Routing 101: Identifying the Cost of Routing Decisions
Dr. Bimal Roy Bhanu AiXPRT – “In terms of regulatory compliance in financial services – for example, automating the KYC processes for AML and CTF – the utopia is an AI solution system that harnesses machine learning and natural language algorithms. The AI engine should not be static; rather, it should be trainable to understand any regulation regardless of geography. Also, once the system has learned a regulation, it should be simple – using a straightforward text input interface – to teach the engine to understand any differences or changes in regulation. It might take a person weeks to understand and be trained for changing regulations, whereas the AI solution can do it in a matter of hours.
Given that it can take months to manually complete compliance assurance processes, the business case for embracing the automated efficiencies, cost savings and analytics delivered by AI compliance solutions is undeniable. Such platforms are available and are infinitely superior to the illusory masquerade of the AI-washing brigade.”
Hayley McDowell – “The move means that clients will be able to use the FactSet workstation alongside proprietary, internally-developed desktop applications, and integrate third-party applications that are accessible via the OpenFin ecosystem into FactSet workflows.”
Paul Rowady – “Ok. So, in order to avoid one of those vein-popping rants, I just want to remind that there is no such thing as a free lunch, that the retail brokerages are not charities, and that they will absolutely make up lost commission revenues in other ways, usually obfuscated way down in the guts of their workflow process where few people notice.”
BUSINESS WIRE – State Street MediaStats scours more than 100,000 media sources as well as other big data sources to estimate future price changes and risks pertaining to individual equities, country equity indexes, and foreign exchange rates. The indicators use natural language processing and machine learning algorithms to account for biases and helps filter out noise in the media based on an extensive body of founding partners’ research.
Rowland Park – Of course, Refinitiv (formerly known as Reuters) and Bloomberg terminals have been a mainstay of trading desks for decades, but now firms are using algorithms to transform headlines into data which can be utilized by both human traders and algorithms, to drive trading decisions. … The volume and lack of innovation in the world of financial research means that it is very difficult for market participants to effectively handle and consume the information they are receiving, leading to less-effective outcomes. … The opportunity now is to use smart technology to transform the liability of information overload in financial research into the asset the analysis was designed to be in the first place.