Motivated by a shift in global policy and the race to Net-Zero.
We have mapped two value chains complete with tech providers from the NayaOne marketplace to help Financial Institutions navigate the ESG landscape and expand their ESG capabilities by improving internal processes and passing new products to clients.
Glimpse Markets, a buy-side data sharing platform for the bond markets has officially launched. Glimpse empowers asset managers to share execution data with one another on a “give to get” basis and provides all clients with access to a unique source of post-trade bond data at zero cost.
Innovation in asset management is therefore, not just about creating new products but it is also about creating an innovation culture, Next Gen business models and ecosystems, enabling our clients to reap the benefits of the plethora of data with the help of disruptive technologies such as AI, ML and Blockchain.
Not long ago, paying attention to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues was of peripheral interest to enterprises. In the last couple of years there has been a remarkable shift in corporates’ ESG responsibilities and sustainability stewardship have become a board level agenda. Financial institutions, owing to their access to financial data of consumers and businesses, have an unprecedented opportunity to play a pivotal role in the transition towards a sustainable world.
The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) has publishes a first of its kind study consolidating fixed income trading data from numerous sources for the period of March to December 2021.
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In the age of hyper-competition, disruptive innovation is a linchpin for growth, and the financial industry is no exception to this rule. Until a few years ago, financial institutions relied upon a closed innovation model that leveraged in-house research and development teams and internal technology infrastructure to launch new products and services; but the entry of FinTechs combined with new technologies, stringent regulations, and market forces have changed the way banks look at innovation.