Tellimer launches insights platform Scriber for investors

Tellimer, a global technology, information and data provider, has launched Scriber, a financial research and insights platform designed for independent analysts, traders, investors, subject matter experts and financial commentators.

The tool was created to offer research, insight and business commentary to the growing investment and trading community.

It claims Scriber will support the 300 million individual investors globally who trade and invest in a range of assets through new real-time trading platforms. These investors are typically highly networked across digital and social channels and are underserved by traditional data and information structures.

Additionally, it will also make it easier for market professionals to access a broader range of analysis.

Through the platform, users can access analysis of niche areas of financial management. Content creators will be able to distribute newsletters direct to paying subscribers and ensure their insights are discoverable on the web and distributed through social and professional research networks.

The service has been in open beta since April and has attracted around 500 individual and company creators that are delivering content to 150,000 subscribers.

Tellimer CEO Duncan Wales said, “From ESG to crypto and Gamestop, the shape of the global investment market is changing rapidly. Both retail and market professional investors are badly under-served by established financial information structures.

“We set up Scriber to build the future infrastructure for the market in financial information and investment insights. One where both professional and semi-professional investors and participants can access the sharpest independent financial expertise, easily. It is a powerful tool that combines the functionality of a professional research creation platform with the superior SEO and capital markets expertise that Tellimer is known for.”

Last week, Europe’s first social and community-based investing app, Shares, closed its Series B on $40m ahead of its launch in the UK. Through its app, users can learn and chat about investing with their friends, family and like-minded communities while getting access to hundreds of US stocks.

Social media is becoming a big influence on the WealthTech market. Last month, Zeed, which recently raised £205,000, has built a TikTok-inspired investing app.

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