Cognito is an integrated financial PR and marketing firm, specializing in financial services, FinTech, and technology. With offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, Singapore and Hong Kong, we help firms improve their performance and manage their reputation. We provide planning, marketing, advertising, design, PR and social, together with software that delivers measurability and intelligence.

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Research: Asset Management and Online Search

10 May 2016

Everyone uses online search to find brands, products and information. At Cognito, we wanted to better understand how our clients’ brands were connecting with their target audience through online search. We also wanted to know how our efforts – media relations, digital marketing, social media management and content development & marketing – impacts these searches and improves our clients’ organic search rankings.

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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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06 May 2016

Top news headlines in FinTech and financial technology. New York Times and 60 Minutes examine how FinTech is challenging the major banks. Lawmakers are looking at potential regulation of FinTech companies and online lenders form an industry group. Prosper layoffs off 28% of workforce and venture capital funds slows for FinTech. FinTech survival tips, number one: spend cautiously.

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28 Apr 2016

Top news in Venture Capital for April. Empire Startups panel discusses investment decisions. VC funds raise $12 billion in new funds in Q1, corporate venture funds gain traction, VC funds look to diversify their portfolios and VC funds turn to activist investing.

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