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Independent providers lambast competition from investment bank rivals
Fund managers are increasingly using AI to mine corporate verbiage for profitable trading signals
FCA tables reforms to ensure UK asset managers are not disadvantaged compared to EU peers
Computer-generated commentary to be rolled out on thousands of mutual funds and ETFs
Staff at investment banking unit CIB Insights are alleged to have circumvented security measures at Coalition
Private German bank reports record profits and plans to broaden footprint in Frankfurt
Shift to online presentations means fund managers are paying less for investment research
Active managers will prosper when they can consistently beat indices
Shifting definitions speak to wider issues in the equity market at the moment.
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Exemption on bonds and small companies research aimed at boosting economic recovery
Tweaks to financial regulations, to be announced soon, follow €750bn relief package
Possible rise in self-censorship prompts concerns over future of Asian finance hub
Study of 95,000 conference calls finds companies took fewer questions from ethnic minorities
French and German groups lobby Brussels for a change to research unbundling
Different approaches to paying for investment research exacerbated by pandemic
Analysts at Wall Street and European lenders sidestep city’s political crisis for fear of upsetting Beijing
Boutiques hit by ‘perfect storm’ two years after introduction of EU market rules
Even larger companies are affected as investment banks retrench
Banks battle for audiences with new information sets, ‘charticles’ and podcasts
There is a real business opportunity in doing climate-related research properly
Independent groups and small brokers complain bigger rivals have adopted predatory pricing
Regulatory squeeze forces Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to hunt for new consumers
Traditional traders are being hired as computer-powered techniques lose their edge
Banks will not have to register as investment advisers under EU rules