IEG brings Banking Analytics Conference to New York

Romin Irani, September 27th, 2012

The IE Group is bringing the Predictive Analytics Innovation for Banking Conference to New York this December. With Big Data likely to play a big role in the near future, the event brings together experienced industry experts to share their ideas, tools and frameworks as applicable to the Banking industry. The focus of the conference will be analyzing patterns in customer data and using that insight to put back into product innovation and customer retention.

The 2-day event will be held on December 6-7 at Conrad New York. For professionals, this summit presents an interesting mix of keynote presentations, focused sessions and interactive workshops to learn the current best practices.

A few of the confirmed sessions include : Preventing Financial Crime with Predictive Analyis, Measuring Compliance Risk and Profitability Prediction. Speakers for the event include leaders at companies like Capital One, Credit Suisse, Merill Lynch, Citigroup, Bank of America and others. Event Sponsors include IBM and YarcData.

Registrations for Predictive Analytics Innovation for Banking Conference is now open. Download the brochure for more details.

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