BMO Puts Data and Analytics at the Core with Cloud and AI

MO Expands its Physical Presence, Requiring a Digital-First Approach, Leveraging Data, and Acclimatising to the Evolution of AI

Banking is now a fundamental function of society and one that comes with many significant challenges that impact the entire ecosystem of stakeholders that share a vested interest in the security of funds, data, and overall economies. To truly understand the extent of which banks leave an impression on these various stakeholders, it’s important to have leaders in place that can firstly carry the organisation’s ethos, but also piece together a narrative that incorporates various different perspectives. 

What this means for BMO, the eighth largest bank in North America by assets, is that it requires someone who is able to assess the various needs of people with different interactions with the organisation—such as customers, communities and staff. It takes great communication and empathy to fully understand the requirements of an influential company like BMO. 

This is where Sandip Sahota steps into the frame as the SVP & Enterprise Chief Data and Analytics Officer at BMO, who brings a passion for people into a position that is driving the use of data in banking.

Read the full story HERE.

Make sure you check out the latest edition of FinTech Magazine and also sign up to our global conference series - FinTech LIVE 2024


FinTech Magazine is a BizClik brand ​​​​​​​

Our Partners

Featured Videos

View all

SAVE THE DATE: FinTech LIVE Dubai 2024 (Virtual)

Everything you need to know about FinTech LIVE Dubai (Virtual), the second virtual event of the year for FinTech Magazine

Digital Payments

Money20/20 USA: Payoneer – Helping SMEs in Emerging Markets

Financial Services (FinServ)

Money20/20 USA: Standard Chartered talks digital ecosystems

Digital Payments

Money20/20 USA: Serena Smith from i2c on customer-centricity