“Our platform allows investors to find and purchase the research they need in markets where they want to invest with transparent pricing and technological efficiency,” says Scott Duxbury, who co-founded Nucleus195 with Mehdi Sunderji and Doug Rivelli.
Investors Can Find and Buy Research Across Developed, Emerging and Frontier Markets…
AlphaWeek’s Greg Winterton sat down with co-founder Mehdi Sunderji to discuss trends in the research consumption industry.
Research drives the bus. But who’s in charge of the research? Or managing it? That’s a job being looked at by Stamford, Connecticut-based Nucleus195, a new firm founded in part by Wall Street alum Doug Rivelli.
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.
BCS Global Markets and the Moscow Stock Exchange present an investment overview addressing the fundamentals of the resource-rich market amid a period of worldwide emerging market volatility…
Mehdi Sunderji shares with Traders Magazine his thoughts on how MiFID II has affected the investment research world.
The passage of the MiFID II regulations this year upended the way investment research, crucial to informed investment decisions, is paid for and consumed. These European Union regulations have a global impact on independent research providers from Australia to Zimbabwe…
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.