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MDOTM launches ‘frontiers’ webinar series on artificial intelligence in asset management

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MDOTM, a European specialist in developing AI-Driven investment strategies for institutional investors, announces the launch of “Frontiers”, a brand new series of webinars about the future of Artificial Intelligence in Asset Management.

Each month, industry experts and leading academics will discuss the future of investing. The first episode, entitled “AI: Delivering on the Sustainability Promise”, explored the implications of the recent boom in ESG investments by two professors from the Gothenburg University and UCSC Milan.

The second one, “AI in Portfolio Construction: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants” (17 June, 3:00 pm, UK), will look closer at the drivers behind the AI evolution, featuring the expert opinion of Brian Guck, former Chairman of the Economics department at Bryant University and Global Equity Portfolio Advisor at Wellington Management, Alessandro Sbuelz, Professor of Quantitative Finance at UCSC of Milan and Tommaso Migliore, CEO & Co-Founder of MDOTM. Yvonne Pichert, Senior Vice President of Business Development at MDOTM will moderate the panel.

Research has always been one of the pillars of MDOTM: since its founding, it has partnered with prestigious international universities and built up an investment research center — the MDOTM LAB — where more than 30 external researchers and PhD in Finance and Data Science collaborate to bridge the gap between economic theory and real-world practice.

“We launched Frontiers to share where the state-of-the-art research is being applied right now and why it matters for investors, asset managers, advisors, and private bankers,” says Tommaso Migliore, CEO & co-Founder of MDOTM. 

With a team of physicists, engineers, data scientists, and finance experts, MDOTM is among the first Fintechs to successfully develop investment strategies supported by adaptive, robust, and reliable Artificial Intelligence. In this sector, MDOTM has one of the longest track records in Europe, and its AI-Driven models support the investment process of banks, insurance companies, asset, and wealth managers.

“Over the last five years, we have worked to build the best AI-Driven technology to invest in the financial markets”, says Federico Mazzorin, Chief Scientist & Co-founder of MDOTM. “Our webinars will cover the latest research insights and provide an objective and independent view on how to navigate the ever-changing financial markets”.

MDOTM will host the events on its virtual channels. Among the topics covered: Artificial Intelligence, ESG investments, new techniques for achieving portfolio diversification, factor investing, open innovation, and partnerships between financial institutions and fintech.
 

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