Burton-Taylor provides annual market sizing and market share reports for four industries─financial market data; credit, fraud, risk and compliance; global share and segment sizing of exchanges; and media intelligence and PR/information software, covering areas such as corporate newswires.
The deal closed on Dec. 30, though the parties are not disclosing commercial arrangements, and includes the firm's brand, proprietary methodologies, and all existing data. Burton-Taylor will now form part of a
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