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Financial institutions are now turning to Research Digitisation1 to gain significant advantage and improve client service.
Limeglass transforms the liability of information overload into the asset it was designed to be with next-generation ‘Research AtomisationTM’ financial technology.
For the first time you can now directly explore research at paragraph-level avoiding the need to open each individual document to find what you, and your clients, are looking for.
1n: Research Digitisation – 1. The process of applying technology to automate the discovery, collection and distribution of relevant financial information by an institution to its clients or internal team to increase efficiency
The Limeglass Team is very excited to be working with Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking -SGCIB Global Markets incubator’s experts. Together we have the industry knowledge and technology to deliver business solutions for our industry and unlock the value of financial research across the markets.
Antoine Connault , Head of GMI, “these startups have innovation and entrepreneurship as building blocks of their DNA. Along with Societe Generale’s experts, we will tackle some of today’s hot challenges in the industry and look forward to repeating the successes we’ve had with previous GMI promotions!”
Find out how Limeglass helps to transform the liability of information overload in research into the asset it was designed to be.
Limeglass voted the most innovative Fintech start-up by the Fixed Income community – a huge vote for the benefits of Research Atomisation for Capital Markets participants.
Joint win for Limeglass and J.P. Morgan at the IBS Intelligence Global Fintech Innovation Awards!
The Full FX Podcast: Currency Matters
Sales Desks at Banks are faced with the challenge of delivering the right research to the right people at the right time in a cross-asset environment.
Limeglass Grabs Saywell for Research Digitisation Push
“Research is a huge asset to an organisation but inefficient distribution processes amid the sheer number of reports are limiting its true potential,” he continues. “Limeglass’ technology enables sell-side research teams to improve their workflow, communication and distribution of research both internally to the sales force and externally with clients.”
Tech Talk: Interview with Rowland Park.
Rowland Park, co-founder and CEO of Limeglass, a financial research start-up, talks to The Banker’s Joy Macknight about using artificial intelligence to enhance the way research is accessed and distributed, as well as the main takeaways from J.P. Morgan’s In-Residence Programme.
“Limeglass is one company likely to profit from such invigorated interest in tech since it focuses on condensing vast swathes of data into relevant and digestible formats.”
Improve sales workflow – research is increasingly important and a key differentiator in attracting client business.
New technology – users can explore granular insights for all asset classes for their financial research.
Limeglass uses paragraph-level smart tagging and proprietary taxonomy covering all asset classes as well as macro themes to enrich research publications. The technology allows for the ability to improve your research offering to both internal and external clients.
Limeglass enables your clients to quickly find exactly what they need, when they need it. The solution provides analytics allowing granular visibility on both what is being written and read, enabling the research to be refined to clients’ interests.
Financial market participants
Information overload is a constant challenge and inboxes are filling up with unread research.
Limeglass provides a powerful, and personalised information solution to ensure you get the information you want – when you need it.
Limeglass uses paragraph-level smart tagging and proprietary taxonomy covering all asset classes as well as macro themes to enrich research publications. The technology lets you home in on only the most relevant paragraphs across your whole research library.