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Alternative Data – The New Frontier in Asset Management

2017-03-31

Executive Summary Asset management is being fundamentally changed by an explosion in the information world that is reshaping its operations and creating a new hierarchy of winners. To stay competitive, traders and portfolio managers increasingly need to incorporate new, alternative data that stretch well beyond the traditional market intelligence that has been the mainstay of investing. These alternative data come from a bewildering array of sources, including satellite and drone imagery, GPS tracking for cars, trains, and mobile phones, transactional data for credit cards and other payments, sentiment analysis for social media and news feeds, and so on. Frequently, the new data was not designed for investing, but rather for marketing, agricultural and industrial production, security and other purposes. The explosion of new data presents a particular challenge to hedge funds and other asset managers, as acquiring the necessary skills and infrastructure to leverage these sources of information will require large investments. We expect that alternative data will contribute significantly to a further shrinkage in the hedge fund population, as firms unable to exploit the information needed to compete effectively in the new world of intelligent investing will fall behind.  The sell side will be challenged, too. Opimas estimates that buy side and sell side investments in the race to master and employ the plethora of data will exceed $US7 billion by 2020. (See Figure 1) While potential returns are currently impossible to pin down, the current 21% annual growth in spending in this space implies that managers believe the alpha generated will at least cover their investments initially, and over time could produce attractive returns. In the case of one hedge fund that is advancing in this race, we estimate that the excess return could ultimately exceed 5%. Figure 1. Spending on Alternative Data for Trading and Asset Management Source: Opimas Analysis This sea change in asset management creates opportunities for providers of the underlying data, but also challenges. We believe that: Buy-side firms will need to develop a wide range of skills in order to adapt to this new environment. These include data management to unearth and apply hundreds of data sources covering thousands of data sets; domain expertise to interpret and contextualise the new data; data science to create quantitative trading models using advanced statistics and artificial intelligence, and information technology to create architectures designed to deploy the investing models based on heterogeneous data. Sell-side institutions are in a position to benefit by providing the necessary infrastructure to their buy-side clients. In addition, broker-dealers that are part of large universal banks are well-placed to package and resell some of the vast quantities of data available within their bank. These data cover payments, loan origination, FX trading patterns, trade finance, loan delinquency information and much more. Market data vendors are naturally positioned to act as aggregators of fragmented data sources and to provide services that directly tie the alternative data to tradable instruments. Exchanges, the primary source of traditional market data, are likely to see muted growth in their more advanced market-data offerings. Vulnerable areas will include ultra-low-latency data feeds and depth-of-book products, as clients’ earlier focus on quantitative trading shifts away from high-frequency strategies to those that are rooted in alternative data. Exchanges are being challenged by the rise of alternative data and we expect a handful of them to respond by making acquisitions that can restore their advantages in the coming years. In this report, Opimas provides an overview of alternative data now required for trading and asset management. We examine some of the providers of alternative data, analyse best practices, and show how exchanges, market-data aggregators, sell-side institutions and other participants can leverage their existing positions to benefit from this trend. Managing the flow of information and converting it into investment strategies will be one of the biggest challenges facing the asset management industry in the coming years. Firms mentioned in this report: 7park Data, Airsage, Cardlytics, Dataminr, Descartes Labs, Discern, Envestnet Yodlee, Foursquare, Genscape, Heckyl, INRIX, MasterCard, MKT MediaStat , Orbital Insight, Owlin, Placed, PlaceMeter, Premise, Quandl, Ravenpack, Rezatec, Rsmetrics, Second Measure , Selerity , Sentieo, Spaceknow, Spire, Streetlight Data, Tellus Labs, Ursaspace, Windward, Yipit Data   Table of Contents of Report     Executive Summary   2 Introduction   5   A Definition 5   A Sea Change in Quantitative Investing 6   Vast and Expanding Sources of Data 7   How Much Alpha? 8 Sources of Raw Data   10   Imagery 10   Proprietary Sensors 11   GPS 12   Web Pages 13   Transactional Data 14 Alternative Data Providers   15   Image Processing and Analysis 16   Other Imagery 18   GPS Data Analysis 18   Web Pages Analysis 19   Transactional Data Analysis 21 Applications of Alternative Data   25 Preparing for the Future   33   Asset Managers 33   Market Data Vendors 34   Sell-Side Institutions 34   Exchanges 36 Conclusion   37  

