Who we are
We are RavenPack, a vibrant and multicultural team that enjoys solving real world problems with innovative technology.
What we do
We help organizations extract value and insights from large amounts of information - and we do it quickly and easily.
Our products allow clients to enhance returns, reduce risk and increase operational efficiency. Today, we serve some of the most sophisticated banks, hedge funds, and organizations in the world.
Since 2003, RavenPack has been one of the leading data analytics providers in financial services and our journey continues as we are now expanding into new markets.
We are more than 120 team members, representing over 30 distinct nationalities, and we speak more than 24 different languages. While we’re all very different, we have one thing in common, a passion for advancing information technology and having a positive impact on our society.
Meet our leadership team
CEO and Co-Founder
Jason S. Cornez
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Product Officer
Chief Data Scientist
Director of Sales
Director of Finance
Director of Business Development
The Latest from RavenPack
| March 25, 2020
Coronavirus - What Data Investors Should Look at: Affected Stocks, Recession Fears, and more...
Will the coronavirus lead to another recession? How are stocks being affected? Check this page regularly for infographics based on our news and sentiment data delivering insights for investment professionals. You can also subscribe to receive our Covid-19 updates via email.
| March 23, 2020
The Rise of the BioPharma Stock Market: A Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine
Biopharma has provided one of the few defensive sectors during the coronavirus rout and our news sentiment data can help investors make the most of it.
| March 17, 2020
What is the News Really Telling Us About the COVID-19 Pandemic?
What light, if any, can news analytics shed on the coronavirus epidemic? In this post, Peter Hafez, Chief Data Scientist at RavenPack, relates his findings, including how, in many cases, a spike in news volume leads official reports of confirmed cases, and how virus-news as a percentage of total news can provide an indicator for market returns in sensitive sectors.