Two thirds of banks, insurers and other financial services providers are using some form of artificial intelligence, according to a recent survey carried out by UK regulators. While only limited AI-specific regulation and regulatory guidance exists, there are strong indications that this will change in the near future.

At Pinsent Masons, we are committed to helping you understand the extent to which AI regulatory change may impact your business.
We are therefore delighted to invite you to our virtual event – Financial services and AI – the future of regulation.
During this session we will consider closely key legal and regulatory issues which may be addressed by future regulation, including:

  • Intellectual property ownership and infringement
  • Transparency and explainability
  • Bias and auditing
  • Data protection 
  • Liability                                                                                           

We will also consider the future of UK and EU policy, and what financial institutions and technology providers should be doing now when leveraging with AI technology.


09:00 - 09:30: Introduction

09:30 - 10:35: Intellectual property rights, transparency and explainability, liability, and a financial institution’s perspective

10:45 - 11:45: Bias and auditing, data protection and the future of UK and EU policy

Event date

09.00-12.00 GMT


Evelien Visser

Senior Lawyer at Lloyds Banking Group

Ksenia Duxfield-Karyakina

Public Policy Manager at Google Cloud, EMEA

Mahesh Hariharan

Founder at