Nomura advances AI trading platform for FX and fixed income

Over the next year the bank will converge its trading desk infrastructure to create a cross-asset class system

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AI power: one challenge for Nomura was getting the teams to interact and work together globally

Nomura is in the process of developing an artificial intelligence-powered trading platform for foreign exchange and fixed income and, as part of a multi-year global e-strategy, it has spent the last eight to nine months consolidating its trading operations to create a single front-office unit.

In May 2019, FX Week reported the bank had formed a new global team, combining expertise among specialists picked from quantitative modelling, IT and its artificial intelligence lab. The team is designing

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