Untangle the complexities in Trade Finance with AI-powered Automation

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By 2022, it is expected for businesses to release USD 134 billion in labor value by combining automation with AI. Integrating an AI-powered automation strategy is key to remain competitive, simplify operations and make operations more intelligent. Banks can apply AI-powered automation to manage complex technology environments and simplify workflows and tasks, all of which reduce costs and give back time so that people can focus on what is most strategic.

Trade Finance market is projected to grow and therefore banks have been realizing Trade finance as one of their strategic business models. But considering the tedious, lengthy, and mostly manual processes involved in trade finance is pulling banks down and creating finance deficit in the SME/MSME segment. Therefore, it is very much imperative for the banks to evaluate and adopt end-to-end digital approach for automating Trade Finance.

Join this webinar for a holistic view on AI-powered automation opportunities in the end-to-end trade finance processes and free up the bank’s workforce and eliminate human errors.


Satyen Kumar Jadeja

Assoc. Director
Industry Solutions & Business Development,
Financial Services Sector,
IBM India and South Asia

Pawan Rawal

Technical Solution Manager
IBM India and South Asia


Sudipta Dev

Senior Associate Editor,
The Indian Express group

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