Institutional Access

Exante Data serves the world’s most sophisticated investors using a combination of in depth data analytics and human conceptual thinking. We have a global team of world-class full-time analysts, focusing on a set of themes where we have an edge and unique insights. We view our client relationships as partnerships, and focus on long-term and in depth cooperation.

Solution Features

Exante Data Analysts / Strategists

Our team of world-class analysts works around the clock to provide risk takers with an edge. Our analysts are based in New York, Washington DC, London, Barcelona, Oslo, Bogota and Paris. Our strategists highlight the most important aspects of all the data we track, and put the conclusions in front of risk takers via real-time commentary and in depth research.


Our data platform consists of a suite of dashboards that allow risk takers to quickly and objectively analyze data on everything that moves macro markets (inflation patterns, credit trends, positioning, cross-border flows, etc). We evolve the platform based on changing market dynamics so it is always ahead of the game.

Bloomberg Chat

The world’s top institutional investors and active risk takers use Exante Data’s around the clock Bloomberg chat to get access to real-time color on market moving events, economic trends, investor positioning, capital flows and trade ideas from Exante Data’s lead strategists.

Research & Data Monitors

Our research is delivered in concise reports via email and website, and includes a mix of insights from timely data monitors (such as our China Activity Tracker) and regular central bank FX intervention updates, and thematic analysis that evolves continuously to reflect changing macro and market conditions. We do not do maintenance research. We only focus on what is moving markets and what is top of mind for global macro investors.


Our data, including proprietary time series, can be accessed via an easy to use API, so investors can embed it in their own research and investment process including in-house modeling or back-testing.