Tellimer announced this Wednesday that it has launched a new digital research platform powered by artificial intelligence to allow market participants to access unique and hard to find information on emerging markets easier.
The platform, called Tellimer Insights, provides investors, corporates, advisors and global decision-makers with proprietary and curated data, insights and analytics on emerging markets.
According to the statement from the company this Wednesday, the new platform will feature unique research from Tellimer’s international analysts along with content provided by banks, brokers and research firms.
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Tellimer Insights content available 24/7
Users will be able to access the content 24/7 from all smart devices and in low-latency environments, the company said. The new platform allows users to follow subjects, companies, countries and analysts of their choice. Institutional users will be able to access AI-powered functionalities, such as predictive search and authoring and publication tools.
Commenting on the launch, Duncan Wales, CEO of Tellimer Group, said in the statement: “Particularly in these uncertain times, we aim to connect our clients to the best and most timely insights in a way that makes finding relevant information as easy and flexible as possible. Everything we have built is mobile-first, and designed to be light and powerful, to empower our clients as they assess major risks and identify the right opportunities.”
Tellimer, which formerly went by the name of Exotix, provides institutional investors, corporates, and governments with access to financial markets. The company has offices in London, Dubai, Lagos, and New York.
The broking business of the financial services company covers more than 170 trading markets in equities and fixed income. In particular, the division specializes in emerging and frontier markets. As Finance Magnates reported, the brokerage business of the company was recently acquired by INTL FCStone at the end of last year.