Regulators and policymakers exploring AI for market surveillance face their own challenges around unstructured data use and retaining relevant talent.
Tag: Artificial intelligence
Research suggests the buy-side is slightly ahead in terms of AI technology adoption compared to sell-side firms and exchanges.
John reviews the best of The TRADE’s coverage of technology over the past 12 months.
Heads of trading from Pictet Asset Management and BlueBay Asset Management underline the importance of adaptability as trading technologies become more automated.
Attracting and retaining the brightest talent available has become the new battleground for investment banks as new compliance obligations and technology developments create warring factions desperate to secure the best personnel possible. Hayley McDowell tells the story behind this method of attack and finds out that a talent shortage could be just on the horizon for major players.
Industry buzz around machine learning and AI must be set aside in favour of transparency and interpretability according to TradeTech FX speakers.
Pagaya, which uses artificial intelligence technology to manage institutional money, has raised $14 million in a series B funding round.
Buy-side priorities have been historically dominated by regulatory concerns, but a survey of senior FX buy-siders carried out by Worldwide Business Research suggests that automation is now taking over. Hayley McDowell examines the benefits, challenges and progress as asset managers look to reduce the human touch on trading desks.
Trades by JP Morgan and Citadel processed by ‘no-touch’ platform designed to remove post-trade manual processes.