Securities & Investments Research
Celent's Securities and Investments practice focuses on information technology research in the securities and investments field affecting brokerages, investment banks, and asset management firms. Celent provides the information you need to make informed decisions by conducting research which offers in-depth analysis coupled with pragmatic and actionable advice. We also allow you to stay abreast of the lastest trends affecting the securities and investments industry through our blog, newsletter, LinkedIn Discussion Groups and through our live Twitter feeds. For information on becoming a client of Celent, contact Andy Renzella at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1.617.262.3124
Securities and Investments Research
Celent's securities and investments research covers the buy side, the sell side, and market destinations. Our internationally-based analysts focus on information technology issues that affect global, regional and local financial institutions. Celent reports tend to fall into one or more of the following categories: trends analysis, vendor evaluations, case studies, or market data. Recent reports have covered topics such as foreign exchange, derivatives, market data, commodity markets, prime brokerage, and emerging markets.
This service focuses on strategies and technologies employed by securities firms to target institutional, as well as for proprietary trading. Celent covers a variety of products and services (equities, fixed income, futures, derivatives, etc.) from both the buy-side and sell-side perspective.
Recent Capital Markets reports
This service delivers the latest thinking and insights around issues of strategy, operational practices, and the technology underpinnings in order to achieve high-performing finance, risk and compliance functions.
To see a research agenda or titles of upcoming Finance & Risk reports, please contact Andrew Renzella at email@example.com or +1.617.262.3124.
Recent Finance & Risk reports
This service focuses on strategies and technologies which firms active in the securities industry use to target retail and individual investors. Celent covers a variety of products and services, including brokerage, mutual funds, retirement services, wealth management, and private banking.