Smartkarma produces, curates, and publishes impartial intelligence for institutional traders.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has made strategic funding in local fintech Smartkarma to advance funding analysis, an announcement unveiled.
The investment comes on the back of growing development in the direction of self-directed and impartial research. Smartkarma operates a worldwide funding research community that brings together institutional traders, unbiased stand-alone analysts, and listed firms on a single online platform where they share data and work together. Its network includes impartial insight givers who publish fair research evaluation on over 3,700 listed corporations worldwide, with over 24,000 analysis pieces posted on the platform thus far.
This funding research community serves to provide traders with an added source of research information and evaluation and offers listed firms a direct touchpoint with traders.
“With the advent of technology, we see the tremendous potential on this innovative platform that’s including another dimension to basic funding research. As SGX keeps upholding the standard and availability of analysis coverage via initiatives like partnering with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on GEMS, we’re further investing in new models to serve traders and corporations now and in the long-term,” mentioned Chan Kum Kong, head of analysis and retail at SGX.
Smartkarma shall be launching company solutions, focusing on investor relations and C-suite at listed corporations worldwide. This extension to the Smartkarma platform was extended after a successful pilot program led by SGX.