Samantha Kappagoda was a Speaker on AI: Opportunities and Potential Risks at PCCE Directors’ Academy

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Samantha Kappagoda, Chief Economist of Risk Economics and Independent Director/Trustee of Credit Suisse Mutual Funds, was invited to speak at the 2023 PCCE Directors’ Academy at NYU School of Law on September 21-22, 2023.  The annual PCCE Directors’ Academy seeks to provide public company directors with the opportunity to engage directly with C-suite leaders and experienced board members, covering cutting-edge issues and providing in-depth analysis.

Samantha Kappagoda joined a panel entitled Artificial Intelligence (AI): Opportunities and Potential Risks, moderated by Joseph Facciponti, Executive Director, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement (PCCE). Fellow panelists were:

  • Avi Gesser, Partner, Debevoise and Plimpton
  • Christina Montgomery, Chief Privacy and Trust Officer, IBM
  • Matthew Merritt, Vice President of Global IT Risk, Royal Bank of Canada

Samantha Kappagoda is Chief Economist and Co-Founder of Risk Economics, and Visiting Scholar at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences NYU, advising research activities at RiskEcon® Lab for Decision Metrics @ Courant Institute. She also currently serves as an Independent Director / Trustee, Member of the Audit Committee and Chair of the Nominating Committee of Credit Suisse Mutual Funds, which are comprised of two closed-end funds (NYSE: DHY and CIK) and six open-end funds investing in commodity, quantitative and high yield and credit strategies.

Samantha Kappagoda was a Speaker on AI: Opportunities and Potential Risks at PCCE Directors Academy

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Risk Economics specializes in economic analysis of risk and liability. It provides advisory services at the intersection of commercial business-process engineering and risk engineering with a particular focus on coupling commercial reinsurance and financial technology, through the rigorous application of agent-based, demographic, and statistical methodologies to microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis.