One of the world’s largest asset managers, Franklin Templeton Investments is actively building its data science and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to enhance its investment processes.
In Asia-Pacific’s prolonged low-yield and regulated environment, institutional investors are increasingly taking on portfolio risk in their search for returns, while risks are plentiful. So how are Asia-Pacific investors striking a balance between finding opportunities and mitigating risks?
Franklin Templeton’s Simon Rudolph outlines the firm’s common-sense approach to consistent outperformance in managing Asian equity portfolios.
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