We are a team of innovators, problem solves, and we pride ourselves on being the wealthcare experts. We solve some of the most interesting challenges in the wealth management and technology space with a mission – to help everyone live better lives, financially. Meet the team behind Quantifeed.
To mark International Women’s Day, we spoke with Audrey Wong, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of digital wealth management solutions provider Quantifeed, about workplace diversity and the status of women in the fintech industry.
Last Friday, Quantifeed was named ‘Fintech of the Year 2019’ and ‘Outstanding B2B Robo-advice Platform’ by ETnet, one of Hong Kong’s most influential and reputable media outlets owned by Hong Kong Economic Times media group.
It’s been a BIG YEAR, and a year of many ‘FIRSTS’ for Quantifeed. We expanded our footprint in Asia, adding more WealthCareExperts to enable financial institutions to become digital leaders; we delivered many ‘firsts’ working with our clients across the region to digitise and democratise wealth management.
Hong Kong, 28 November 2019 – Quantifeed, Asia’s leading provider of digital wealth management solutions, has co-developed a new robo-investment service, Robo 360, with China CITIC Bank International (“CNCBI”). The launch of Robo 360 makes CNCBI the first bank in Hong Kong to offer robo-investment advisory service to customers.
Tokyo, 12 November 2019 – Quantifeed, a leading provider of digital wealth management solutions, today announced that it has been invited to enter the Japanese market as part of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s ‘Global Financial City: Tokyo’ Vision, which aims to make Tokyo an unrivalled global financial center. Headquartered in Hong Kong, Quantifeed is one of 50 foreign asset management and FinTech firms selected to participate in the scheme over the four years from FY2017 through FY2020.
SINGAPORE, 13 November 2019 – Saxo Markets, a Fintech Specialist with multi-asset trading and investment platforms, and Quantifeed, Asia’s leading digital wealth management solutions provider, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to build a joint solution that will enable advisers to reinvent their businesses and scale quickly in a challenging environment.
Quantifeed has partnered with Everbright Sun Hung Kai’s online investment service platform, EBSHK Direct, to launch a robo-advisor in Hong Kong that gives retail investors access to tailored thematic strategies.
The EBSHK Direct AI-Portfolio Investing platform uses smart analytics, algorithms and quantitative research to create portfolios for clients from a combination of Hong Kong stocks and exchange-traded funds.
Hong Kong, October 23, 2019 – Quantifeed, Asia’s leading provider of digital wealth management solutions, has partnered with Everbright Sun Hung Kai Company Limited (“Everbright Sun Hung Kai”) to launch a robo-investment solution. The new platform, called EBSHK Direct AI-Portfolio Investing, enables retail investors in Hong Kong to easily access a diverse set of portfolios of Hong Kong stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Such portfolios are typically only available through financial advisors. The launch of EBSHK Direct AI-Portfolio Investing marks another milestone in bringing wealth management to retail investors in Hong Kong.
Battle royale game Fortnite has become a phenomenon. The video game played by roughly 250 million players worldwide has generated billions of dollars and an obsession for gamers of all ages. But the real headline at the end of July 2019, was Bugha, a 16-year old American boy who took home the grand prize of US$3 million during Fortnite’s World Cup finals at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York.
U.S.-based Legg Mason and Taipei-based Cathay Financial Holdings have teamed up to launch theme-based investment solutions to Taiwanese investors via Cathay United Bank’s robo-advisory platform.
A few years ago, banks and other financial institutions were focused on grand ambitions of leveraging pioneering technology to revolutionise their offerings. Today, however, companies are realising that they need to align their digitalisation efforts with the changing expectations of their customers in order to protect their business and achieve growth.
What is ROBO advice? How does it work, and how can an organisation such as a bank, or broker add a digital platform to their list of wealth advisory products and services ?
Less people in Australia are likely to get financial advice in the wake of the financial services royal commission – the inevitable consequence of implementing the final report’s wide-ranging recommendations.
Banks in Asia, and around the globe, face a challenge. More and more customers from their large and growing retail customer base are digitally active, and they want personalized investment solutions available anytime and anywhere.
Hong Kong-headquartered robo-advice systems provider, Quantifeed, is sounding out the NZ market after opening an Australian office this February.
