UK asset manager: AI in macro trading ‘very overblown’; useful for nowcasting

The managing partner of Fulcrum Asset Management said that the firm has been developing nowcasting tools that even central banks have consulted on.

Whether for quantitative investment strategies, corporate FX hedging, data extraction, or portfolio management research, there are a plethora of examples of how banks and asset managers are exploring AI to improve investment processes. Still, not everyone is convinced that the coming AI revolution is already here in the capital markets—at least for certain aspects of trading.

Joseph Davidson is the managing partner of Fulcrum Asset Management, a London-based firm that manages £6.4 billion (~$8bn)

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