As well as reducing settlement failures, researchers believe generative AI can provide investment managers with improved research, prioritization, and allocation resources.
John Ameriks, head of Vanguard’s Quantitative Equity Group, explains the rationale behind dataset selection and how the group has been using machine learning.
Research management system providers are building on their AI capabilities using LLMs to improve the research process, but challenges remain.
With the IHS Markit merger now behind it, S&P Global is set to release RegGPT and other AI-enabled products.
Voice of the CTO: While generative AI is today’s hot topic, bank technologists explain how they’ve spent years planning for this day, even if cloud had been the main focus. And to be sure, skeptics remain.
Anthony believes that there’s a growing chasm emerging between regulators, senior business execs, and technologists—which is especially evident when it comes to the T+1 debate.
Voice of the CTO: In part two of a five-part series, bank technologists explain where firms go wrong when trying to modernize their tech stacks and manage technical debt.
Not everyone saw eye to eye at a European Commission roundtable discussing how to shorten settlement cycles, but most participants recognized the need to make the transition to T+1.
Voice of the CTO: In part one of a five-part series, several bank technologists discuss where they are looking to spend their budgets this year, and what hurdles stand in the way of experimenting with generative AI.
An artificial intelligence professor warns of machine learning ‘arms race’ for regulators against those seeking to use new technologies to manipulate financial markets.
The world's largest asset manager hints at new AI assistants for investment management clients.
This WatersTechnology rapid read report explores the transformative potential of LLMs in financial services, offering insights into the evolution, challenges and positive impacts on decision-making processes in capital markets.
As banks take a cautious approach to generative AI, Bill Borden believes Microsoft’s “copilots” will prove transformative in the capital markets.
Anthony examines some of the biggest stories from the past year to preview what might be ahead.
Banks could roll out tools to help translate old—or write new—code within months.
Machine learning and generative AI offer a tremendous opportunity to help users obtain more insights from raw data, but these tools first need perfect datasets on which to base their decisions.
Sharp rise in extreme weather events prompts PGIM Quant to aim for better climate-risk pricing
Chatbots and large language models dominated the AI conversation this year with the expectation that 2024 will bring more innovation and use cases to the forefront.
Anthony looks back at some of the major cloud and AI projects involving the likes of Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and/or Snowflake in 2023.
Between tech revolutions, secret EMSs and electronified bonds, the fixed-income market saw major advancements over the last 12 months
Asset manager says its tweaks have improved accuracy of LLM models.