- Uit een wereldwijd onderzoek onder professionals op het gebied van vermogensbeheer blijkt dat investeringen in de komende 12 maanden gericht zullen zijn op technologie en data-infrastructuur, en het waarborgen van ESG-compliance
- Gegevensanalyse, robotprocesautomatisering en AI zijn de meest kritieke technologieën voor bedrijfsontwikkeling, en 62% zegt dat cloud-native oplossingen een cruciale rol zullen spelen in hun IT-strategie
- Om de operationele efficiëntie te verbeteren, zegt 83% van de vermogensbeheerders hun strategische allianties met vermogensbeheer- en technische partners uit te breiden
GENEVE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Investeringen in technologie en data-infrastructuur staan bovenaan de prioriteiten van vermogensbeheerders, aangezien ze zichzelf positioneren om bedrijfsgroei te realiseren in het herstel van de Covid-19-pandemie. 56% zegt dat hun investering zich de komende 12 maanden op deze gebieden zal richten en voor bijna de helft (47%) op het waarborgen van ESG-compliance in hun productassortiment. Dat blijkt uit een nieuw rapport van Funds Europe – The Future of Investment Operations – voor Temenos (SIX: TEMN), het banksoftwarebedrijf.
Asset Managers Look to Cloud and AI to Drive Covid-19 Recovery, Survey for Temenos Finds
- A global study of asset management professionals reveals investment over the coming 12 months will focus on technology and data infrastructure, and ensuring ESG compliance
- Data analytics, robotic process automation, and AI are the most critical technologies for business development, and 62% say cloud-native solutions will have a pivotal role in their IT strategy
- To improve levels of operational efficiency, 83% of asset managers say they will extend their strategic alliances with asset servicing and tech partners
GENEVA–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Investment in technology and data infrastructure sit at the top of asset managers’ priorities as they position themselves to deliver business growth in the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. 56% say their investment will focus on these areas over the next 12 months and for almost half (47%) on ensuring ESG compliance across their product range. These are the finding of a new report by Funds Europe – The Future of Investment Operations – for Temenos (SIX: TEMN), the banking software company.
The survey of global investment professionals across the asset management sector also reveals Covid-19 has pushed firms to review their IT strategies and transition to the public/hybrid cloud. 62% of respondents say cloud-native solutions will play a key role in their IT strategy, followed by the importance of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions (48%) and the use of open API (application program interface) technology (46%).
To improve levels of operational efficiency, firms are seeking seamless interconnection between functions along the investment value chain. In the survey, 83% of asset managers say they will extend their strategic alliances with asset servicing and tech partners, enabling connection of middle- and back-office services straight to their front office tools and investment book of record (IBOR).
AI and Machine Learning are set to play a growing role in delivering insights, both predictive and ex-post analytics, across the investment lifecycle. The top applications for AI are portfolio analytics and performance measurement (60%), data sourcing, cleansing and enrichment (57%), and improving the operational efficiency of middle- and back-office processes (56%).
However, augmenting human expertise into AI models will be a priority in applying AI models, according to 60% of respondents. This capability is essential to deliver business intelligence in a way that is explainable to product teams, customers and financial supervisors.
Barry Lee, Business Solutions Director, Temenos Multifonds, comments: “In mapping out the road to recovery, asset servicing firms and fund managers are increasingly looking to take advantage of the tools, analytics and scalability of the cloud. Temenos’ SaaS-based Explainable AI (XAI), for example, enables our fund administrator clients to use AI to reduce manual interventions, detect potential breakdowns in workflow, and speed up exception management related to price movements. This future-proofs their operations against black-swan events and increases overall efficiency and productivity.”
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Temenos AG (SIX: TEMN) is the world’s leader in banking software. Over 3,000 banks across the globe, including 41 of the top 50 banks, rely on Temenos to process both the daily transactions and client interactions of more than 1.2 billion banking customers. Temenos offers cloud-native, cloud-agnostic and AI-driven front office, core banking, payments and fund administration software enabling banks to deliver frictionless, omnichannel customer experiences and gain operational excellence.
Temenos software is proven to enable its top-performing clients to achieve cost-income ratios of 26.8% half the industry average and returns on equity of 29%, three times the industry average. These clients also invest 51% of their IT budget on growth and innovation versus maintenance, which is double the industry average, proving the banks’ IT investment is adding tangible value to their business.
For more information, please visit www.temenos.com.
Jessica Wolfe & Scott Rowe
Temenos Global Public Relations
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