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Third Bridge Connections

Third Bridge Connections provides access to industry experts who can offer unique insights into companies and markets.

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Third Bridge Forum

Forum is a primary research product which presents the value-added independent insights and opinions of industry specialists in a conference call format.

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Third Bridge Intelligence

Third Bridge Intelligence tracks topline trends of over 165 companies, in order to discover inflection points before anyone else.

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Latest news from Third Bridge

6 April 2018

FT1000: Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies 2018

We are delighted to announce that Third Bridge has ranked number 614 in the Financial Times 1000 Fastest-Growing Companies 2018 list.

This award celebrates the companies in 31 European countries that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016.

For more information on the award, and to see the full list visit the Financial Times website.

23 October 2017

Third Bridge Report Shows Significant Inconsistencies in the Pricing of Investor Research
We recently surveyed and interviewed 30 respondents from buy-side asset management firms, to gather information on how investment banks and boutique sell-side firms are pricing their research.

The survey highlights the inherent problems with how investor research is priced, a topic that is being hotly discussed ahead of the introduction of the MiFID II rules, which are due to come into effect in January 2018.

Testimonies direct from asset managers reflect the confusion around the true cost of research in the current system, which is fuelled by inconsistencies in the way that research is priced. The report’s findings indicate that larger funds are paying upwards of $2m per annum for bundled coverage, while smaller funds are being quoted less than $50k for the same product, and research provided by US investment banks has a range of pricing that often reaches unrealistic levels.

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