Banking and Capital Markets

Why banks will need to prepare for robots going rogue

Risks could spiral if a machine started making inappropriate investment recommendations. Image: REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Elizabeth St-Onge

Partner, Financial Services, Oliver Wyman

Ege Gürdeniz

Principal, Digital, Technology, and Analytics, Oliver Wyman

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