Southeast Asia is in the midst of change, with banks in the region seizing upon the opportunity to roll out new wealth management services to the growing mass affluent population. Changing demographics and income growth are increasing the number of people entering the middle class, with rapid urbanization set to double the region’s “consuming class” to 163 million households between 2017 and 2030 and with per-capita GDP to rise almost threefold to more than US$9,000 in the same period.
Shadab Taiyabi, Senior Executive -Strategic Partnerships at Quantifeed, gave a presentation at the Hubbis Thailand Wealth Management Forum to explain how Quantifeed can help financial institutions scale using digital automation. This is especially important in Asia, where middle-class wealth is rising rapidly and where competition is intense for the mass-affluent market’s attention.
Banks can be an integral part of the evolution of robo advice; it doesn’t threaten their traditional structures. Technology is a positive disruptor in the finance and banking sector and leveraging the benefits it offers — lower costs for higher functions — is a strategic direction that banks are well positioned to take.
How many times have you heard this from your development teams? Modern systems are increasingly complex and often suffer from the butterfly effect of small changes. All too often the approach to testing is still highly manual and hasn’t kept pace with that complexity.
Increasing sophistication amongst wealth management clients and a growing need for scalable solutions has led to the emergence of robo-advisors. This is particularly true in Asia where investors tend to be hands-on and a major wealth transferal is expected to pave the way for a more tech-savvy generation. But client demand is accompanied by stricter calls by the region’s regulators for more suitability checks and comprehensive due diligence, requiring robo-advisory firms to not only provide sound investment advice but also adapt to compliance laws across jurisdictions.
BNP Paribas Asset Management is testing out its robo-advisory platform in Indonesia, with plans to roll out the service in other Asian markets this year.
“We are potentially looking at all markets where we have distribution, but we want to first bring it to a single market to see the adaptability of that […] so Indonesia has been chosen as the one,” says Rakesh Vengayil, deputy CEO of BNPP AM.
In a bid to convince customers to overcome their inertia for investing, DBS has launched a platform that combines robo-investment and the expertise of portfolio managers.
A provider of automated investment solutions is opening an Australian office to meet the growing demand for digital financial advice.
Sydney, 25/02/2019: Quantifeed, Asia Pacific’s leading provider of digital wealth management solutions, has opened an office in Australia to strengthen its strategic relationships as demand for B2B digital advice solutions grows.
In light of ageing populations, retirement income strategies for Asia’s wealthy are becoming increasingly vital and could benefit from robo-advisory capabilities, John Robson, Quantifeed’s chief commercial officer, told Asian Private Banker.
Thematic investing has been steadily gaining in popularity over the past years, helped by ETFs that provide readily available exposure to niche sectors from Cyber-Security to Medical Devices. Thanks to these ready-made portfolios, investors get to access a theme without the burden of stock selection.
Following the official launch of Cathay United Bank’s robo platform, major media outlets in Taiwan picked up the news. Quantifeed was mentioned as the financial technology firm that Cathay United Bank is partnering with to build the platform. It is reported that the platform is built with technology, big data and algorithm to effectively avoid the blind spots of the market and investment, and help the investors to achieve their long term investment goals progressively.
Conventional financial advice often draws a distinction between growth and income portfolios. This article argues that a portfolio of growth stocks can be a good strategy to generate income, especially in times of rising interest rates.
Legg Mason Global Asset Management has diversified its business with an entry in Asia and Australia to the digital advice market through the purchase of a minority interest in Hong Kong-based technology provider Quantifeed.
Singapore, 31 July 2018: Quantifeed, Asia’s leading B2B robo-advice provider, today announced its Singapore office launch and the appointment of three key executives. These initiatives will support the company’s growth in South East Asia.
Hong Kong, pegged as the most free economy in the world, has seen a consistent growth in fintech companies. It remains to be one of the best markets for the industry within Asia at par with Singapore and India.
SINGAPORE – Hong Kong-based robo-advice provider, Quantifeed has raised US$10 million (S$13.6 million) of Series B funding to open a Singapore office and boost its research and development efforts.
