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IAAG Annual Conference 2018 Edinburgh

September 15, 2018
8:30 am - 11:59 pm

Saturday, 15 September 2018
ACADEMIC SESSION & PANEL: DIGITIZATION IN THE FINANCE SECTOR: FINTECH & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE South Hall Campus, South Hall, 18 Holyrood Park Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5AY
At this year´s Annual Conference, we will dive into the world of finance and its digitization dynamics including the vibrant Scottish Fintech scene. Expert speakers and business insiders as well as professors representing the academic excellence of the conference will accompany you on this Weekend.

Peter Mathieson
Professor Peter Mathieson was born and educated in the United Kingdom. He read Medicine at the London Hospital Medical College and qualified with First Class Honours from the University of London in 1983. He was awarded a PhD by the University of Cambridge in 1992. He became Director of Studies for Clinical Medicine at Christ’s College, Cambridge following his PhD. He moved to Bristol in 1995 as the foundation Professor of Renal Medicine at the University of Bristol and Honorary Consultant Nephrologist, North Bristol NHS Trust.
In 2007, Peter became Head of the University Department of Clinical Science at North Bristol, was appointed as Director of Research & Development for the North Bristol NHS Trust, elected President of the Renal Association.
In 2014, Peter assumed office as President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong.
Since February 2018 he is Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh.
Amongst numerous external boards and committees, Professor Peter Mathieson is a Honorary President of Coimbra Group, a Trustee of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland and on the Advisory Panel of Cyberport in Hong Kong.
Kent Mackenzie
Kent Mackenzie is a Partner in the Edinburgh office of Deloitte and has spent over 12 years in a range of financial services roles. As a Global Head of Fintech and regulatory compliance, he has a passion for FinTech, data and advanced analytics. Kent Mackenzie leads Deloitte’s Risk Analytics practice in Scotland and has worked with a number of local, national and international clients to develop tech and data solutions to manage financial crime, regulatory compliance, credit risk, and collections & recoveries. After graduating from Heriot-Watt University in Business Management, Kent has advanced his career at prestigious financial institutions such as Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group.
Roshan Rohatgi
As an experienced entrepreneur with an international background in creative media and financial services, Roshan Rohatgi has the current role of a Senior Innovations & Execution Professional at Royal Bank of Scotland.
In his role as a Group Chair for Artificial Intelligence Design Group, Roshan Rohatgi follows his passion about digital and convergent technologies in the field on innovative finance. Due to his entrepreneurial track record and expertise, he accelerates growing businesses with lean and agile methodologies as well as design thinking. Roshan Rohatgi holds an INSEAD MBA`09 and has studied accountancy at the University of Glasgow

9:30 – 14:00 ACADEMIC SESSION & PANEL: DIGITIZATION IN THE FINANCE SECTOR: FINTECH & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE South Hall Campus, South Hall, 18 Holyrood Park Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5AY
bus transfer; Dress Code smart casual
14:30-17:00 EXPLORE THE CITY: ALUMNI CHALLENGE RALLYE THROUGH THE HEART OF THE CITY Starting at South Hall, 18 Holyrood ParK Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5AY
19:00 GLOBAL INSEAD DAY GALA AT THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ
Dress Code black tie, lounge suit
The College’s Queen Street home is a collection of distinctive buildings which span almost 250 years of architectural style. The purpose-built hall, which dates from the Victorian era, contains a grand staircase leading to a room of impressive columns and historic portraits and sculptures of notable figures from the history of medicine, including Galen, Hippocrates and Sophocles.
The College received its Royal Charter in 1681, as a result of decades of dedicated hard work by a number of Edinburgh physicians. Its aims were to regulate the profession to keep out quacks and charlatans, to provide free medical treatment for the poor and to support doctors in their work. Enjoy your glass of champagne in the atmospheric library and dance through the night in the unique ball room with your fellow INSEAD alumns.

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