Nadia Abouayoub is a strategist and specialist on Innovation for the Financial Sector. She is a member of the British Computer Society’s (B.C.S.) Artificial Intelligence Specialist Group Committee (S.G.A.I). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She has a MSc. in Computing and DESS in A.I. and Databases. She has a MSc. in Formal Methods and the Security of Systems from Royal Holloway, University of London. She is a member of several committees, including the Expert Digital Panel for the IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology in the UK). Nadia is active in United Nations working groups, focusing on AI.
Nadia is also the organiser of the International Machine Intelligence Competition, run by the S.G.A.I.; and has organised several workshops and lectures focused on educating the public about Artificial Intelligence. She has written articles focusing on the impact of AI in the financial sector. Her career was launched with JP Morgan and since then has accrued over 15 years’ experience within the investment banking sector in such fields as Risk Management, Product Control and Technology in Trading Applications. She is the founder of AIFINAI, an educational platform, and is currently writing her first book on the Education and impact of AI. She was lecturing in the newly created MSc in Data of Science from University of London. She was Director of AI mobilisation for the BSI Regulatory services. She is currently head of global pricing platform. Nadia is sought after as an expert in innovation and digital strategies in the financial sector.