  Report

Navigating The Collateral Transformation Maze

2017-03-14

Executive Summary Collateral management became a survival tool for financial firms trading over-the-counter derivatives as regulators mandated central clearing and highly liquid instruments for initial variable margins. Collateral transformation—the art of turning illiquid assets into usable margin—was born as they reached for assets to back their trades, and became a profitable service business for a handful of pioneers. Now, other firms are eyeing the business. According to the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), an estimated 70% of the total annually traded volume of OTC contracts will be centrally cleared this year, creating a collateral requirement of between US$4.7 trillion and US$5.3 trillion. With eligible assets in short supply at many firms, the need to post more and updated margin with a central body put a premium on efficient use of collateral. While some firms are learning to free up eligible assets by shuffling their portfolios, many remain significantly short of meeting their margin requirements. To fill this gap, a dozen firms including custodians, dealers, and settlement houses are currently offering to convert ineligible assets into usable ones. Essentially, these collateral transformation facilities enable clients to post illiquid securities that the intermediary swaps into cash in the repo and securities lending markets before posting it with the central counterparty clearing houses (CCPs) that ended one-on-one OTC derivative trades by individual firms. Following the example of the pioneers who have led the pack in designing transformation tools since the regulatory reforms, other financial institutions would do well to explore whether and how they can effectively leverage their existing capabilities to offer collateral transformation services to clients. Succeeding in this market requires more than an ability to transform collateral via repo and securities lending markets or access to highly liquid assets, however. For example, the technological undertaking is not a simple one. Firms must have an architecture that combines data management, automation of flexible business rules, collateral-matching algorithms, performance analytics, risk measurement, monitoring and reporting. On the sell side, firms aiming to transform illiquid assets into margin must get a handle on which markets they can best compete in, and what potential clients’ needs are. Before jumping in head first, they should create client-specific business cases, mapping them against markets of various sizes to assess their own possible penetration and market share. From there, firms should identify any gaps and potential roadblocks to offering these services to specialized teams within a firm, such as systems and analytics, risk, and compliance. On the buy side, no one size of collateral transformation model fits all players; the partnership model if chosen should be commensurate with each firm’s understanding of the market, risk appetite, and the workings of collateral partnerships. Finally, firms should only turn to collateral transformation after making sure they have already used their existing assets as efficiently as possible, which remains a cheaper option.  

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To renew our accumulated skills and stay at the cutting edge, Opimas routinely invests about one third of revenues in market research. In fast-changing markets these investments create a constantly updated store of intellectual capital on issues of strategic importance to our clients, not least the risks and potential costs of emerging competition and regulation.

 

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We work with clients on enterprise risk management, governance and international public policy, analysing all their exposures and strategies. We offer advice on all categories of risk ranging from qualitative and quantitative risk strategies, stress testing and capital management, to risk analytics, risk-based performance, and the impact of regulation, risk culture and risk governance. We analyze the effect of global and regional regulations on financial stability and the competitiveness of the financial sector

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Our asset management specialists work on diverse issues with clients on both the buy-side and the sell-side. In an increasingly competitive market where and digital media greatly impact investment decisions, we guide them on concerns such as the evolution of the buy-side to-liquidator provider, the impact of changing regulations such as the Alternative Investment Fund Manager Directive, shadow banking regulations, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, transparency requirements, the issue of asset allocation in view of the vacuum left by traditional sell-side institutions, asset allocation in an ultra-low interest rate environment, evaluations of prime brokerage services, and the changing relationship with custodian banks

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We are a team of financial industry veterans and strategists that have worked at leading financial institutions, giving us a practical understanding of the transforming business model and the challenges clients face today.

Octavio Marenzi
om@opimas.com

Octavio Marenzi is the co-founder and managing director of Opimas. At Opimas, he directs the firm’s research in the areas of equities trading and asset management.

Octavio has performed a variety of consulting engagements including the: Creation of an international expansion strategy for a major US derivatives exchange;

Analysis of the impact of the merger of two major Austrian banks, including identification of cost and revenue synergies;

Delineation of the strategy for the merger of the back-office and technology operations of two major Wall Street brokerage firms ;

Review of non-Japan Asia equities markets for a major Japanese bank. This involved market sizing, competitive landscape, and recommendations for acquisitions.

