S&P Indices and the Indexing Business in 2012 Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Standard & Poor's Indices is concluding a deal in the month of June 2012, together with the CME Group, the biggest global exchange for futures and options and majority owner of Dow Jones Indexes, to unite their various indices company into a novel joint venture labeled as S&P Dow Jones Indices.

This case illustrates the index provider business model via the lenses of this trade: sources of revenue and profitability, business valuation, uses of indexes in the cash management industry, types of indexes, intellectual property protection problems, and rivalry, promotion, and increased opportunities. The case makes particular emphasis on the strategic drivers for combination and business consolidation in an environment of increased competition, trends toward self-indexation, and increase of indexing at a global scale.

S&P Indices and the Indexing Business in 2012 case study solution

Publication Date: June 28, 2013 Product #: 213049-PDF-ENG

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