Data collection takes place in the following ways:
We are constantly expanding the database of articles, reports, analyses, law texts, authority comments & notes, lawsuits etc. The database is already on thousands of items collected via extensive research performed by our team.
We are continuously expanding our global network of legal expert informants, alerting us whenever relevant regulatory changes occur in their jurisdiction. An informant can be a lawyer or a legal expert from a financial regulator, a university or a company in the asset tokenization industry.
Around the clock, we automatically receive data and news via feeds and newsletters from FSAs, central banks and other relevant institutions and organisations in jurisdictions worldwide - including international organisations and authorities such as ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority), the European Commission, the ECB (European Central Bank), SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission), FRB (The Federal Reserve Board), FINRA (The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) and similar entities in other regions of the world.
Our global network of informants regularly participates in small surveys. We send out questionnaires 1-2 times a quarter with approximately 5-10 questions relating to relevant topics within asset tokenization in their specific jurisdictions. These questionnaires are similar from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and the answers obtained enable us to carry out comparative analyses of regulatory developments across jurisdictions continuously. The results of these comparative analyses make a significant contribution to the reports produced and sent out to The Token RegRadars subscribers.