Market Structure Partners is an independent strategic advisory firm specialising in the structure of capital markets and the impact of technology, regulation and competition on those markets.

We offer our specialist insight to help our clients all over the world to devise bold strategies, drive projects forward and develop deeper knowledge.

Our Consultancy

Our work spans internationally, with clients and projects across Europe, Australia, Middle East, Asia and North America.

We provide a breadth of consultancy services to a broad range of market participants, such as trading platforms, investment brokers, clearing houses, central depositories, data vendors and technology firms. See examples of our international projects on the map below:

Learn more about what we do.

Our Reports

Market Structure Partners provides tailor made reports for clients. We are particularly strong in benchmarking markets and services across the globe and providing context of different market structure models.

We aim to deliver meaningful yet understandable reports, offering industry insights based on extensive experience, interviews and research.

Examples of our publicly available reports are available here.

Our Latest Report
QUANTIFYING THE FUTURE: Investment Recommendations Go Digital
msp-report-front-cover-web How will technology and regulation impact the future of investment management, and how will it impact buy and sell-side relationships? Executive Summary & Report >>
Latest Press & Commentary
Featured Press
TIM Video Niki Beattie talks about the future for the buy and sell side due to regulatory and technological change following the publication of the MSP report "Quantifying the Future: Investment Recommendations Go Digital". Executive Summary & Report >>
As the markets evolve, so do we

Market Structure is always evolving and is destined to change substantially as technological innovation and regulation re-shape it. Market Structure Partners can help you understand the unknown and often presents on the Future of Markets. Read more about some of the areas we expect to dominate financial regulation in the coming months and years, such as Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and crowdfunding.