About Us

Indxx seeks to redefine the global indexing space

Founded in 2005, Indxx is headquartered in New York City and has additional research offices in New Delhi and Prague. Our business is focused on Index Development, Index Calculation, Analytics & Research and combines these services in a holistic, customized approach that is unique to the industry and provides maximum benefits to our clients.

In 2009, we launched our first indices that serve as the underlying benchmarks for ETFs. Since then, we have successfully developed and licensed a multitude of indices to clients globally, offer real-time and end of day calculation services, and also provide many fund managers with tailor-made research and analytics.

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Our index calculation business is designed to provide a simple, one-stop solution to all the indexing needs of our clients. We serve an entire range of institutional investors and investment managers

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Indxx has been developing and licensing indices to clients since 2005.
We capitalize on our strong in-house research capabilities and experience in financial markets to develop unique and innovative index concepts, either on our own in-house or at the request of our clients.

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July 31,2016

Supranational Bonds- a Primer

An international entity created by two or more central governments to promote economic development of member countries.

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July 18,2016

High Consolidation in Agricultural Input: Creating Value for Investors

The Agriculture value chain is an interesting space. While much of it, like the natural resources space, is highly consolidated and controlled by large corporations or governments, billions of farmers around the world still form one key part of the chain.

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June 07,2016

Generic Drugs: A Potential Solution to Aging Demographics

If one goes by United Nations population estimates, we are living in a rapidly aging world.The global share of what we call ‘seniors’ (people age 65+) is expected to rise from nearly 8% in 2015 to more than 14% by 2050.

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