Sanlam transfers UCITS Managed Risk fund to AI approach

Natalie Kenway
The new fund will use a fixed set of rules and algorithms to smooth out V-shaped returns

The new fund will use a fixed set of rules and algorithms to smooth out V-shaped returns

Sanlam Global Investment Solutions has transferred the management of its UCITS Managed Risk fund to artificial intelligence specialists AI Machines to create what the firm believes to be the first balanced fund that is 100% driven by machine learning processes.

The Dublin-domiciled fund was initially launched in 2013 and was run as a systematic strategy, but it was decided to move the vehicle to an artificial intelligence approach that uses self-learning adaptive...

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