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Title: Artificial Intelligence in Asset Management

Author(s): Söhnke M Bartram, Jürgen Branke and Mehrshad Motahari

Publication Date: March 2020

Keyword(s): Algorithmic trading, decision trees, deep learning, evolutionary algorithms, Lasso, Machine Learning, neural networks, NLP, random forests and SVM

Programme Area(s): Financial Economics and International Macroeconomics and Finance

Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) has a growing presence in asset management and has revolutionized the sector in many ways. It has improved portfolio management, trading, and risk management practices by increasing efficiency, accuracy, and compliance. In particular, AI techniques help construct portfolios based on more accurate risk and returns forecasts and under more complex constraints. Trading algorithms utilize AI to devise novel trading signals and execute trades with lower transaction costs, and AI improves risk modelling and forecasting by generating insights from new sources of data. Finally, robo-advisors owe a large part of their success to AI techniques. At the same time, the use of AI can create new risks and challenges, for instance as a result of model opacity, complexity, and reliance on data integrity.

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Bartram, S, Branke, J and Motahari, M. 2020. 'Artificial Intelligence in Asset Management'. London, Centre for Economic Policy Research. https://cepr.org/active/publications/discussion_papers/dp.php?dpno=14525