Discover how Moody’s Research Assistant, a pioneering GenAI tool, transforms financial analytics.

Moody’s Corporation recently announced the launch of Moody’s Research Assistant. This innovative GenAI tool integrates Moody’s vast proprietary content with cutting-edge Large Language Models (LLMs), delivering fresh insights from Moody’s Credit Research, data, and analyses.

A significant leap in financial analytics, the Moody’s Research Assistant is the first commercially available GenAI-powered research tool for financial market participants. It synthesizes enormous volumes of information, allowing users to efficiently assess credit and investment opportunities, track developments, compare companies, and enhance analytical workflows.

Cristina Pieretti, General Manager of Digital Insights at Moody’s Analytics, highlights the tool’s impact in navigating today’s complex risk landscape. With the Moody’s Research Assistant, analyses that previously took hours can now be completed in minutes, freeing up time for strategic decision-making.

The tool’s efficiency is remarkable. Users in the pilot phase reported significant productivity and effectiveness boosts, with up to 80% time savings in data gathering and 50% in analysis. These metrics suggest a potential 27% time reduction in typical financial analyst tasks.

Integrating seamlessly with Moody’s CreditView, the Research Assistant utilizes Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service and advanced language processing technology. It enhances the existing information retrieval system, effectively identifying relevant companies, industries, and regions in textual content.

The tool provides real-time responses, incorporating the latest rating activities, credit ratings, and Moody’s Investors Service research reports. Future expansions will include more data and content from Moody’s across various risk areas like credit, climate, cyber, compliance, and supply chain.

This launch is part of Moody’s ongoing commitment to integrating AI into their products, solutions, and processes, focusing on urgency, employee empowerment, and customer impact.