Neal Pawar, Chief Operating Officer at Qontigo, addressed the Qontigo Investment Intelligence Summits to give the practitioner’s perspective on how to improve efficiency at investment firms. He focused on whether to buy or build operations in a radically changed technological ecosystem.
After two years of virtual gatherings, I’m thrilled to announce that the flagship Qontigo Investment Intelligence Summit will return in person this May. This year’s Summit, which we have called ‘Together in ’22,’ will take place in London on May 5 and in New York on May 19. The two events will offer insights on some of the most important […]
We posted a blog in May 2018 specifically for asset managers who were still trying to integrate legacy technology into their investment ecosystem. Three years later, APIs are a must across the financial industry but not all APIs are created the same. We’ve updated this blog to include what it means to be API-first.
As founder of fintech Axioma, and now the CEO of newly launched analytics and index provider Qontigo, Sebastian Ceria has for over 20 years been immersed in the sweeping changes that continue to transform the business of investment management
Constructing fixed income factor models has long been an elusive endeavor owing to a number of challenges, not least of which includes cleansing and organizing the underlying fixed income data, or lack thereof.
The cloud is “in.” In fact, being in the cloud is fast becoming de rigueur for investment managers who want to send a message to all constituents—clients, investors, partners, competitors, you name it—that they are technologically “with-it.”
US and European stocks posted modest gains in September, helping the STOXX® Global 1800 Index wrap up its best calendar quarter this year. Japanese shares recorded their strongest month in 11, reportedly amid foreign investors’ inflows.
Global revenue from the sale of artificial intelligence (AI) software may grow to $106 billion by 2025, from $5.4 billion in 2017, according to a new report from Tractica, a research firm focusing on human interaction with technology.
In the past two years, blockchain has quickly established itself as an alternative technology with the potential to transform the way businesses are run. Some have compared its disruption capacity to the effects created by the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), robotics or big data.