Allianz Global Investors adopts NLP signals in equities

Move to tackle unstructured data starts with sell-side analyst reports

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­­­Allianz Global Investors is adopting natural language processing (NLP) signals acr­­­­­­oss its entire equities division, starting with signals generated by analysing sell-side analyst reports.

Two years ago, the San Diego-based quantitative team at the €535 billion ($588.3 billion) asset management firm started a NLP effort to tackle the kind of unstructured data quants struggle to pipe through their statistical models.

Natural language processing is a subfield of artificial intelligence

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