Artificial intelligence could revolutionise actively managed funds, but it cannot expand until regulators accept them and they build multi-year track records, say advocates.
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 two pension fund managers are among a growing number of asset owners using new approaches to data analysis and technology to enhance returns and cost-efficiency.
As part of their new advisory powers, asset managers are looking to provide a broader digital platform to compete with the disrupters.