BMLL Preps New Model for Exchange Data Analytics

A majority of fund managers believe artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact the way funds are managed in the future. Joanne Faulkner reports on one startup looking to capitalize on this shift.


The API will provide the data in a common format, allowing institutions—such as quantitative and systematic hedge funds, high-frequency traders, investment banks, investment managers, central banks and regulators—to “answer their own questions from the data,” says BMLL chief executive John Macpherson.

The vast and ever-growing volumes of market data already available will never be processed efficiently, if at all, without machine learning and the assistance it provides, which is driving asset

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