Learning Webinars (Webinar 9): How is AI Transforming Financial Services?

Self-paced Recording

About this course

Format: Video Recording

Learning Objectives:
- Understand the role of artificial intelligence in the transformation of the financial services industry
- Identify the various types of technologies from automation to artificial intelligence
- Discover the artificial intelligence roadmap for financial services and its use cases in finance

Training Content:
- Topic: How are Banks Leveraging on AI?
- Language: English
- Speaker: Mr. Stephan Murer, ex Global CTO, UBS & Murer Consulting’s CEO
- What to learn: In the midst of a world, where artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the operating models of financial institutions by shifting strategic priorities and redefining the competitiveness of the financial ecosystem, a question arises is how can financial institutions better embrace AI and prepare for the future? In this session, the industry expert will lead a thought-provoking discussion on how financial institutions are dealing with implementation of innovative technologies like AI. The expert will also share about the best practices to successfully implement AI technologies that are disrupting the business operations of financial institutions.


FinTech, AI & Big Data
3 - 10 hours, Self-paced
No credit


Deadline: 31 Dec 2023



ex Global CTO, UBS & Murer Consulting’s CEO, Board of Gravity Global AG
Stephan Murer is a seasoned technology executive with more than 30 years of experience leading digital transformation. Stephan started his career at Credit Suisse as an internal consultant, eventually working his way up to MD where he was put in charge of the firm’s information systems architecture. He then joined UBS as Global CTO where he was responsible for IT architecture and innovation across the group. Whilst at UBS he pioneered an array of digital transformation initiatives that helped the organisation become one of the most forward-thinking in terms of utilising FinTech.

In 2017, Stephan left UBS to found his own consultancy that advises the biggest global organisations such as Google. He also advises several AI & Tech startups from US and Europe and he is a Visiting Professor at Oxford University.