Hong Kong, June 20, 2018 /PR Newswire/ — Quantifeed, Asia’s leading B2B robo-advice provider, today closed US$10 million in a Series B funding round. The investment is led by Cathay Financial Holdings (TWSE: 2882), Taiwan’s largest financial holding company, with participation from Legg Mason Inc (NYSE: LM), the US-based global asset manager.
We are about to witness the creation of two pieces of regulation that provide a catalyst for much improved banking services for consumers. In the short term, its impact will arguably be larger than the much talked-about block-chain and AI revolution. We are talking about Hong Kong’s policy frameworks for digital open banking and online financial advice. Open banking (https://openbankproject.com) is a global regulatory trend. While the UK and the EU are leading the way with legislation, many South-East Asian markets are following suit. Similarly, the popularity and widespread availability of digital advisory platforms has prompted many regulators to define and clarify the rules in this new space.
While some industry participants say Hong Kong’s first guidelines for online fund distribution provide clarity that may drive more investors to digital platforms, others believe further steps must be taken to spur growth.
The word ‘disrupt’ is most commonly associated with digital technologies. Yet a digital ecosystem of additional services may have the potential to do the opposite for general insurers and ‘open up’ new opportunities.
Hong Kong: Quantifeed, Asia-Pacific’s leading provider of B2B digital wealth management solutions, has been named Best Robo Advisor Solution by the prestigious magazine Asian Private Banker at its 2017 Technology Awards.
No pain, no gain. Everyone knows that to become fitter and leaner, there is no way around a stringent exercise regime which will cost time, sweat, and yes, pain. However, the dictum does not apply to financial fitness. What seems impossible in the gym might be achievable for our financial health. Setting our saving targets to auto-pilot saves time and effort, and leaves us with more time to spend elsewhere, such as the gym. Here’s what to look out for when deciding to use the set-and-forget method of investment saving.
Hong Kong-based wealth technology company Quantifeed will expand to Singapore this quarter, Citywire Asia can reveal.
Could “open banking” soon become a global phenomenon? It is a question banks and tech companies are asking as the UK kicks off its open banking programme as part of a Europe-wide reform and Hong Kong begins exploring the idea.
Cathay Financial Holdings announced today that the investment research team, product team, Cathay United Trust and Conning Asset Management, will partner up with Quantifeed, a Hong Kong start-up, to design the algorithm and investment platform that is most suitable for the market needs. It is expected that the product will be officially launched in March 2018 and the minimum investment amount is 5,000.
As the first wave of so-called robo-advisor implementations in Asia has passed, many institutions that have turned on an automated investment advice ask themselves “And now what?”. Could it be that digital wealth management is a solution without a problem?
Doubts about fintech are gradually giving way to a broader acceptance in the wealth management space. Quantifeed is racing to capitalise on this by helping institutions deliver a richer and more relevant experience for clients and advisors alike, says John Robson
Quantifeed is thrilled to be named as one of the 10 fast growing fintechs in Hong Kong by IDC Financial Insights as part of the broader FinTech 101 list for Asia/Pacific. “IDC’s FinTech Fast 101” refers to the fast-growing fintech players in Asia/Pacific based on extensive on-ground analysis of the dominant fintech players within the region.
Five years ago, Alex Ypsilanti wanted to take on a new set of challenges in his career, so he set his sights on starting a robo-advisory firm.
It’s 2017. Your car can drive itself, groceries are delivered to your doorstep and that pesky document in Mandarin? It’s translated into English in seconds. Yet online banking – or even worse – actually walking into a retail bank branch remains an excruciating, mind-numbingly bureaucratic procedure in this era of speed and efficiency. As one financial services CEO said to me: “If I never have to walk into my bank again, I would be a much happier woman for it.”
Digital wealth management provider Quantifeed has introduced a new model portfolio which is aimed at capturing growth opportunities of the China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
According to Hong-Kong-based Quantifeed CEO Alex Ypsilanti, institutions in the region are realising that digital solutions to wealth management needs are allowing them to re-engage with a significant portion of their client base.
Quantifeed and XTB have launched a model portfolio of exchange traded bond units (XTBs) linked to floating rate notes from Australian corporate issuers that will be available to investors in Australia and across Asia.
