Morningstar Expands Morningstar Quantitative Rating to EMEA and Asia

Powered by a machine-learning model, the rating represents Morningstar's ongoing commitment to provide investors with a powerful toolkit to assess funds and help them reach their financial goals

Nordic Info Team 06.05.2020 | 9:37

Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN), a leading provider of independent investment research, today announced the expansion of its Morningstar Quantitative RatingTM (the Quantitative Rating) coverage in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia. The rating uses a machine-learning model to rate 22 times more funds than are rated by Morningstar analysts in EMEA and Asia.

The Quantitative Rating is an extension of the recently enhanced Morningstar Analyst RatingTM for funds (Analyst Rating), which provides an analyst's forward-looking assessment of a fund's ability to outperform its peer group or a relevant benchmark on a risk-adjusted basis over a full market cycle. Morningstar EMEA and Asia manager research analysts assign Analyst Ratings to approximately 1,260 open-end and exchange-traded funds and together with the Quantitative Rating, cover approximately 29,200 funds, representing nearly 105,000 share classes in EMEA and Asia.

"Investors can use the Quantitative Rating, together with our other fund ratings, to improve their fund screening and selection process," said Wing Chan, Director, EMEA and Asia Manager Research Practices for Morningstar Investment Management Asia Limited. "The Quantitative Rating algorithmically extends the objective, rigorous analysis that our manager research analysts conduct to thousands of additional funds, providing investors with broader coverage than ever before with the independent perspective they have come to know and trust from Morningstar."

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