Major Changes to Research Consumption Unlikely For U.S. Investors
Changing regulations have yet to make a significant impact on U.S. investor engagement with research.
What you will learn in this report:
- Which types of research will the buy side be using?
- How does the buy side want their research delivered?
Though many in the investment community expected that the implementation of MiFID II would thoroughly upend research consumption, buy-side analysts and portfolio managers who manage U.S. equities have yet to express making substantial changes to their research usage practices. However, there are some shifts in priorities that may be on the horizon as shown in the preferences on types of research and delivery methods shared as part of the 2018 All-America Research Team survey.
Nearly 3,900 investment professionals at 1,359 institutions managing an estimated $13 trillion in U.S. equities participated in Institutional Investor‘s 2018 All-America Research Team survey.