In this episode, Dallán Ryan, Content & Advisory Lead, Data Strategy was joined by Ben Kozinn from Schulte Roth & Zabel, Kjartan Slette from Unacast, and Jason Sarfati from Gravy Analytics to discuss recent geolocation data collection and sharing developments. The panel discussed data collection best practices and data processing vendors are undertaking, sensitive locations, the FTC case with Kochava, and the likelihood of a US federal privacy law coming into effect any time soon.
In just two years (2019-2021), VC companies globally pumped more than $52 billion into therapeutic-based biotech companies, with a significant chunk dedicated to start-ups armed with platform technologies. The investment pattern suggests a strong inclination towards ground-breaking technologies capable of delivering personalized treatments to patients with enhanced precision. Precision medicine serves as a perfect example, offering the ability to diagnose conditions sooner and providing tailored therapies aligned with patients’ unique genetic profiles.
The use of alternative data by these funds has also grown throughout the years as they feature in our latest buyside surveys. COVID-19, government lockdowns, and supply chain disruption also created a significant challenge to company and economic forecasting models which led to higher demand for inflation, pricing, and supply chain insights.
Data compliance has always been an important subject, however, there have been several key events that have paved the way toward where we are today. We are now seeing regulators proactively examining firms’ policies and procedures with more intent. Data sources considered higher risk than others are now found in the regulatory and media spotlight, and varying regional regulations are impacting the funds’ global strategies.
In this episode, Gary Collier and James Munro of Man Group, one of the leading multi-asset investment groups globally, discuss the ideation and development of ArcticDB, an embedded, columnar datastore optimized for time-series data.
Data compliance has always been an important subject, however, there have been several key events that have paved the way toward where we are today. We are now seeing regulators proactively examining firms’ policies and procedures with more intent. Data sources considered higher risk than others are now found in the regulatory and media spotlight, and varying regional regulations are impacting the funds’ global strategies. This report sets out to review seven of the most prominent compliance callouts for alternative data users and what each theme means for their organization. This list has been curated and agreed upon by our legal partners and various clients over the past quarter and provides further tailored insights into what these global data compliance developments mean for the wider alternative data community.
In today’s globalized world, economic conditions are constantly changing. That is why accurate and early forecasts of global trade flows can provide a good read on economic activity both at the macro and micro levels.
Eagle Alpha Announces Release of Surveyor – The Leading Compliance Workflow Product for Data Vendor Monitoring and Communication Capture
Eagle Alpha is excited to announce the release of ‘Surveyor by Eagle Alpha’, a compliance-focused product to support data buyers and data vendors with due diligence and communication capture.
New industries are typically fragmented with numerous small players competing for market share. Industries then consolidate as they become more mature. According to A.T. Kearney’s study, all industries go through a consolidation life cycle which consists of five stages – opening, plateau, concentration, dominance, and reopening. Every company in every industry goes through these stages or disappears. Increased competition, changing regulations, new technologies, and increasing customer sophistication is putting pressure on today’s technology leaders and alternative data vendors. Companies would mostly pursue mergers and acquisitions to gain scale advantages and accelerate growth. A size advantage often lowers costs leading to competitive advantage and to competitive price setting.
Profiting From Data with Sequentum and Schulte Roth Zabel to Discuss The Role of Compliance Technology for the Alternative Data Initiative
On this episode, New York law firm Schulte Roth & Zabel and web data provider Sequentum joined to discuss the impact new technologies have had on improving data compliance, where future technology advancements can help organizations most in the compliance process, and working together to develop a more robust understanding of both buyer and vendor perspective in the data compliance process.