Tellimer adds IHS Markit’s economic and risk analysis to its Insights network

Tellimer Group announces the addition of selected macroeconomic and country risk analysis content from IHS Markit in an expansion of its global investment research network, Tellimer Insights.

Through Tellimer’s distribution and reporting technologies, IHS Markit will publish a subset of its macroeconomic and country risk coverage to the Tellimer network.

Clients of Tellimer will be able to gain access to a sampling of IHS Markit’s macroeconomic and country risk research via subscription to the Tellimer Insights platform.

Duncan Wales, CEO of Tellimer Group, said: “The addition of IHS Markit’s economic and risk analysis to our network is a landmark moment for Tellimer, as we expand our coverage to include developed markets and become the research tool of choice for the world’s investment community.

“Our state-of-the-art distribution technology will deliver some IHS Markit research through a world-class content platform and provide an unbeatable array of investment intelligence to Tellimer clients around the world.”

“We are excited to provide Tellimer with a sampling of our economic and country risk analytical content and blogs.

“Our analytical capabilities enable customers to identify and optimize growth opportunities and mitigate risk in emerging market investment climates.” said Zbyszko Tabernacki, Global Head of Economics and Country Risk at IHS Markit.

The macroeconomic and country risk analysis from IHS Markit is the latest addition to Tellimer Insights, following other landmark agreements in the past year with Arion Bank, Everbright SHK, UniCredit and Alfa Bank.

Alongside original content produced by its own in-house team of analysts, Tellimer offers investment research and data from a growing network of global banks, independent research providers and key institutions in global financial markets.

Key areas of coverage include sovereign and corporate credits, equities, fixed income and macroeconomics.

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