Faye Kilburn is senior staff writer for asset management and insurance, covering risk management, derivatives and regulatory issues as they affect the buy side.
Based in New York, Faye joined Incisive Media in 2010 on the graduate scheme, and previously worked as deputy editor at Inside Market Data covering technology and capital markets.
BlackRock, MSCI, and La Française are some of the firms looking to replace traditional, linear risk models.
Buy-siders have limited their usage of deep learning techniques due to haziness over their inner workings.
Firms are using machine learning and natural-language processing tools—no longer to grab an edge, but merely to remain competitive.
The bank’s asset management arm believes that trawling its home waters for data will land a valuable catch. Risk.net’s Faye Kilburn speaks to the data scientist at its helm.
Many US mutual funds are expected to rely on vendor tools to comply with the SEC’s rule that they establish a formal liquidity risk management program that includes classifying the liquidity of their investments. These tools have the potential to improve…
The bank's quant team discovered strange patterns around the timing of trades that neither they--nor quants at other firms--have yet been able to explain with certainty.
Last week, my homeland, Britain, voted to leave the European Union. The shock decision by the British public led the pound to plummet to a thirty one-year low and an unprecedented political crisis in the country, with both major political parties likely…
The vendor reported record half-year results
Trade organization SIFMA is expected to file an appeal in the next month
The vendor is also launching a new sales model for extending contracts
The platform will bring more transparency to the bond issuance process
The vendor will use the funding to expand the items that it monitors satellite imagery for, and will also invest in more data scientists.
The vendors have embedded TruValue's Insight360 ESG analytics platform into Eikon.
A former division of TheMarkets.com, Visible Alpha has spent the last six years perfecting its platform, and now plans to launch as a standalone provider of derived fundamental data.
The adapted platform is likely to appeal to SEFs, tier-two marketplaces and regional exchanges that lack real-time data distribution capabilities.
The web-based performance analytics provide a low-maintenance alternative to desktop-based tools, and were developed in response to customer demand.