FactSet introduces AI chatbot to promote efficient workflows for junior bankers


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FactSet, a leading global provider of enterprise solutions and digital platforms for the financial industry, has announced the beta release of FactSet Mercury, a cutting-edge large language model-based knowledge agent that will power contemporary digital workflows and improve fact-based decision making.

The company said that FactSet Mercury streamlines the bankers’ company research workflow. It provides a dependable, single conversational interface for important company data along with context and next steps that can be taken immediately.

Through an integrated suite of generative AI (GenAI) tools surfaced in a single chat interface, FactSet Mercury users can access FactSet’s extensive regulatory data for banks and branches as well as its comprehensive financial fundamentals and pricing data.

Read More: FactSet launches AI chatbot to drive efficient workflows for junior bankers

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