11.08.2022

TMX Acquires Wall Street Horizon

11.08.2022
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TMX Group Limited announced it has agreed to acquire Boston-based Wall Street Horizon, Inc. (WSH), a leading provider of global market-moving action and corporate event data.

“TMX Group is committed to serving the evolving needs of our clients across the marketplace and connecting investors to the information they need to gain a competitive investment edge and manage market risk,” said Jay Rajarathinam, Chief Operating Officer, TMX Group. “The acquisition of Wall Street Horizon, an established provider of high-quality and unique market-leading solutions, is another important step forward for TMX Datalinx as we work to expand and enhance the content we provide to clients around the world.”

WSH provides traders, portfolio managers, academics and others an ever-expanding set of forward-looking and historical corporate event datasets, including earnings dates, dividend dates, options expiration dates, splits, spinoffs and a wide variety of investor-related conferences. Covering 9,000 publicly traded companies worldwide, the company offers more than 40 event types.

“The Wall Street Horizon team is thrilled to join TMX Datalinx,” said Wall Street Horizon, Inc. CEO Barry L. Star. “WSH has been the gold standard in delivering corporate events data to the institutional community and we look forward to combining our expertise with TMX Group’s global reach to scale our data services to market participants worldwide.”

Completion of this transaction is expected to close in Q4 and is subject to customary closing conditions. D.A. Davidson acted as exclusive financial and strategic advisor to WSH.

Source: TMX

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