There is alpha in the details, however. Jim Lombardo, head of investment technology at Loomis Sayles, says his firm has been leaning on AI as a quality alternative to old-school techniques such as row counts or reviewing historical trends when attempting to highlight potential data issues and more effectively classify new securities into its proprietary sector classification schemes.
“[With AI,] we’re trying to find more subtle problems with our risk model—infrastructure in particular, where
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