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Temenos report reveals Cloud and AI will drive financial recovery

By Joy Dumasia

August 26, 2021

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Temenos, the banking software company and a new report by Funds Europe – The Future of Investment Operations states Investment in technology and data infrastructure sit at the top of asset managers’ priorities as they position themselves to deliver business growth in the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. 56% say their Investment will focus on these areas over the next 12 months and for almost half (47%) on ensuring ESG compliance across their product range.

The Temenos survey of global investment professionals across the asset management sector also reveals Covid-19 has pushed firms to review their IT strategies and transition to the public/hybrid cloud. 62% of respondents say cloud-native solutions will play a key role in their IT strategy, followed by the importance of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions (48%) and the use of open API (application program interface) technology (46%). 

AI and Machine Learning are set to play a growing role in delivering predictive and ex-post analytics insights across the investment lifecycle. The top applications for AI are:

  • Portfolio analytics and performance measurement (60%).
  • Data sourcing.
  • Cleansing and enrichment (57%).
  • Improving the operational efficiency of middle- and back-office processes (56%). 

In the Temenos survey, 83% of asset managers say they will extend their strategic alliances with asset servicing and tech partners, enabling connection of middle- and back-office services straight to their front office tools and investment book of record (IBOR). 

Barry Lee, Business Solutions Director, Temenos Multifonds, said: “In mapping out the road to recovery, asset servicing firms and fund managers are increasingly looking to take advantage of the tools, analytics and scalability of the cloud. Temenos’ SaaS-based Explainable AI (XAI), for example, enables our fund administrator clients to use AI to reduce manual interventions, detect potential breakdowns in workflow, and speed up exception management related to price movements. This future-proofs their operations against black-swan events and increases overall efficiency and productivity.” 

Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Temenos, the banking software company, announced that Hamilton Reserve Bank, a leading global bank with a worldwide presence, has completed its end-to-end transformation. 

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