Cambridge & London based AlgoDynamix is a pioneering portfolio risk analytics company focusing on financially disruptive events. The software products are used by global financial institutions to improve portfolio metrics including lower volatility and higher risk adjusted returns.
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Customers include fund managers, wealth managers, investment banks and trading houses. The deep data algorithms detect anomalies in the financial markets and anticipate price movements hours (or days) in advance of the event.
Top prize for AlgoDynamix in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) category at last week’s Cambridge Independent Science and Technology awards and yet another ground-breaking new product from the AlgoDynamix R&D labs: the PI-X™ volatility risk forecasting analytics.
27 September 2017Read in full
AlgoDynamix launches major updates to its ALDX PI (‘PI’) directional market risk forecasting analytics in time for the opening of London Fintech Week 2017. The PI analytics will now provide hours or days advance warning of major directional market movements on most Global Equity markets including G10 and BRICS countries, Singapore and Taiwan.
6 July 2017Read in full
The updated AlgoDynamix RAP 2.0 platform successfully detected anomalies before market moves related to the US election results.
9 November 2016Read in full
AlgoDynamix has secured a place to compete at this year's BBVA Open Talent 2016 competition.
16 August 2016Read in full
The full ‘self service’ AlgoDynamix RAP Platform™ is now available to the wider investment community.
4 August 2016Read in full
AlgoDynamix today announced acquisition of a major Silicon Valley customer under a Global production SaaS license.
6 July 2016Read in full
Organised by CUATS, the Cambridge University Algorithmic Trading Society, a talk this Wednesday (February 10, 2016, 7:00 PM), by Jeremy Sosabowski, PhD, will a be a ‘soup to nuts’ overview of trading strategies form the initial idea to full implementation, including live trading examples.
8 February 2016Read in full