Institutional Insights


Street Smarts: Rise of Trading and Equity Research

April 15, 2016

In addition to trading execution Investment Banks and Brokerages offer thematic and specific research across asset class, sector, and security in order to both educate potential customers and drive business with existing customers. Discover how equity research helped expand investment banking from trading execution to include a personalized client experience.

MiFID II sell side research unbundling

Sell Side: Preparing for Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II)

March 11, 2016

Investment research as we know it in the U.S. markets will change with the advent of new global regulations. Organizations with the right technology solutions in place will be best prepared to address these new and mandated compliance requirements.

Capital Markets uses Big Data

Leveraging Big Data for the Street

February 15, 2016

Deciphering what data is key to keeping up with the evolving landscape and implementing a successful strategy for business success. Big data still continues to be a buzzword, as the financial services industry is slow to draw on the power of big data as a result of needs for more concrete use cases for the capital markets. Historically institutions have been focused on trading execution, focusing on the raw data that we see; which is being traded on before our eyes register the number. There is a shift to complex data, in order for brokerages to squeeze more out of the content that firms are producing to optimize value for clients.

Sell side emails read on desktop or mobile


January 11, 2016

Consumption patterns are dependent on which method your clients use to read your emails, including: desktop computer, an email client such as outlook, or on mobile. If your clients can’t easily read the content, they won’t act on it. If they don’t act on it, the firm can’t get paid.

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