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Re-imagining Finance

Disrupting Finance And Accounting With AI

New York |
Speakers include:
Madison Marriage

Madison Marriage

Financial Times

Katie Stein

Katie Stein

Genpact

Overview

As businesses across industries transform their organizations and adopt digital technologies, what they expect from their finance functions is changing. Forward-thinking Chief Financial Officers are reinventing their roles and are becoming a strategic business partner: no longer simply focused on financial reporting and managing cost, they are becoming adept at generating fast, accurate performance forecasts and championing digital transformation across the organization.

Among a CFO’s top priorities is understanding how to embed the right technology to evolve the finance function. How can finance use AI to connect people, processes and data across the business to support strategic decision-making in real time? What can CFOs do to create the right organizational model and overcome the challenges that new technologies can present? What strategies can they use to prepare their workforce to embrace AI?

This event is invitation-only. If you are interested in attending please contact ruth.strachan@ft.com

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fallback Add to my Calendar 05/15/2019 18:00:0005/15/2019 20:30:00falseRe-imagining FinanceAs businesses across industries transform their organizations and adopt digital technologies, what they expect from their finance functions is changing. Forward-thinking Chief Financial Officers are reinventing their roles and are becoming a strategic business partner: no longer simply focused on financial reporting and managing cost, they are becoming adept at generating fast, accurate performance forecasts and championing digital transformation across the organization.Among a CFO’s top priorities is understanding how to embed the right technology to evolve the finance function. How can finance use AI to connect people, processes and data across the business to support strategic decision-making in real time? What can CFOs do to create the right organizational model and overcome the challenges that new technologies can present? What strategies can they use to prepare their workforce to embrace AI?This event is invitation-only. If you are interested in attending please contact ruth.strachan@ft.comRe-imagining-Finance6fd3f055eb20df134b62e34105bba391MM/DD/YYYY

Agenda - 15th May

  • 6:00pm
    Networking Drinks
  • 6:30pm
    Opening Remarks

    Madison Marriage, Accounting and Tax Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 6:35pm
    Introduction

    Katie Stein, Chief Strategy Officer and Global Business Leader, Enterprise Services, Genpact

  • 6:45pm
    Discussion Commences

    Re-imagining Finance – Freeing Up Finance To Focus On Insights.

    Enhanced Decision Making – How Will Greater Intelligence Help Finance See Around Corners?

    Innovating Work Culture – Managing A Hybrid Workforce.

  • 8:25pm
    Closing Remarks

    Madison Marriage, Accounting and Tax Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 8:30pm
    Dinner Ends

Presented by (1)

Financial Times Live (FT Live) is the global conferences and events division of the Financial Times Group. Chaired by senior journalists from the Financial Times Group, the summits, conferences, awards and strategic forums organised by FT Live gather the world’s brightest minds and most influential decision-makers.

Exclusive on-stage interviews, stimulating presentations and lively panel debates – available on multiple content platforms – provide the cutting-edge insights, unique personalities and peer audience engagement that have the power to transform finance, business, politics, society and culture.

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. In 2016 the FT passed a significant milestone in its digital transformation as digital and services revenues overtook print revenues for the first time. The FT has a combined paid print and digital circulation of more than 910,000 and makes 60% of revenues from its journalism.

In Partnership with (1)

Genpact (NYSE: G) is a global professional services firm that makes business transformation real. We drive digital-led innovation and digitally-enabled intelligent operations for our clients, guided by our experience running thousands of processes primarily for Global Fortune 500 companies. We think with design, dream in digital, and solve problems with data and analytics. Combining our expertise in end-to-end operations and our AI-based platform, Genpact Cora, we focus on the details – all 87,000+ of us. From New York to New Delhi and more than 25 countries in between, we connect every dot, reimagine every process, and reinvent companies’ ways of working. We know that reimagining each step from start to finish will create better business outcomes. Whatever it is, we’ll be there with you – accelerating digital transformation to create bold, lasting results – because transformation happens here.

Genpact began in 1997 as a business unit within General Electric. In January 2005, Genpact became an independent company to bring our process expertise and unique DNA in Lean management to clients beyond GE, and then in August 2007, we became a publicly-traded company. Bain Capital became Genpact’s largest shareholder in November 2012, with the strategic objective to grow the company further. Since December 31, 2005, we have expanded from 19,000+ employees and annual revenues of US$491.90 million to 80,000+ employees and annual revenues of US$2.74 billion as of December 31, 2017.

Venue

Lotte New York Palace Hotel
455 Madison Avenue
New York 10022

United States of America

Tel: +1 212-888-7000

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Contact

Ruth Strachan
Content Executive
Financial Times

Chair (1)

Madison Marriage

Madison Marriage

Tax and Accounting Correspondent
Financial Times

Madison Marriage is the Tax and Accounting Correspondent at the Financial Times, where she has worked for seven years. Before taking on this role in 2017, she covered the global asset management industry as an FT correspondent, and was Deputy Editor of the newspaper's investment section, FTfm. Before joining the FT she worked at Incisive Media on two investment titles, following a short stint at a literary agency in Paris. She studied French and German at university.

Speaker (1)

Katie Stein

Katie Stein

Chief Strategy Officer and Global Business Leader, Enterprise Services
Genpact

Katie Stein serves as Chief Strategy Officer for Genpact, where since late 2016 she has driven the development and execution of Genpact’s corporate strategy, including the company’s focus on priority service lines and realignment of the company’s product and solution portfolio. In addition to her strategy role which also encompasses M&A activity, she is also the global business leader for Genpact’s Enterprise Services – the company’s core services portfolio that cuts across all industries, including Finance and Accounting, Source to Pay, Supply Chain, Enterprise Risk, and Enterprise Performance Management.

With nearly 20 years of experience, Katie has deep expertise in strategy, corporate development, and change management. Over the course of her career, she has worked with start-ups, a strategy consulting firm, and Fortune 500 environments to create, build, and drive strategies for revenue growth, enhanced shareholder value, and market leadership. She joins Genpact from Mercer where she spent more than six years in a variety of senior roles and most recently was Partner, Market Business Leader – Retirement for the East Market. Prior to that, Katie has worked with the Boston Consulting Group, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and MarketBridge Consulting. She also has tremendous multi-cultural experience, having worked across the US, Europe, and Asia.

Based in New York, she has an MBA from Columbia Business School and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.