Cognito is an integrated communications consulting firm for the financial and technology sectors. With offices in New York, London, Los Angeles and Singapore, we help firms improve their performance and manage their reputation. We provide planning, marketing, design, PR and social campaigns, together with proprietary software that delivers measurability and intelligence.

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Is everybody ready for T+2?

08 Oct 2014

2014 is almost certainly the year of financial services regulation regulatory. And it will be also remembered as a year full of acronyms. After EMIR and MiFID II haunted the dreams of a vast range of financial services workers, it’s now the turn of T+2 – not a mysterious chemical formula but one of the most significant operational challenges that Europe’s securities markets have yet to face.

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Cognito Analytics offers a suite of online products that enable firms in the financial sector to improve their business through a more effective use of market, PR and competitive information.
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Tailored to the interests of communications professionals in the finance and financial technology sectors, Word of Mouth keeps readers abreast of current trends, issues and developments – as well supplying the latest news on Cognito and its clients.
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13 Oct 2014

One of the best ways to start the day is with a good coffee and an interesting discussion. Cognito London brought both together at our most recent Breakfast Byte with Syed Kamall, Member of the European Parliament for London and Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group.

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13 Aug 2014

In the final installment of our exclusive sit-down with Sven Bossu, Head of Sibos, we discuss all things social and how exhibitors and attendees can not only listen, but engage.

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