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Bridgewise raises another USD 21m for AI-driven share research platform

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AI-driven stock screening and research platform Bridgewise has successfully concluded a $21m funding round. The company, which provides stock data for Armchair Trader subscribers, has now raised over $35m. Among the companies involved in this funding round were SIX Group, Group 11 and L4 Venture Builder.

Bridgewise is already working with trading platforms and exchanges around the world. It covers over 90% of the listed stocks in the world on its multi-lingual AI database. The company has also started to roll out ESG screening tools. It was recently added to the London Stock Exchange Group’s suite of shareholder services products.

Bridgewise is planning to use the funds to expand its global reach as well as enhanced and scale up its existing AI technologies. The company recently opened and office in Singapore and is planning to expand its Asia Pacific operations. It also recently signed a deal with the Japan Stock Exchange.

Bridgewise technology is notable for its ability to be delivered in any language. The AI is also able to provide investors with sophisticated screening capabilities on emerging markets stocks and small caps, which is harder to find from other sources.

Bridgewise trained its machine learning algorithm using two decades of historical data. It also leverages a micro language model that helps it to generate reports for every security.

The company was founded in Tel Aviv in 2019 by Gabriel Diamant, Dor Eligula, Or Eligula and Mor Hazan. Bridgewise seeks to address a gap in research coverage of global securities. The company uses a range of different source data including share price performance, sophisticated peer analysis against shares in the same sector and public filings from companies. This includes news sentiment analysis.


Bridgewise currently has clients and operations in 15 countries, including the UK and USA. In November it inked a deal with JPX Market Innovation & Research for the dissemination of information on Japanese stocks. JPXI will use the Bridgewise AI technology to deliver more information of the Tokyo Stock Exchange listed companies to investors in Japan than ever before.

At the same time, JPXI is helping global investors find listed companies that are not covered by analysts, by disseminating information in multiple languages including English.

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