Morgan Stanley Explores Using AI to Better Trade Equities

The bank is also looking at using AI for intelligent IOI suggestions based on clients’ trading profiles. 


Morgan Stanley is exploring various ways that artificial intelligence can be used to help clients better trade in equities. 

Kerr Hatrick, executive director and quantitative strategist at Morgan Stanley Asia, said that the bank is trying to figure out how to best use various forms of AI—namely, machine-learning techniques—to make suggestions as to which algorithms to use to trade equities in a particular market condition.

“We are also interested in looking at the problem whether last night’s

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