Discussing Data Ethics

We’re convening public and private leaders to highlight the importance of building trust with customers and regulators to uncover trends around the ethical use of data

Session Recap: To read a recap of the key takeaways from this session, please click here.

 

Where: Virtual roundtable

When:  July 22, 2021, 9:00 a.m. EDT

Overview:

In the fourth installment the Institute of International Finance’s (IIF) DataTalk series, an interactive monthly forum bringing together experts from IIF member firms, leading tech firms, and other partners and officials, the facilitators set the scene by referencing the IIF’s recently published Data Ethics Charter, which aims to outline principles for ethical handling of customer data.

Participants highlighted the importance of trust, transparency, and building an ethical culture around data use, internally as well as externally. They also discussed the need to operationalize ethics to ensure the data used is fit for purpose, and the need to define ethical principles, like fairness, in a dynamic environment.

The series includes three global leading experts as its co-chairs:

    Douglas Elliott, Partner, Oliver Wyman

    Jennifer Stott, Chief Data Officer, Royal Bank of Canada

    Tom Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Ayudhya

    Attendance for the DataTalk series is available by invitation only. To get in touch, email us at OWForum-Data@oliverwyman.com. You can learn more about our collaboration with IIF here.