Findata-Financial Services Data Summit 2021

December 7-8, 2021 | Australia

Using Data and Emerging Technology to Drive Innovation and Transformational Growth, Developa Data Centric Culture, While Complying with Ethics and Regulation. Increasing numbers of people are getting worried about data ethics. This goes way beyond privacy, fuelled by regular, viral stories of things going wrong, or near misses. Understanding what the uses of visualisation are, why visualisation is important, who the customers of visualisation are and how sophisticated your visualisation needs to be. Ensuring a holistic approach: assessing the people, processes and technology that impact data quality , Establishing and effectively managing the data quality cycle. The role of regulation and policy to adopt the principles of ethics in AI – how must industry back this? , Amazons misogynistic AI recruitment tool and Microsoft racist Ai chatbot – what must organisations do to prevent bias?

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NFIB conducted a survey of small business owners on taxes and spending. This infographic illustrates interesting statistics from the survey. Examples include how many small business owners hire a professional tax preparer. How many think that the tax code should be re-written.


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2022 Bundled Payments Summit

May 16-17, 2022 | USA

In an effort to improve healthcare quality and outcomes for both patients and healthcare professionals alike, we are seeing a dynamic shift to Value Based Healthcare. As we transition from a traditional reactive model of healthcare, which strongly encompasses a fee -for-service approach, we are seeing the a rise in the adoption of Bundled Payments in this healthcare model. As one form of an alternative payment model, this approach uses comprehensive payment systems to cover the cost of one solitary episode of patient care. This approach aims to create better efficiency and productivity in the overall management of patients.

Tax Relief Tips – for property developers, owners and occupiers

May 17-19, 2022 | UK

The HS Property Hub is delighted to share a new online professional briefing - Tax Relief Tips – for property developers, owners and occupiers. Comprising of two detailed sessions, the series takes place on 17 & 19 May 2022. Each session will last 75 minutes with time for questions and answers. This online series has been specially arranged to take account of any changes announced in the 2022 Spring Budget and any resulting implications for property development, investment and values. It is about navigating the complex world of property taxation to make use of statutory allowances as they are intended to be used and undertaking transactions in ways that can help to identify available reliefs, complying with the legislation and current guidance.

GTR Mena Dubai

February 15-16, 2022 | UAE

Following the decision to move the UAE to a Monday-Friday working week, GTR MENA 2022 Dubai will now be taking place on February 15-16, 2022 for an exclusive two-day physical gathering! For nearly 20 years, GTR MENA has covered critical market insight and provided excellent networking opportunities with leading experts from the region. This in-person gathering promises a highly anticipated opportunity to connect with key players and access to a full spectrum of companies involved in trade and export in this exciting region.

Ethnic Diversity and Inclusion in the Financial Services Industry Summit

January 26, 2022 | UK

Ethnic diversity and inclusion is at the top of boardroom agendas across the financial services industry. Recent initiatives launched by HM Treasury, FCA and the Bank of England to promote ethnic diversity and inclusion represent significant progress, as do the public statements of leading City figures in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. However, much remains to be done.

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NFIB conducted a survey of small business owners on taxes and spending. This infographic illustrates interesting statistics from the survey. Examples include how many small business owners hire a professional tax preparer. How many think that the tax code should be re-written.

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