Moody’s invests in AI based predictive analytics firm QuantCube

Moody’s Corporationannounced today that it has made a strategic minority investment in QuantCube Technology, an innovative provider of real-time, AI-based predictive analytics for corporate clients, financial institutions and investment managers.

Headquartered in Paris, QuantCube supports a global and diverse client base with offerings including macroeconomic analysis, investment analysis and real-time analytics and data visualization. QuantCube’s analysis draws upon large volumes of unstructured data across multiple sources to create forward-looking indicators.

“Moody’s is a global leader in providing deep credit insights based on extensive data, and it has a strong understanding of the potential of AI and predictive analytics. We look forward to working together as our capabilities evolve,” said Thanh-Long, Co-Founder and CEO at QuantCube.

Rob Fauber (President of Moody’s Investors Service)-left- and Thanh Long (Co-founder and CEO QuantCube). Images, © Moody’s and © QuantCube, respectively.

“As the pace of technology innovation continues to accelerate, QuantCube has distinguished itself by offering powerful analytics using artificial intelligence and algorithmic processing to handle a wide variety of data,” said Rob Fauber, President of Moody’s Investors Service. “QuantCube’s capabilities align well with Moody’s objective of continuously enhancing the quality and timeliness of the information that informs our credit research and analysis, and we are pleased to be a part of their continued development.”

This investment follows the launch of Moody’s Investors Analytic and Technology Solutions group in 2017 to develop quantitative models and analytical tools for use in the rating process and across MIS, and to expand MIS’s technology innovation activities, including advanced capabilities in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Image over the headline.- © QuantCube.

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