Roughly 1000 years ago, traders from east and west exchanged goods along a centuries old network of routes ranging from eastern China all the way to Western Europe. They traded silk, porcelain, and spices in exchange for wool, gold, and silver. And more than merchandise travelled along the networks. The constant movement and mixing of populations brought about the transmission of knowledge, technology, cultures and religions. There were many established routes and methods of transportation; camels plodding through the desert and ships navigating along the coast. Today, we refer to this trade network as the ancient Silk Road.
In a market where many competitors have left Millennials in the too hard (or too poor) basket, progressive wealth managers have an opportunity to stake their claim.
Investment and robo-advice platform provider Quantifeed has created a model portfolio that taps the growing global industry of driverless cars.
Leading provider of B2B digital wealth management solutions in Asia Pacific, Quantifeed, today launched a model portfolio to capture the opportunities of the growing global industry of self-driving cars.
With over a hundred fintech ventures and more than 35 investors and accelerator programs, Hong Kong’s fintech ecosystem is growing at a fast pace.
According to a Deloitte study on wealth management and millennials, nearly six in ten people of this generation would change his or her bank relationship for a better technology platform solution. In a different report, by Telstra, researchers found that 67 per cent of this generation prefer to receive advice on financial products and services via a digital platform.
Speaking at Hubbis’ Digital Wealth event in Singapore in June – John Robson of Quantifeed discusses how to fit a new technology initiative into the people, processes and systems of existing businesses.
Speaking at Hubbis’ Digital Wealth event in Singapore in June – John Robson of Quantifeed discusses how to fit a new technology initiative into the people, processes and systems of existing businesses.
Digital wealth management can mean many things. Over the past years several companies, sometimes referred to as robo-advisors, have emerged, each presenting their own version of digital wealth management. “Securities brokers, wealth managers, banks, insurance companies – each type of financial institution has their own set of ideas and their own set of challenges”, says John Robson, Quantifeed’s Chief Commercial Officer. He continues, “The common thread that ties all these organizations together however is that they want to go from selling products to solving their clients’ financial problems”. Products don’t necessarily get clients to where they want to be and fail to build any lasting trust or loyalty between the organisation and the client.
In April the International Monetary Fund issued its most upbeat outlook for the global economy in years.
Financial technologies such as robo-advisors are taking the corporate world by storm — but their integration has been much more sluggish. In an interview with Globalive Chairman Anthony Lacavera, Quantifeed’s co-founder and CEO Alex Ypsilanti talks about makes his products a better alternative to internally-developed solutions. (Source: Bloomberg)
A majority of Australians are not interested in financial advice because the industry lacks effective ways of making financial goals a part of everyday life and inspiring action among consumers, consultants have said.
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At the beginning of April 2017, the electric car manufacturer Tesla (TSLA) first overtook Ford (F), and a few days later GM (GM), to become the largest US car manufacturer in terms of market capitalisation. This is astonishing, given Tesla’s relatively small production of only 77,000 cars in 2016 vs. 10 million for GM. The market perceives Tesla not as a normal car manufacturer, it is a symbol of new automotive technology – a technology which culminates in the self-driving car. It has proven a disruptor to the car industry as consumers and investors alike are fascinated by its product. So far, the company has served the luxury segment, but recently announced plans to enter the truck segment and the mass market. Tesla is launching its mass-market Model 3 sedan in the second half of 2017 and intends to quickly ramp up its production capability to reach a target of 500,000 cars per year in 2018.
Home-grown fund management firm Jachin Capital has been awarded a capital markets service licence by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and can now offer its digital investing platform, iAdvisor, to all accredited investors here.
Wealth tech investments reached a record of 74 deals in 2016. This subset of fintech companies offer an alternative to traditional wealth management firms by offering technology-enabled tools that are advancing the investment and wealth management profession.
Quantitative screens can increase returns from thematic robo-advice portfolios using two distinct approaches to building indices, according to a new whitepaper from wealth management software provider Quantifeed.
Returns from thematic robo-advice portfolios can be boosted by using quantitative screens without increasing risk for investors, according to a whitepaper from digital investment solution provider Quantifeed.
Returns from thematic robo-advice portfolios can be boosted by using quantitative metrics that won’t increase investors’ risk, according to digital investment solutions company Quantifeed.
