MayStreet Gets $21M Funding to Support Cost of Data Expansion

The vendor will use the funding to expand its data collection activities worldwide and hire resources to staff the effort.


New York-based market data infrastructure provider MayStreet is planning a global expansion and market data acquisition spree, after securing $21 million in Series A funding from Next Investors, the private equity division of Credit Suisse Asset Management.

The funding will allow the vendor—which has been almost entirely self-funded to date—to license data from equities markets around the world, to complete its global coverage by expanding its fixed income and treasury datasets, and to begin

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