December 15, 2010
Burton-Taylor Report Shows 2010 Market Data/Analysis Spend Up 4.23% Globally, Asia Still Fastest Growing
Burton-Taylor data indicates Commodities & Energy and Investment Banking segments show highest growth rates, with market share gains for Bloomberg, IDC, IRESS, Morningstar, others
Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a recognized
leader in information industry market research, strategy and
business consulting, today released data projecting the 2010 global
spend for market data and analysis as up 4.23% versus 2009.
Burton-Taylor data shows the industry exited 2009 at US$22.72
billion and is projected to exit 2010 at US$23.73 billion. The data
also shows that, for the first time since 2008, the appetite for
financial market data/analysis grew in all three major regions; the
Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia. By
December 31, 2010, the largest segment in terms of global market
data/analysis spend will be Investment Management, while the largest
drop in spending will have occurred in the FX/Treasury segment.
Burton-Taylor estimates that Asia will lead all regions with a 9.75% increase in market data/analysis spend, while EMEA will have grown 3.63% and the Americas 3.2%. Investment Management segment users accounted for roughly 20% of all market data/analysis demand in 2010 and the segment grew 3.31% year on year. Although FX transaction revenues grew for the year, the demand for FX/Treasury desktop products dropped.
The Commodity & Energy segment increased demand 11.26% in 2010, benefiting key data/analysis suppliers such as Thomson Reuters, Platts and Telvent/DTN. Spend by the Investment Banking segment grew 8.04% and signaled a return to solid growth after the 29.49% meltdown in 2008.
Bloomberg, Morningstar and Interactive Data Corporation (IDC) will have shown the greatest organic growth in 2010, while S&P/CapIQ and IRESS each will have seen revenue increases of 16.7% aided by acquisition or currency conversion benefits.
For the first time Burton-Taylor is also tracking industry revenue and demand by product type, user type and institutional buyer type. Analytics, Research and Valuation products will have shown the highest growth rates in 2010, while the individual users increasing demand the most were Portfolio Managers, Investment Bankers/Corporate Financiers and C-suite Executives/Investor Relations users. Although the three year CAGR for overall global market data/analysis spend was 5.0%, Data products will have lagged at 4.3% while Order Management and Clearing/Settlement products grew at a double digit pace.
“A year that began with great uncertainty will end with solid growth and a positive eye to the future,” says Douglas B Taylor, Managing Partner of Burton-Taylor. “Growing deal volumes in the investment banking sector, increased activity in the asset management space, infrastructural demands in key emerging markets, and the continued growth of algorithmic trading and valuation feeds will keep momentum positive in 2011.”
“To meet the demand of this growing industry, and as a result of multiple requests from our market data vendor, market data user, private equity and global consulting firm clients, B-T are thrilled to announce the significant enhancement of our annual Financial Market Data/Analysis Global Share & Segment Sizing report,” Taylor says. “As always, the segment and competitor market maps included in our annual industry report may be downloaded free of charge. New this year, for those who purchase our complete report, will be more than 20 charts detailing demand by product type, market share by product type, demand by user type, market share by user type and demand by institutional buyer type. I am not aware that this level of detail has ever before been published for our industry. Burton-Taylor are proud to be the first.”
The Burton-Taylor Financial Market Data/Analysis Global Share & Segment Sizing 2011 - Key Competitors, Global Market Share 2005-10, Global Segment Sizing 2007-10, Global Product Mix 2007-10, Global User Mix 2007-10, Global Institution Mix 2007-10 report may be purchased at a pre-publication discount of 5% before January 11, 2011 by visiting the Research page or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 646 201-4152.
Burton Taylor’s 2011 global market data/analysis segment and competitor market share maps may be downloaded free of charge by visiting the Research Request page and inputting research sample code FINMARKET2011.
About Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC
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