Markit, a leading, global financial information services company today announced that world class business news and analysis from the Financial Times is now available via Markit Hub.
Markit Hub aggregates research, strategy and news content from leading global banks, independent providers and news agencies.
Markit Hub users who have a corporate licence with the Financial Times will now have seamless access to FT news, analytics and comment within their workflow. This includes Lex, the FT's agenda-setting business and finance column, which helps readers improve decision-making by highlighting emerging risks and opportunities.
Heidi Johnson, managing director and head of Markit Hub, said: "The FT is a 'must-read' for the financial market professionals we service. It is fantastic that we can now bring this essential source of news, comment and analysis to our Markit Hub subscribers."
Caspar de Bono, managing director B2B at the Financial Times, said: "Joining Markit Hub reinforces the FT's commitment to providing subscribers with access to our world class journalism from anywhere and over the platforms most relevant to them."
Markit Hub provides institutional investors with personalised access to research, data and analytics through single sign-on technology that users can access anytime from anywhere. The Markit Hub community includes over 30 providers, whose content is accessed by 200,000 users via the platform's leading web and mobile delivery channels.