The state investment firm looks to tap revolutionary new technology and shift to the green economy amid a challenging investment climate.
While investors in Asia and Europe are looking at applying AI to fill the gaps in ESG reporting, human oversight will always be necessary.
Pre-2015 deep tech is inferior to advances made in recent years, which makes venture capital the preferred mode of investing for Ferretto Capital
The Thai fund house is planning to scale up its technology capabilities to lift investment returns and better engage clients, while technology funds are among the key focuses of its investment products.
Most asset owners are still in the exploratory stage of adopting alternative data, but successful firms have found value in ESG and sentiment analysis information, say experts.
Even some sophisticated asset owners are wary of rushing into using artificial intelligence-based investment tools and see them as unproven for boosting returns.
Fund managers are setting the pace in using artificial intelligence as an investment tool, with such technology beyond the budget of even certain large pension plans – for now.
The second-biggest insurer in Thailand has developed an in-house artificial intelligence project for the investment risk team to help identify alpha in the local equities market.
For the Year of the Rat, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key questions. Today: Will AI gain traction as an investment tool among Asia's asset owners in 2020?
The pension fund’s ground-breaking research on artificial intelligence for portfolio management stems from frustration, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
In a world of AI-driven investing, asset owners will have a greater ability to identify alpha generators and sideline asset managers that cannot outperform, believe industry experts.
Artificial intelligence promises to be one of the most disruptive technologies in asset management in the next 10 years. If it doesn't live up to the hype it won't be for want of trying.