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BattleFin Partners Refinitiv

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BattleFin, provider of an alternative data marketplace, has partnered Refinitiv to bring fundamental and reference data to its Ensemble platform. Alternative datasets within Ensemble’s platform will be mapped to Refinitiv’s identifiers, including PermID, to provide a holistic data workflow, helping investors, analysts and data scientists find alpha and new investment strategies. Refinitiv’s desktop research platform Eikon will also integrate workflow tools with Ensemble to improve data discovery for analysts and portfolio managers. Refinitiv customers will be able to access alternative datasets across Refinitiv’s data platforms, including quantitative data management platform QA Direct in the Cloud.

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