Financial technology firm Nucleus195 will launch its centralized research platform on September 19, as a response to the changing environment for research brought about mainly by regulation.
Mehdi Sunderji shares with Traders Magazine his thoughts on how MiFID II has affected the investment research world.
Many innovators offer aggregated research platforms that assign a specific value to each product, making their services MiFID II compliant while still enabling fast and effective distribution, like Nucleus195.
Portfolio managers considering overlooked opportunities in developed markets or seeking out stocks in frontier and emerging markets need locally sourced research.
Equity research analysts grappling with unprecedented change sweeping their industry will have a new option to distribute and monetize their work from next month.
Gill Wadsworth assesses the post MiFID II landscape to date and the gaps still needed to be filled.