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Liquidnet Acquires Prattle on Heels of RSRCHXchange purchase

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Liquidnet, a global institutional investment network, continues expansion of its artificial intelligence (AI) investment analytics platform with the acquisition of Prattle, a provider of automated investment research solutions for portfolio managers and research analysts. The agreement builds on Liquidnet’s acquisition of RSRCHXchange, an aggregator of institutional research. In 2017, the company acquired OTAS Technologies. With Prattle’s NLP and data science technology, OTAS’s AI-driven analytics, and RSRCHXchange’s distribution platform, Liquidnet’s global network of asset managers will have access to investment analytics leveraging AI methodologies across both structured and unstructured data.

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