Standard & Poor’s Money Market Directories (MMD), a source of financial research and data on the institutional investor industry, has expanded its international coverage with the availability of its MMD Global dataset on MMD WebAccess. The new dataset includes asset information and contact details of pension funds, endowments, tax-exempt organisations and sovereign wealth funds from around the world, and complements its distinguished coverage of the US and Canadian marketplace.
The addition to MMD WebAccess will open the door for prospecting and identifying new business in the international investment community. With ongoing coverage of institutions in more than 80 countries (throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas), users will have the opportunity to reach out to over 20,000 key contacts managing a total of US$16 trillion in assets.
“Today, more than ever before, investment firms are compelled to seek out global opportunities beyond their immediate borders,” said Jay Zachter, managing director of Standard & Poor’s Directory Services. “With MMD Global, we remain committed to providing the most up to date, accurate and actionable information for this international market.”
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