By A Paris – 2020 may have been a rude introduction to the world of remote working, but the months of travel restrictions and the shift to virtual working have proved to the fund management industry that alternatives to traditional full-time office set-ups can indeed work. Technology oiled the wheels for changing the way organisations operate and continues to play a significant role in their strategy going forward.
Technology & software solutions
causaLens, a deep-tech company predicting and optimising the global economy, has released the World’s first causal Artificial Intelligence (causal AI) enterprise platform.
Financial markets data science firm, FairXchange has launched ‘game changing’ functionality within its Horizon product with a new Pricing Stack Analysis feature which enables financial institutions worldwide to make more informed, data driven decisions about how they interact with existing and prospective Liquidity Providers.
One of the world's top sovereign wealth funds (SWF) has slected Diligend, a provider of investment management software, to digitalise and automate fund Due Diligence for the hedge fund asset class.
Ramsey Quantitative Systems' (RQSI) has launched Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, a new investment tool that enables investors to generate, evaluate, and compare hedge fund fee structures.
Trucost's climate analytics and environmental data is now available via the S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Independent Trading Group (ITG), Canada’s only brokerage firm dedicated specifically to professional trading, has selected OneMarketData's OneTick Trade Surveillance.
SEI's latest middle office whitepaper, "Remote Working, Covid-19 and Middle Office Outsourcing," explores some of the operations challenges and opportunities caused by Covid-19 lockdowns, woprkplace interruptions and the 'new normal'.
BidFX has launched a new desktop-installed FX trading app powered by the OPenFin operating system.
Chronicle Software (Chronicle) says its latest Chronicle FIX solution is helping institutions improve the performance of their trading platforms.