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Street Contxt Welcomes John Meserve as President

May 4, 2016

Street Contxt announces the hiring of John Meserve as President. Based in New York, Meserve is responsible for overseeing all day-to-day operations including sales, marketing, strategy, and expansion within the United States and worldwide. Meserve joins Street Contxt with more than 25 years of experience in the capital markets, most recently in the research and commission management industry as Chief Executive Officer of market leader Westminster Research Associates, an affiliate of BNY Convergex.

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Building a Marketplace for Financial Reports

April 28, 2016

Blair Livingston, CEO of Street Contxt, joins Bloomberg TV Canada’s Pamela Ritchie to discuss how he plans to disrupt how Wall Street shares research.

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This Canadian Entrepreneur Aims to Change How Wall Street Shares Research

April 27, 2016

For years, Wall Street research firms haven’t known for sure if clients are reading their analysts’ reports. Now a Canadian startup is bringing transparency to financial research. Toronto-based Street Contxt, founded in 2012, helps analysts — and their bosses — track which clients are reading what. Figuring that out isn’t merely a feel-good exercise. The […]

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This Startup Wants to Change How Wall Street Shares Research

April 27, 2016

Wall Street research firms don’t know if clients are reading analysts’ reports. Now, Street Contxt is bringing transparency to financial research.

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Taming Research Overload

April 15, 2016

Institutional clients don’t read four-fifths of Wall Street research. Street Contxt, a content management system slims down users’ inboxes and helps research providers get paid for their content. The Toronto-based enterprise content-management service provider found, after examining traffic on its cloud-based platform used by more than 100,000 institutional investors spread in more than 16,000 funds, that 78% of all formal research sent to institutional clients never gets opened. Portfolio managers and buy-side analysts are oversubscribed to formal and informal research offerings and have trouble separating the wheat from the chaff.

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