Deutsche Bank leverages AI for securities services

The bank’s client segmentation offering creates more targeted post-trade offerings, while its prediction engine can help reduce settlement failures.

Artificial intelligence is employed throughout the financial services industry—whether it’s to address trade execution issues, forecast returns in non-linear relationships, or better digest sentiment analysis; it’s used in the front office by portfolio managers or by exchanges targeting disclosure gaps. But executives at Deutsche Bank Securities Services, which sits under the bank’s corporate bank division, believe that more can be done with AI in the post-trade industry. 

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