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The Trade: RSRCHXchange signs up to JP-Morgan backed desktop firm

rsrchxchange, May 16, 2017

Appeared in The Trade News, 16th May 2017, written by Hayley McDowell.   “OpenFin provides desktop applications to both buy- and sell-side trading platforms.   RSRCHXchange has joined desktop application firm OpenFin as a partner and is now developing its own application for analytics and research assessment. The RSRCHXchange application on OpenFin provides the option…

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Reuters: Interdealer broker Nex Group backs stock research distribution startup

rsrchxchange, February 23, 2017

Originally appeared on Reuters.com, Thursday 23rd February 2017, by Anna Irerra. Interdealer broker NEX Group Plc, formerly known as Icap, has invested in a RSRCHXchange, a London-based startup that runs an online marketplace for research on stocks, as regulatory changes in Europe and pressure on asset management fees spur innovation in the equity research sector……

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Asset Servicing Times: MiFID II research rules could hurt investment banks

rsrchxchange, January 12, 2017

Originally appeared on assetservicingtimes.com, 12th January 2017 by Stephanie Palmer. New research payment unbundling rules under the second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) could mean large investment banks will miss out on research budgets, according to a survey from RSRCHXchange… Continue reading the full article at www.assetservicingtimes.com

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Financial News: Fund managers unsure on new research rules – but will spend less

rsrchxchange, January 12, 2017

Originally appeared on Financial News, 12th January 2017. A survey found more than half of fund managers expect their research budgets to fall – and 50% haven’t decided how to use them… Continue reading the full article at www.fnlondon.com

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The Trade: Half of buy-side undecided on how to pay for research ahead of MiFID II

rsrchxchange, January 12, 2017

Originally appeared on thetradenews.com website, 12th January 2017, by Hayley Mcdowell.

RSRCHXchange survey finds industry remains unsure over how to pay for research…

Continue reading the article at www.thetradenews.com

Waters Technology: Survey: Buy Side Trends Toward Unbundling Research

rsrchxchange, January 12, 2017

Originally appeared on waterstechnology.com website, January 12th 2017 by Aggelos Andreou.  A survey of 234 asset managers reveals that only 13 percent intend to continue paying for research from investment banks under Mifid II… Continue reading the full article at www.waterstechnology.com

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The Financial Times: Fifth of fund houses to charge investors an extra fee

rsrchxchange, December 18, 2016

Originally appeared in the Financial Times, 18th December 2016, by Attracta Mooney. Featuring RSRCHXchange and quotes from our Co-Founder Jeremy Davies. Read the full article at www.ft.com

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Institutional Investor: The End of Research as We Know It?

rsrchxchange, November 17, 2016

Originally appeared on the Institutional Investor website, 8th November 2016, by Craig Mellow. Featuring RSRCHXchange and quotes from our Co-Founder Vicky Sanders. Read the full article at www.institutionalinvestor.com        

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FTAdviser: Fund Firms Stress Regulatory Impact Amid Profit Slump Prediction

rsrchxchange, October 26, 2016

Originally appeared on the ftadviser.com website, 25th October 2016, by Dave Baxter. Asset managers have reiterated concerns about increased regulatory overheads following a prediction that the unbundling of research costs required under Mifid II could wipe nearly 30 per cent from fund house profits… Continue reading the full article at www.ftadviser.com

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Know What Is Worth Paying For

rsrchxchange, September 28, 2016

Originally appeared in Handelsblatt, September 28th 2016, by Katharina Slodczyk. Article discussing how new strict EU directives such as MiFID II are opening up new business opportunities to start-ups. Read the full article in German at www.Handelsblatt.com

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