Discover the latest news and insights from Cardo AI and the private debt market.
We recently hosted a Women in Tech webinar. Through this interactive event, with all-female speakers from Cardo AI, we aimed to connect, educate, and inspire other women interested in working in – and with – technology.
What does the ESAs updated statement on SFDR and Taxonomy entail? What are the main takeaways from the update?
What are the risks of using spreadsheets? Is there a better way to manage your private debt investments? Is it worth it to switch from traditional but consolidated processes involving spreadsheets to more advanced technologies?
What is the EU taxonomy and what are its implications for financial market participants? In this article you will find a practical guide on how to comply with the EU Taxonomy
Regulation in the ESG securitization market: what are the needs of the industry actors when it comes to sustainability? In this article, we will review the evolution of the market in regards to ESG from a regulatory perspective.
Working with Agile methodologies and practices is natural for CARDO AI. Traditional business strategies, project planning methods, and workflows cannot work for the needs of our team and customers. In this article, we will discuss Agile Working, its roots, and how this methodology fits into CARDO AI.
If you couldn’t join us for the live Women in Tech event, read this article to find out what we shared and the topics we talked about!
At Cardo AI we recently built and implemented our own IDP (Identity Provider) system, that that handles user Authentication & Authorization for applications. Read more to find out what it is, how it benefits our platform, and the work behind it!
At Cardo AI we have a brand new product: the Hyper Data Room. Keep reading to find out more about our new groundbreaking data room system and how it can help asset managers and institutional investors manage their private debt investments.
As we are starting the new year, we took a look back at what we were able to accomplish during 2021. January is an ideal time to reflect on what we’ve achieved so far and what we expect to do in the months ahead.
Cardo AI, an Italian fintech that develops AI-based solutions for private debt markets, has closed a €3.5 million funding round.
In this article, I want to make a tiny contribution to the community by explaining a very important concept like BigO notation using some power of visualization and my background in math to help you all better understand this topic.
Are you wondering what it’s like to work in Cardo AI? Discover everything you need to know about the employee experience in Cardo.
Cardo AI becomes a PRI signatory. Find out what PRI is and what this change means for our organization towards the promotion of ESG principles.
Cardo AI in the running for the EIT Digital Challenge 2021, Europe’s flagship competition for Deep Tech scaleups.
Imagine being a bank, an asset manager, or an investment fund with a well-established franchise in the loan industry that wants to expand its activity by tapping into new markets, products or geography.
PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment – the world’s leading advocate for sustainable investing, founded on a United Nations initiative) has recently published an interesting report on the incorporation of ESG in securitization products.
In the initial steps of my career, when I just started writing software, only the senior developers of my company felt responsible to write tests for their code. Over the years, this has become mainstream.
This transaction follows the previous securitization of € 100 million launched in September 2020, as part of the “Slancio Italia” project.
The need for real time transaction data amid regulators’ requirements and investors’ need for higher transparency
During my experience as a data scientist, one of the most common problems I have faced during the process of data cleaning/exploratory analysis has been the handling of missing tabular values.
Data is the foundation that drives the whole decision-making process in the finance ecosystem.
Upon finishing my Bachelor’s, I never imagined I would find myself in the crossroad between the digital lending market and software engineering, with the former being just a part of the broad Fintech domain.