Applying quantitative screens to thematic robo-advice portfolios can improve results without increasing risk, according to Quantifeed.
Thematic approaches to building indices can be paired with factor approaches to deliver stronger risk-adjusted performance for investors’ portfolios, according to analysis from digital wealth management solutions firm, Quantifeed.
Today some of the investment strategies which are most in-demand by investors throughout Asia-Pacific have a thematic approach at their core. Thematic portfolios offer exposure to certain economic, social or technology trends, such as the increasing pressure on potable water supplies, the surging use of robots or the rise of social media.
Generational differences in the way clients seek advice would be a key catalyst for new digital entrants to capitalise on the growing millennial market by tailoring their models to the next wave of Australian investors, according to white-label digital advice provider Quantifeed.
“Chances are that equity risk and opportunity continue to become more sector and country-specific than in the past. An investment approach focused on sectors and emerging trends might be advantageous in this environment.”
Since the Fintech industry started to take off a couple of years ago, there’s been a lot of discussion about how disruptive these new types of businesses are. Headlines have been filled with this idea of a new generation of companies that are defying the status quo and reshaping financial services. But while the innovation that Fintech companies bring to the industry is very real, these companies are much less disruptive than what you’ve been told.
Over the last years, the growth of fintech has gained significant momentum globally, attracting US$19.1 billion in investment in 2015 alone. In Asia, fintech funding reached an all-time high, quadrupling 2014 total with US$4.54 billion in investment across 130 deals, according to a report by CB Insights and KPMG.
“If the markets are down, you may need to make a higher contribution for a few months to meet your goal, and we can let clients know by sending them a text. Instead of handing out a fact sheet about what the fund is doing, we’re focusing on user’s goals and whether they’re going to reach them.”
When cooking a meal, great importance is placed on the right ingredients. It’s not much different with index construction. Here too, the right stocks make the difference. At Quantifeed, we are transparent about our index design. In this article, we discuss some of our recipes.
“While AI promises to change the future of investing, the robo-advisor industry isn’t quite there yet in terms of integrating this new technology into its investment models. In fact, it may not do so for a while.”
“Rather than disrupting, we see Fintech as enabling wealth management solutions. It allows financial institutions to enhance engagement with clients through a digital investing experience, accessible anywhere, anytime and on any device.”
I always found jogging dull. But a little app on my phone has changed that. It is called “Zombies, run!” and simulates a pack of hungry zombies chasing me during my run through the deep dark forest. The app creates a whole new experience: I find jogging much more engaging – and I also run a bit faster.
Hong Kong’s long-established financial center, burgeoning startup scene and developed business center connecting Mainland China with global markets, have made the location one of the world’s top fintech hubs in world.
Hong Kong-based digital wealth management solutions provider, Quantifeed, has announced a number of senior appointments in both Hong Kong and Australia, including chief operating officer and chief financial officer, as part of a regional expansion.
Quantifeed, a provider of digital wealth management solutions in Asia Pacific, has appointed Audrey Wong in the combined role of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, alongside several other key senior hires in Hong Kong and Australia.
Quantifeed, a provider of digital wealth management solutions in Asia Pacific, has appointed a Chief Operating Officer and a Chief Financial Officer, alongside several other key senior hires.
Quantifeed, a leading provider of digital wealth management solutions in Asia Pacific, today announced the appointment of Audrey Wong in the combined role of Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, alongside several other key senior hires in Hong Kong and Australia. The Hong Kong based company is moving ahead with regional expansion after announcing successful completion of a US$4.5 million Series A round in July.
“Ypsilanti is somewhat of a fintech pioneer in Hong Kong – he entered the sector back in 2012”
Einstein dies and goes to heaven only to be informed that his room is not yet ready. “I hope you will not mind waiting in a dormitory and you will have to share the room with others” he is told by the doorman. “See, here is your first roommate. He has an IQ of 180!” – “Why that’s wonderful!”, says Albert. “We can discuss relativity theory!” “And here is your second roommate. His IQ is 120!” – “Why that’s wonderful!”, says Albert. “We can play Go!” “And here is your third roommate. His IQ is 80!” – “Why that’s wonderful!”, says Albert. “Say, where do you think the market is headed?”
