OutRank API powers digital investment journeys within financial institutions. Our simulation-based approach helps you build relevant, actionable and seamless investment experiences, helping wealth management businesses to reach their customers more frequently and guide them towards their investment goals at a lower cost.
Whether you need to build a fully digital investment advice service or to support your physical advisors with consistent, compliant and research-based analytics, our APIs provide the means to do so. OutRank enables financial institutions to produce cost-efficient and scalable investment experiences that equip your customers with seamless financial decision-making tools, guiding them towards their savings goals.
Kidbrooke introduces a probability dimension to financial analytics, powering a wide range of actionable elements to customer experiences. Depending on your strategic priorities and compliance requirements, our APIs deliver a bespoke selection of the following features:
Skandia, the Swedish life insurance company, has ramped up its initiatives in using technology to improve the overall experience of its customers. The goal is simple – developing a digital space to offer touchpoints relevant and meaningful enough to drive engagement across all of Skandia’s channels.
Today’s case study examines a real-life experience of a Swedish family who struggled to receive adequate help from the local wealth management service providers.
Skandia strives to build communication channels in a digital space that would match the physical experiences in engagement levels and even improve the service quality in a way that has not been achievable before.
Welcome to our brand-new series describing the elements of digital financial experiences you can build using OutRank API!
Fredrik Daveus, CEO at Kidbrooke®, explores how to build trust in digital wealth management for the Swiss WealthTech Landscape Report 2021 by The Wealth Mosaic.
The financial guidance and advice services, which constitute the life insurer’s core business, were among the first to go through the transformation. Joakim Pettersson, the digital strategy and innovation lead at Skandia, believes that digitalisation is “the only way to scale financial advisory services”.
Evida began its path as a family office managing a wide range of assets for wealthy families. Initially, the Swedish financial advisor outsourced the management of equity and fixed income positions to other parties. However, the combination of their interest for factor-based investments and dissatisfaction with wealth management services provided by the largest banks in Sweden, Switzerland and Luxembourg convinced Evida to build their own digital advisory service.
In this article series, we present a machine learning-based approach to solving a common problem in financial modelling where one is faced with the task of estimating the value of a function which requires a significant amount of computation to evaluate. More specifically, a function that corresponds to a so-called nested simulation aimed at, for example, estimating a capital requirement for a financial institution or the risk associated with a structured product for a retail investor.
In the third and the final part of our “Portfolio Construction” article series, the findings of the previous sections are applied to a broader and more realistic set of assets to evaluate the performance of the proposed methods against more conventional techniques.
The modern wealth management industry still relies on the 50-year-old approaches to portfolio management, widely popularized by Markowitz's Modern Portfolio Theory (1952). Despite heavy criticism within the academic circles, the alternative methods remain undeservingly overlooked in practice. In the context of the modern leap for hyper-customization, we look into one of the alternatives to Modern Portfolio Theory in greater detail - the Utility-based approach.
The second part of the “Portfolio Construction”-series explores whether introducing parameter uncertainty to the model would improve the out-of-sample performance of the optimal portfolio. Additionally, the article proposes and tests two adjustments to regular utility optimisation.
There is a number of challenges associated with portfolio construction based on historical data. This three-part article series explores some of the most common issues attributed to the model-based portfolio optimization: the sensitivity to changes in data, large variations in portfolio weights and the bad out-of-sample performance.
In the first part of the ”Asset and Liability Management using LSMC” article series, we outline an ALM framework based on a replicating portfolio approach along with a suitable financial objective. This ALM framework, albeit simplified, is constructed to provide a straightforward replication of the complex interactions between assets and liabilities. Moreover, a brief introduction to the LSMC method used to generate all underlying risk factors is presented.
Kidbrooke’s Economic Scenario Generator is an API that enables a spectrum of firms to model possible future states of the global economy and capital markets to drive a wide range of portfolio and risk management decisions.Learn more
Forecast is the module of OutRank® which delivers predictive forecasting functionality driving various financial planning use cases and digital journey elements. Forecast leverages our scenario-based approach to illustrate the impact of future movements of financial markets on a portfolio or customer balance sheet while reflecting your institutions’ house views and risk factor universe.Learn more
Propose is the module of OutRank® responsible for the underlying mathematical optimization within digital and hybrid financial journeys. Based on the utility theory, Propose calculates and determines strategies allowing the end user to achieve their financial goals. Propose includes our flexible framework for risk and economic profiling.Learn more