Steve Britt spoke on a panel on October 5 at a Thomson Reuters forum in Atlanta. Steve shared his insights into data privacy and artificial intelligence, including expected impacts from the E.U. Artificial Intelligence Act as well as California's new regulation on risk assessments. He also discussed prospects for federal AI legislation in the United States.
Fellow panelist Roy Locke, senior vice president and client advisor at Marsh LLC, spoke about the impact of AI on reps and warranties insurance. Jeff Goodman, managing director at Greenwich Capital Group, talked about how his company uses AI to research target acquisitions and Jeremy Levy, a partner at Troutman Pepper, spoke about his experience with AI relating to mergers and acquisitions.
The panel of dealmakers brought their perspective of the middle market as well as their predictions about what AI's impact will be for the future of dealmaking.
The 19th annual Southeastern M&A/Private Equity Forum is the go-to event of mid-market deals, bringing together professionals to talk about current trends and developments.