Company aims to ease valuable data sharing through blockchain technology
March 14, 2019 – Bloomberg
SBAV Group has announced today its plans to improve its index data sharing and analysis process by means of novel blockchain technology.
Headed by SBAV Group’s Research Department, the planned development aims to allow index data to circulate instantly among index providers and advisers across one centralized data bank.
“By developing this internal platform we intend to assist our advisers and enable them to more easily share, receive and analyze index data. The expected outcome will be improved benchmark tracking and significant operational cost savings, with the potential to result in increased returns for our investors”, commented Harvey Grader, Research Director at SBAV Group.
Originally proposed as a solution for human advisers, this improvement is also likely to have applications to SBAV Groups proprietary AI-trading system. Data sharing via blockchain and aligning workflows with smart contacts have been proven to accelerate delivery, curtail manual update requirements and mitigate risks.
“The safe, expedite and dependable controlled sharing of valuable and time-critical data is crucial to the further advancement of our capacity to produce enticing investment opportunities and outcomes. SBAV Group is dedicated to remaining an innovative enterprise through projects such as this”, concluded Mr. Grader.
While primarily focusing on the advancement of its proprietary AI-trading system, SBAV Group’s Research Department is steadily progressing on this current development, with pilot tests expected to commence in June of this year.
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