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AgentRisk launches Open Beta for first AI wealth management agent for HNWIs


AgentRisk, a Los Angeles-based fintech company, founded by a team of ex-Splunk engineers, has released as an Open Beta the first AI wealth management agent for high net worth individuals.

AgentRisk sees the potential of engaging artificial intelligence in the active management of investment portfolios through dynamic risk adjustment and the use of option strategies. Richard, the firm’s artificially intelligent adviser, is designed to offer each client a tailored investment solution to help them reach their financial goals. Richard is constantly trained to identify changes in the clients’ risk tolerance and approach to investments and to update their portfolios accordingly, through an easy, hassle-free user experience.
The company’s CEO, Jon Vlachogiannis believes that AI will revolutionise the wealth management sector, by introducing to investors a new level of efficiency and easy access to high quality services.
“AI is the missing link between human and robo-advisers. Imagine a future where you have immediate access to a superhuman, super fast, dedicated adviser 24/7, who is ready to react or even pro-act to market volatility as well as life changing events.”

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