Dallán Ryan

Eagle Alpha’s London Alternative Data Conference Wrap

Eagle Alpha’s London Alternative Data Conference Wrap

This report summarizes the key takeaways from our London alternative data conference on May 16th, 2024. The event’s agenda featured a range of sessions on the latest developments and applications in alternative data such as insights into building database technology, and the impact of alternative data on central banks. In addition, the event covered the use of AI and machine learning in consumer transaction data, methods for addressing blind spots in data discovery, and the regulatory considerations for AI and data compliance in Europe. Download our report to review the panel key points.

Alternative Data for Nowcasting

Alternative Data for Nowcasting

Explore alternative data for nowcasting with real-time data for current economic insights. Learn how central banks and businesses use alternative data to track retail performance during COVID-19. Highlights include high-frequency data applications, conference insights, and integration into macro models. This report covers academic research, trends, and top alternative data vendors.

Alternative Data for Energy Investing

Alternative Data for Energy Investing

This report on alternative data for energy investing examines the use of alternative data in the energy sector, providing insights beyond traditional market data. By incorporating unique data types like satellite imagery and economic trade information, investors can avoid common biases and gain a more accurate historical view of the market.

Importance of Point-in-Time for Alternative Data

Importance of Point-in-Time for Alternative Data

This white paper explores the significance and application of Point-in-Time (PIT) data, which captures information at a specific moment, providing a snapshot of data distinct from time-series data. PIT data, critical for eliminating biases such as look-ahead and look-behind biases, is crucial for systematic firms to avoid “survivorship bias” by reflecting the true historical landscape without alterations caused by company changes or corrections.

Importance of Point-in-Time for Alternative Data

Data Regulators in China, the UK, and Europe Are Making Moves – What Alternative Data Users Should Know

Regulatory activities in the UK, Europe, and China were recently discussed as part of Eagle Alpha’s monthly alternative data-focused workshops for asset managers in collaboration with legal partners Schulte Roth & Zabel. Anna-Maleva Otto, a partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel, and Samuel Yang, a partner at AnJie Law discussed the developments that have shaped the data landscape in 2023 and what can be expected in 2024.