Artificial Intelligence in Capital Markets: The Next Operational Revolution | collaboration |

Artificial Intelligence is among the hottest topics in the financial markets today, seeming to promise untold benefits to the major banks that are embracing it, and destruction to traditional asset managers and other victims who get left behind. The truth may be a little different.


Artificial Intelligence is a term used very loosely in the financial industry to describe various technologies capable of addressing firms’ unsatisfactory operational efficiency and other needs. The various AI tools are, in fact, quite distinct and should be used to tackle different business issues.


Considering the tremendous potential for AI applications in the capital markets, we expect spending in the field to increase by 75% from 2017 to 2021, reaching US$2.8 billion.