presented by Dan Hogan, Regional Vice President, UiPath, Inc. Denise Hucke, Executive Director, Global Technology – Cybersecurity & Technology Controls, J.P. Morgan Chase Scott McGaunn, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation Deborah R. Myers, Executive Director, Product and Investment Strategy, J.P. Morgan Chase Ahmed Zaidi, Chief Automation Officer and Founder, Accelirate, Inc.
Automation is creating newly found efficiencies in finance and treasury. From Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to leveraging Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) with your financial partners, you are poised to optimize treasury management, retool existing resources and processes to help impact your firm’s bottom line. All of this must be designed and implemented in an ever increasing risk environment where prescriptive security is mandatory. We will offer insights on the new risks and increased instability in the financial system, and how these technologies are disrupting traditional approaches, eliminating redundancy in working capital management and recrafting strategies on human capital.
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Approved for up to 2.4 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.
Approved for up to 2.4 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.
About the speakers
Dan Hogan, Regional Vice President, UiPath, Inc.
Dan Hogan is a Regional Vice President for UiPath, Inc. with responsibility for building a dynamic sales team and generating growth for the company as it expands into the New England Market. In this role, Dan and his team are working to increase awareness of the role RPA and AI play in providing knowledge workers with a better work experience. Dan has over 20 years in the software industry, holding various roles in sales with his success built around a focus on customer satisfaction and critical problem solving for driving positive change. During this time, Dan put a heavy focus on helping customers adopt and deploy disruptive technology for software development, aerospace engineering and analytics.
Denise Hucke, Executive Director - Global Technology - Cybersecurity & Technology Controls, J.P. Morgan Chase
Denise Hucke has been working in Technology for 25+ years and working in cybersecurity and controls for over 17 years. She currently works as an Information Security Manager overseeing the Risk & Controls aligned to Commercial Bank. Prior to this role, she was the Business Information Security Officer (BISO) and Head of the Technology Controls for Corporate Technology.
Scott McGaunn, Special Agent - FBI Boston, Private Sector Coordinator & Domestic Security Alliance Council
Scott McGaunn has been a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the past 24 years. He has investigated White Collar Crime and the Russian Mafia while stationed in San Francisco, and the Bonanno and DeCavalcante Italian Mafia Families while stationed in New York City. He spent 6 years on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force and 12 years investigating computer hackers, cyber criminals, intellectual property violations and corporate espionage in New York and Boston. Special Agent McGaunn was most recently assigned to the Counterintelligence Division at the Boston FBI and lectures extensively to industry and academia on counterintelligence and cyber threats in this area. He also publishes the FBI’s monthly Private Sector Newsletter for thousands of New England industry and academic security practitioners.
Deborah Myers, Executive Director, Product and Investment Strategy, J.P. Morgan Chase
Deborah Myers is an Executive Director, Product and Investment Strategy for the Commercial Bank’s Treasury Services business. Based in Columbus, Deborah is responsible for helping to define and execute on strategic investments that support the Commercial Bank’s Sales vision to deliver treasury solutions that support client needs.
Ahmed Zaidi, Chief Automation Officer and Founder, Accelirate, Inc.
Ahmed leads the Project Execution and Research teams at Accelirate Inc. Passionate about Automation, Ahmed started his career as an Automation Engineer on Wall Street and later founded a Capital Markets focused consulting business which was acquired in 2007 by a Global IT Service Provider. Post-acquisition, he ran the Capital Markets Division for the Acquirer and established multiple Centers of Excellence within the organization. Having led large enterprise scale automation efforts at Global Investment Banks, Ahmed is intimately familiar with the challenges faced by organizations when undertaking transformational projects. He is the grand visionary for all Accelirate lead Automation Programs and focuses on producing practical solutions while solving today’s business problems using the latest cognitive and AI technologies.