PanAgora: machine learning’s promise and pitfalls

When CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association) conducted a survey on the use of machine learning in the investment process, the vast majority of respondents proved to be in “raising awareness” mode. But it’s a “genie not going back in the bottle”, said Bill Kelly, CEO of CAIA, as financial pros find data scientists sitting closer and closer to their desks.

Kelly was speaking during a webinar hosted by CAIA, and was joined by George Mussalli, CIO and head of research on the 50-strong equity team at PanAgora ($46bn AuM), a quantitative asset manager founded in 1989 deploying machine learning algorithms to help find patterns in data, fill in missing information in data, and increasingly in trading.

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