Now and then a paradigm shift occurs that can totally change the landscape of an entire industry.
Quantifeed recently graduated from the OCBC Open Vault Fintech Accelerator programme, which took place between May and August in Singapore. Eight companies from across the globe were chosen from over two hundred applicants, with the purpose of helping entrepreneurs build promising Fintech companies.
“Financial institutions are no longer contemplating whether they should have an automated platform, but how and in what capacity. Firms are actively looking to monetize the growing mass and emerging affluent segment, recognizing digital is a huge opportunity – not a threat” Quantifeed CEO, Alex Ypsilanti
Shanghai-based PGA Venture Partners, which invests in early-stage and growth-stage ventures, has led a $4.5 million series A investment found in B2B fintech company Quantifeed, to enable the Hong Kong-incorporated firm to accelerate expansion in key markets in the Asia Pacific region, including China.
Digital wealth management solutions company Quantifeed today announced that it has closed a US$4.5 million-worth of Series A led by PGA Venture Partners.
“Technology will enable banks and other financial firms to transform how they deliver wealth management services – allowing many of them to reach myriads of underserviced consumers for the first time” Quantifeed CEO, Alex Ypsilanti
Quantifeed, a leader in digital wealth management solutions in Asia, has reached a significant milestone by closing US$4.5 million in a Series A financing round. Shanghai-based PGA Venture Partners led the investment. The funds will enable Quantifeed to accelerate expansion in key markets in the Asia Pacific region, including China.
Automated advisory platforms, also known as robo-advisors, have already caused a stir in the US and the UK, and are now winning market share in Asia.
Costless, secure and instantaneous financial transactions. That’s the future. Seems too good to be true but that’s exactly what blockchain technology will herald for the financial services industry.
Quantifeed is recognized among the top 20 innovative start-ups in Hong Kong by FinTechCity. The list features start-ups with the potential to become game-changers as well as high-growth enterprises with competitive staying power. It was included in FinTechCity’s FinTech50 2016 report. It is the second time the list has been released in the report and was published to coincide with FinTechCity’s Money 20/20 event taking place in Copenhagen.
“There is a lot of change coming from the mass affluent and retail audience,” he explains, “and there is a lot of demand there for digital and for wealth management because a lot of these people don’t get any wealth management services at the moment.” Quantifeed CEO Alex Ypsilanti
“Eighteen months ago nobody knew what robo advice was, but during 2015 private banks realised that they needed to address this strategically at a high level. It’s on everyone’s agenda; whether to launch such services in 2016 or 2017.” Quantifeed CEO Alex Ypsilanti
“Banks in Asia are now asking how do we use technology to deliver a product to this group of clients that up to now has proven to be difficult to serve?” Quantifeed Head of Strategic Partnerships, John Robson
Automated investment services, aka robo-advisors, seemed like a distant destination just a little while ago. Yet financial institutions globally, and no less in Asia, are travelling that road faster than any of us might have expected.
Quantifeed is a semi-finalist in the highly-competitive Innotribe Startup Challenge. Launched by SWIFT in 2011, the Innotribe Startup Challenge hand-picks the most impressive fintech startups globally and makes introductions to banks and VCs during four regional showcases. Quantifeed will showcase their product in front of an audience in Singapore on May 28th, which will ultimately vote for the top 5 companies of their choice at the end of each showcase. The 20 companies selected globally in total will automatically secure their place as finalists in the Innotribe Startup Challenge Grand Finale. This year the event will take place in Singapore on October 14 2015.
“Why is it that technology has impacted so many areas of our lives, but has yet to really change how we manage our wealth? There has to be a more effective way to provide a sound and transparent service to anyone needing to invest their savings.” Quantifeed CEO Alex Ypsilanti
Out of a total of 92 applications, Quantifeed was fortunate to be the final winner (Diamond Award) for the Microsoft Stream of My Favourite Cloud Product (MFP) competition.
Quantifeed is now a member of the Cyberport Incubation Programme.
The British Business Angel Programme, organized by the British Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by Baker Tilly, shortlists Quantifeed to the 4 finalists presenting to angel investors at The Hong Kong Club.