The launch of the 9th edition (2022/2023) of the global Prize Ethics & Trust in Finance for a Sustainable Future will encourage candidates to reflect on the role of ethics to help shape a more sustainable and responsible financial system for the future. Such intellectual effort is made all the more necessary and urgent by the growing importance of the financial stake in private and public affairs and by the mounting challenge of climate change and the deployment of new technologies in finance.
The online launch ceremony included a Keynote address and a Roundtable discussion, “Artificial Intelligence in finance: ethical challenges and opportunities” and took place on Wednesday 8th June 2022 by Zoom.
The increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in finance is expected to bring many opportunities and benefits for the industry, its customers and the society. At the same time, it raises important issues of ethical responsibility, legal accountability and governance. The subjects of ethics and trust in finance have a pivotal role to play in assessing the implications of these new technologies and to identify the benefits and risks related to their use. We look forward to exploring bright new ideas from a diverse group of brilliant people.
|Keynote address by Domingo Sugranyes|
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5:00 pm – Introduction
|Josina Kamerling, Co-President of the Jury & Head of Regulatory Outreach, CFA Institute|
|Paul H. Dembinski, Co-President of the Jury & Director of the Observatoire de la Finance|
5:10 pm – Keynote address: Digital footprint, servitude or service?
|Domingo Sugranyes Bickel, Former Vice-chair and CFO of MAPFRE Group; President of The Voluntary Solidarity Fund, Spain|
5:25 pm – Round Table: AI in finance: ethical challenges and opportunities
|Olivier Fliche, Director of Fintech & Innovation at the Autorité de contrôle prudentiel et de résolution (ACPR)|
|Olivia Gambelin, CEO and founder of Ethical Intelligence|
|Marianne Haahr, Nature-related Finance Lead at Global Canopy|
|Christoph Lütge, Director of the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence at Technical University of Munich.|
|Anna McDonald, Secretary to the Ethical Investment Advisory group of the Church of England|
|Moderator: Virgile Perret, Manager of the Global Prize, Observatoire de la Finance|