Prior to joining Opimas, Octavio was the CEO and founder of Celent, which was acquired by Oliver Wyman. At Oliver Wyman, he served on the firm’s management committee, overseeing 2000 consultants globally. Previously, he worked at UBS in their asset management division in Zurich, as well as at Booz, Allen & Hamilton’s financial service group in New York. He received his MSc and BSc degrees in mechancial engineering from MIT.

Axel Pierron
ap@opimas.com

Axel Pierron is the co-founder and managing director of Opimas. At Opimas, he directs the firm’s research in the areas of market structure and FICC (Fixed Income Currency and Commodities).

Axel has performed a variety of consulting engagements including the: Assessment of the impact of the post-trade infrastructure regulatory evolution in Europe for a leading securities services provider;

Due diligence on a global securities servicing and IT provider for a leading European private equity firm;

Evaluation of the options available (business and trading model) for a major European exchanges to develop a fixed income trading platform Creation of a multi- market entry strategy for a global derivatives exchange;

Prior to joining Opimas, Axel was the founder of Bedade a network sourced data platform. Previously, he was the manager in charge of the global capital market practice at Celent, an Oliver Wyman company.

He received his Master from SKEMA business school.

Medy Agami
ma@opimas.com

Medy Agami is the co-founder and managing director of Opimas. At Opimas, he leads the firm’s risk management and public policy practice.

Medy has performed a variety of consulting engagements including: creating an Enterprise risk management (ERM) framework, infrastructure design, governance and strategic risk workshops for senior managers and board of directors; Designing and implementing models and liquidity risk management governance frameworks; Stress testing (CCAR, DFAST, Liquidity Stress Tests, IMF Financial Sector Assessment Program, BoE and PRA stress testing framework) enhancement, design, and execution.

Prior to joining Opimas, Medy was the head of governance at Northern Trust. Previously, Medy has also held a number of consulting, credit risk, market risk, finance, strategy, and asset management positions at Celent/Oliver Wyman, TCB, JP Morgan, and FSCM/Zone C.

He studied financial engineering and quantitative risk management for his masters in fnancial engineering from IIT. He also received an MBA from the University of Chicago where he studied capital markets.

Anna Griem
ag@opimas.com

Anna Griem is an analyst in Opimas' Capital Markets practice.

Anna Griem is an analyst in Opimas' Capital Markets practice. Prior to joining Opimas, she helped financial institutions and solution providers stay ahead of developing market trends and manage their key business and technology issues as an account manager at Celent. 

Anna also worked at UpperEdge, an IT sourcing and commercial advisory firm focused on negotiation, program management, and the complete sourcing lifecycle. Anna spent a year as a parliamentary researcher at the House of Commons in London.

She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Vermont's Honors College. She speaks English and German.

Perrine Fiorina
pf@opimas.com

Perrine Fiorina is an analyst in Opimas' Capital Markets practice.

Perrine has performed a variety of consulting engagements including the: Analysis of opportunities and threats of European regulations Mifid and Code of Conduct for a leading European exchange; Assessment of a financial technology provider for a possible takeover by a private equity firm; Market study in Europe and Asia for the launch of bill payment services;

Perrine also wrote various reports including: Socially Responsible Investment in Europe and in the US; Role of Commercial Banks in Microfinance; Mobile Banking in Western Europe.

Prior to joining Opimas, Perrine was an analyst in the Securities and Investment team, as well as in the Banking team, at Celent, an Oliver Wyman company.

She studied financial engineering  for her Masters in Management from Montpellier Business School. She speaks English and  French.

Helleyne Agnellini
ha@opimas.com

Helleyne Agnellini is an associate at Opimas and she is responsible for business development.

Prior to joining Opimas, she worked at the Risk Advisory Group helping financial institutions, law firms, and corporate entities tackle their risk management needs by connecting them to the right practices and people within the firm. She follows clients from first enquiry to implementation of the account, making sure they are satisfied with the service being offered and assuring the efficient running of the process throughout. Helleyne also has previous experience working in sales within the fashion, media and art industry.

She holds an honours bachelors in international business from the European Business School in London and has also attended courses at Nanjing University and the Beijing Language and Culture University in China. She is fluent in Italian, Portuguese, English, and Spanish, and has a conversational level of Mandarin.

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