JP Morgan data scientist on mining and machine learning

Asset management arm looks to trawl internal data for investment edge

Ravit Mandell

The use of new data might be all the rage in investing, but JP Morgan Asset Management is not solely relying on radical offerings such as satellite pictures of shopping mall carparks for a steer on economic prospects. The asset manager is also trawling through old data research from its real estate funds to get a handle on retail activity. It’s just one example of ways that JPMAM – like its peers – is looking to squeeze everything it can from what it already knows.

The firm’s three flagship

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