The new white paper by FMF member PwC in cooperation with Morningstar shows that the inconsistent data situation makes it difficult to compare sustainable funds and investment decisions.
Contrasting sentiment among financial institutions and service providers keeps CFS Index at unchanged level
Sentiment in the financial sector has shown contrasting trends in the first quarter of 2023. However, the CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, remains virtually unchanged at 107.9 points, just +0.1 points up on the previous quarter. Sentiment among the financial institutions deteriorated by -4.0 points, whereas it improved by +4.2 points among the service providers.
The impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on various areas of the economy and society have been discussed for some time. Now the release of text-based bots ChatGPT and Bard has brought the conversation about the opportunities and risks of AI to a new level. The CFS took this as an opportunity to conduct a survey on the prospects of AI in the financial industry.
DVFA monthly question: SVB insolvency – Investment professionals see only low risk of contagion effects
In the current monthly question of the German Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management (DVFA), members are asked about the expected effects of the recent bank insolvency.
A research team from the Leibniz Institute SAFE shows how closing a regulatory gap can prevent bank runs in the future.
In the latest edition of the DVFA monthly question, investment professionals were asked, among other things, how relevant they consider the AI tool ChatGPT to be for their work now and in the future.
In this article, our member KPMG reports on the challenge for European banks to find a balance between a sound digital transformation and managing the expectations of regulators.
FMF member McKinsey & Company’s study, “Women in tech: The best bet to solve Europe’s talent shortage,” shows that doubling the share of women in tech jobs to 45% could boost Europe’s GDP by up to €600 billion by 2027.
Many low-carbon products will likely be in short supply over the next decade, warns new report from World Economic Forum and FMF member Boston Consulting Group.
DVFA board members Müller and Mainert on the implementation of ESG in the investment process and on the job description of investment professionals.