camradata: best investment analytics team uk 2022

The CFI.co judges have conferred on CAMRADATA the 2021 award for Best Investment Analytics Team UK 2022

Highlights of the judging panel’s findings include:

  • CAMRADATA has been connecting asset owners with the right managers over the past two decades. The UK firm provides analytical tools to navigate constantly evolving markets. It provides independent analysis and research, with consideration for quantitative as well as qualitative factors, on over 700 global asset management firms and 5,000 investment products across 250 asset classes.
  • CAMRADATA provides free investment data and analysis to institutional investors through a live feed. It acquired a specialist publishing business, Funds Europe, in 2017 that has extended its database reach in Europe, resulting in a boost in research, publishing and events business.
  • It focuses on client engagement and long-term relationships. CAMRADATA works with investment consultants, pension schemes, insurance firms, financial mutuals, wealth managers and charities and provides information around ESG and Diversity & Inclusion in the investment sphere.

The judging panel’s full report:

CAMRADATA: Best Investment Analytics Team UK 2022

CAMRADATA has been connecting asset owners with the right managers over the past two decades. The UK firm provides analytical tools to navigate constantly evolving markets. It provides independent analysis and research, with consideration for quantitative as well as qualitative factors, on over 700 global asset management firms and 5,000 investment products across 250 asset classes. CAMRADATA operates according to the belief that all institutional investors should have global access to investment information. CAMRADATA provides free investment data and analysis to institutional investors through a live feed. It acquired a specialist publishing business, Funds Europe, in 2017 that has extended its database reach in Europe, resulting in a boost in research, publishing and events business. CAMRADATA established a dedicated division to meet the needs of defined-contribution (DC) pension schemes, allowing it to capitalise on investment reporting and governance opportunities in DC market. It works with asset owners and managers, providing clients with investment analysis via an accessible and open platform. The company is driven by a gender-balanced team with deep industry experience. The team aims to propel CAMRADATA into a one-stop-shop for trustworthy investment research. It focuses on client engagement and long-term relationships. CAMRADATA works with investment consultants, pension schemes, insurance firms, financial mutuals, wealth managers and charities and provides information around ESG and Diversity & Inclusion in the investment sphere. The CFI.co judging panel announces CAMRADATA as winner of the 2022 award for Best Investment Analytics Team (UK).

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