Insig AI, the technology company that provides machine learning solutions for asset managers, has launched the second major release of its flagship software, Insig Portfolio.
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Arabesque has unveiled its Autonomous Asset Management offering for the creation of highly customised and sustainable active investment strategies, powered by an artificial intelligence technology that can generate and operate millions of active equity strategies.
ACA Group (ACA), a governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) adviser in financial services, has acquired Catelas, a machine learning-based electronic communications (eComms) surveillance and investigations platform.
Horizon Software, a provider of electronic trading solutions and algorithmic technology, is partnering with Terranoha, a unique AI platform, to integrate Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions into its financial system in order to digitise and automate communication to clients and accelerate digital transformation.
MDOTM, a European specialist in developing AI-Driven investment strategies for institutional investors, announces the launch of “Frontiers”, a brand new series of webinars about the future of Artificial Intelligence in Asset Management.
Liquidity conditions in the corporate bond market are expected to improve as electronic platforms gradually replace traditional over-the-phone trading, with new artificial intelligence tools helping to match dealers with buyers.
Insig AI, an AI and machine learning company serving the asset management industry, has formally launched, following its listing on the AIM London Stock Exchange.
Alkymi, a specialist in decision intelligence and developer of Alkymi Data Inbox, has launched Alkymi Patterns, a new tool that gives business users a simple way to identify and extract data in real-time to automate business processes running on email and documents.
In 2016, SEI issued a paper on what it saw as five major innovations that were causing disruptions both within and outside of their respective industries. The company has revisited those themes – Watsonisation, Googlisation, Amazonisation, Twitterisation, and Uberisation – to provide an up-to-date picture of the innovations occurring in our industry today. Over the next few months SEI will share its findings and recent developments for each theme. Next up: Uberisation…
The world’s first causal AI platform, created by deep-tech scaleup causaLens, is being leveraged by financial services companies, including Aviva Investors, 2IQ, TIAA, CLS Group and a raft of prominent hedge funds, to automatically extract valuable causal insights from financial data and therefore boost the profitability of their trading strategies.