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Technology and the new investor

The great asset transfer is upon us. According to whose calculations you rely on, baby boomers will pass on something in the order of $30-34tr in the coming twenty to thirty years. That marks the greatest generational transfer in history and will lead to major changes across many walks of life.
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Midcap Liquidity

One of the most contentious aspects of MiFID II has been its impact on market research and the liquidity of small and mid-cap stocks. Banks and brokers have traditionally been able to offer analysts reports for free as part of broader equity trading activity.
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Fund Managers

Blair McPherson explains why fund managers need to change the way in which they interact with investors. He argues that technologically enabled disintermediation is now a must for those seeking to attract and retain investor assets.
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Digitisation

Professor Amin Rajan, CEO of CREATE Research gives us his views on the challenges and opportunities of digitisation in asset management. Cost pressures, the search for growth and the rise of the Millenial investor make this an important and urgent issue.
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Press Release

Companies and asset managers are looking for more effective ways to interact directly with their investors under regulatory changes, such as MiFID II. With markets becoming more jittery, investors are also seeking more effective real time channels of engagement.
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Ready for launch

As we gear up for our launch it’s an exciting time for Senasen and the large group of test-users who have helped us hone and refine the platform (thank you!). Last night I had the pleasure of introducing our proposition to a small group of senior managers...
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The Senasen story

CEO Blair McPherson and CMO Steve Allen discuss the reasons behind the creation of Senasen....
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The changing face of IR

The way in which companies engage with their investors is changing rapidly and radically. On the one hand, broad regulatory changes require companies to engage more with their shareholders, while at the same time reducing the role of mediators...
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