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Analizo launches Europe’s first algorithm-as-a-service

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Analizo has launched Europe’s first algorithm-as-a-service, bringing quantitative investing technology to asset managers and private banks.

With nine out of 10 actively managed funds in Europe missing their benchmarks, Analizo is stepping in to provide theoretical outperformance by a wide margin.
 
Analizo is a proudly Belgian-grown software company that aims to upgrade the wealth management industry with scientific and evidence-based investment strategies.
 
“Artificial intelligence and algorithmic investing are on the brink of revolutionising asset management. Computers are more adept at making rational and better investment decisions and are able to handle vast amounts of data that a biological brain is simply incapable of processing,” says CEO Wouter Verlinden.
 
“Analizo has a range of defensive, balanced and dynamic proprietary algorithms that can be used by asset managers and private banks to deliver robo-investing capabilities to their clients. With algorithms building the portfolio, managers can focus even more on customer relationships and on guiding their clientele towards market-beating financial performance,” adds COO Jef Laurijssen.
 
On the road map is an AICB fund managed by Analizo and dedicated partnerships with institutional banks, insurance companies, private banks and family offices to allow them to tailor-make algorithm-based investment products for their clients.
 
In the future, Analizo algorithms can be used to trade directly on your own share account. It will be possible to replicate virtually all ETF structures. By trading on your own account, double-dipping fees and security risks are eliminated and full ownership is retained.
 
Analizo is led by Wouter Verlinden who has over a decade of experience in fund management and a board of directors consisting of Patrick Vaneeckhout, former CEO of AXA Bank Europe and Christel Dewitte, independent investment manager private equity and Vic Vanhove, Senior Product Marketing Manager of Exact.

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