The increasing use of artificial intelligence and machine learning systems among buy-side firms is in danger of creating a hype bubble – The TRADE examines where asset managers are currently using these technologies to optimise their trading strategies and what pitfalls firms must avoid to (eventually) foster a harmonious trading between man and machine.
Tag: Axa Investment Managers
AXA's Lee Sanders and Pictet's Carl James reject use of TCA in fixed income markets due to nature of products compared to equities.
Les Sanders, head of execution FX and UK & Asia fixed income trading at AXA Investment Managers, talks to The TRADE about the asset manager’s approach to automation, fixed income liquidity provision and the evolving trading desk skill set.
‘We can’t do what we did 20 years ago’: AXA’s trading head sees need for AI and predictive analytics due to information overload
AXA’s global head of trading and securities financing says the asset manager will have to rely on AI and predictive analytics to give traders condensed information.
Buy-side may be able to become fixed income market makers in future through open trading according to Fixed Income Leaders Summit panel.
AXA Investment Managers will cut 160 jobs in France and 40 in the UK as part of organisational restructure.
Volatility returned with a bang in February as VIX options trading spiked and investors clamoured to hedge options in the face of a new risk regime. Sarfraz Thind takes a look at what decisions are available to investors that are considering hedging, or whether it’s even necessary in the current market.