New AI fund navigates market turbulence: "Our plan is to demonstrate that this is the next generation of CTA investing"

Asset managers will harvest the most-well known market anomalies more quickly with each passing year, according to an experienced hedge fund manager. "We are convinced that combining AI with human decision-making processes will give investors an advantage in the future," he says to AMWatch.

(left-right) Mandatum Life duo Lauri Vattinen, senior vice president nd Claes Siegfrids, head of institutional sales. | Photo: PR Mandatum Life

Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently revolutionizing entire industries, and asset management is no exception.

Several investment managers are exploring how to successfully integrate AI capabilities into investment strategies with the aim of systematically harvesting market anomalies to generate strong returns. Mandatum Life is one of them.

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