The Bank of New York (BNY) today announced the launch of its new DR Performance Analytics. This addition to the Bank’s depositary receipt website, adrbny.com, provides interactive analytics designed to evaluate price performance and trading volume of all exchange-traded depositary receipts.
“DR Performance Analytics responds to the investment community’s growing need for enhanced depositary receipt market intelligence and offer users a more robust on-line experience by providing quantitative analytics to track and measure depositary receipt market activity,” says the bank. “Key performance tables are designed to spotlight the market’s top performers. In addition to `Top 50 Most Active DRs’ and `Top 50 Most Active DRs with Price Up/Down,’ users may view `Top 50 Price Performers’ by both daily and year-to-date percentage change.
Home page highlights include intra-day spotlights on the three best price performers and the three most active issues. An additional feature is a comprehensive table of all exchange-listed DRs in the marketplace and their related intra-day and year-to-date price movements as well as the current day’s trading volume.”
“As the global diversification of investor portfolios continues to expand, depositary receipt market participants appreciate the wide range of international coverage and performance measurement tools that we make available through adrbny.com,” says Joseph M. Velli, senior executive vice president and head of The Bank of New York’s Worldwide Securities Processing Services. “DR Performance Analytics is a natural addition to the comprehensive depositary receipt market data and powerful analytical tools that we provide on our website.”
The Bank of New York is the world’s largest depositary for American and global
depositary receipts, allowing non-U.S. companies to offer dollar-denominated
The Bank currently issues depositary receipts for more than 1,400 programs representing 70 countries and accounts for 66% of all public sponsored depositary receipt programs.