J.P. Morgan acquires stake in Mosaic Smart Data

J.P. Morgan has announced that it has added Mosaic Smart Data to its strategic investments portfolio, taking a minority stake in the company.

Mosaic uses state-of-the-art technology to address the challenges faced by financial institutions trading in FICC markets, including change management, productivity, efficiency, restructuring and the growing automation of trading processes. It’s platform provides a visualisation of market activity in real-time.

The company, which already has J.P. Morgan as a client, will use the new investment to continue expanding the range of asset classes its platform supports.

Warren Rabin, head of macro sales in America at J.P. Morgan said: “We are investing in our salesforce, and technology is part of that investment. These investments in people and technology reinforce our commitment to putting clients first in every aspect of our business.”

Matthew Hodgson, founder and CEO of Mosaic Smart Data, added: “J.P. Morgan's investment is testament that our technology has been built specifically for the challenges of capital markets. We look forward to using the investment to further empower our clients to gain insights across asset classes.”

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