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TheMarkets.com Adds 100 Asian Brokers Contributing Research

Global research platform now has 700 brokers publishing content, quadrupling the number from one year ago.

The Markets.com has increased its research coverage in Asia through the addition of over one hundred top-tier and boutique research providers in the region, according to the research provider's announcement. In total, the company announced that it has real-time distribution agreements with more than 700 brokers and independent research firms publishing to the company's platform, more than quadrupling the number of contributors from one year ago.

Some of the notable additions for Asia include BNP Paribas Asia, CLSA, Macquarie Securities, and Nomura. "We continue to target research providers covering high-growth markets, where demand for information is increasing exponentially," stated Amy Kadomatsu, chief product officer of the TheMarkets.com, the provider of research estimates and workflow solutions to the buy side. More than 2,400 investment management firms worldwide are using The Markets.com platform for one-stop access to global research, estimates, filing, events, transcripts and other company and industry content, noted the release. The buy-side includes 21 of the 25 largest U.S. asset managers, 39 of the top 50 European asset managers and 73 of the world's largest 100 hedge funds. Brokers contributing research are able to reach investors in 51 countries across the globe. The platform distributes native-language research from brokers and independent firms in 59 countries. The online software's search function supports keyword searches in languages ranging from Japanese to Germany, among many others.

"The vast, global user base of The Markets.com is incredibly attractive to potential providers. Contributors need to be where their clients go for research," commented Kadomatsu, in the release. Ivy is Editor-at-Large for Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology. Ivy is responsible for writing in-depth feature articles, daily blogs and news articles with a focus on automated trading in the capital markets. As an industry expert, Ivy has reported on a myriad ... View Full Bio

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