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2007

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About Novus

Novus was founded by a group of investors, data scientists and engineers to build a foundation that helps top investors generate higher returns. Some of the top investment managers and allocators managing approximately $1 trillion work with Novus to transform technology, data and analysis to generate higher returns. Through the firm's data-driven approach, analytics and team of ex-portfolio managers and investors, Novus is transforming the way the world invests. The company collects disparate data from both public and private sources, enriches it with market, economic and fundamental data, and provides it on a full distributed technology platform. In addition, Novus supports clients with some of the industry's top analytical minds, helping them source new ideas, monitor existing behaviors and investments, and structure portfolios that minimize risk and maximize upside.On November 12th, 2021, Novus was acquired by SEI. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Novus Headquarter Location

130 East 59th Street 12th Floor

New York, New York, 10022,

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212-586-3030

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Swedish People, Parties Polarised Over Joining NATO Amid Russia Scaremongering

Jan 21, 2022

Swedish People, Parties Polarised Over Joining NATO Amid Russia Scaremongering Swedish People, Parties Polarised Over Joining NATO Amid Russia Scaremongering As a result of what the Russian Embassy has described as an "incomparable propaganda campaign", a majority of Swedes are now afraid of Russia as a superpower –... 21.01.2022, Sputnik International 2022-01-21T06:55+0000 https://cdnn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e5/0c/0d/1091477857_2:0:3643:2048_1920x0_80_0_0_8d17c4f48fe20735d3597d801531982d.jpg As the perennial NATO debate has flared up anew in Sweden a poll has indicated that the population is split over accession to the alliance.In a survey conducted by pollster Novus, just over a third, 37 percent of respondents, said yes to the prospect of NATO membership. Slightly fewer, 35 percent, said no. As many as 28 percent were undecided.While somewhat more people in the survey were in favour of joining the alliance, the difference was statistically insignificant. Yet, compared to a previous survey in 2017, the shift is considerable. At that time, 32 percent said yes to NATO, whereas the negative side was much larger at 43 percent.A majority of the nation's parliamentary parties are now in favour of the theoretical NATO option, but are equally divided for and against actual membership. While the Moderates, the Centre, the Christian Democrats, and the Liberals are in favour of NATO, the ruling Social Democrats, the Left, the Greens, and the national-conservative Sweden Democrats are against. "Sweden should not join NATO, but the most important thing Sweden should do is to invest more resources in the total defence. However, Sweden should continue to cooperate with NATO", the Sweden Democrats said.The recent round in the NATO debate comes amid unprecedented scaremongering of a war with Russia, regardless of how absurd it may sound. While Russia is being painted as an "aggressor" in the media, top-ranking politicians and members of the military, including Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist and Supreme Commander Micael Byden, have made hawkish statements identifying Russia as a "threat". Furthermore, Hultqvist said earlier this week that an attack against Sweden couldn't be ruled out.Among other things, Russia's recent movement of ships in the neutral waters of the Baltic Sea was named as the chief reason behind the appearance of armoured troops on the streets of Gotland, Sweden's largest island. This comes on top of the "Russian threat" perennially floated in the media, including the mini-series "When the War Comes", where Moscow is featured as an adversary.As a result of this scaremongering tactic, a clear majority, 59 percent, said in the Novus poll they are afraid of Russia as a superpower. By contrast, only a third, 29 percent, were afraid of the US. As the anti-Russian hysteria peaked, the country's embassy in Stockholm even had to assure ordinary Swedes that Moscow has no plans to attack the Scandinavian nation. The embassy explained that it had received "numerous inquiries from Swedish citizens, mainly from children and the elderly".According to the embassy, allegations that Russia would like to fight Sweden are aimed at "convincing ordinary taxpayers that they need to invest more money for military needs and obediently follow instructions from across the Atlantic".By contrast, the embassy assured Russia would like to develop "good neighbourly relations" and develop a "mutually beneficial dialogue". https://sputniknews.com/20220114/sweden-bolsters-gotland-patrols-amid-nato-russia-tensions-1092251216.html As a result of what the Russian Embassy has described as an "incomparable propaganda campaign", a majority of Swedes are now afraid of Russia as a superpower – to the point that the nation's embassy there has even had to soothe ordinary Swedes and assure them that Moscow doesn't plan to attack the Scandinavian country. As the perennial NATO debate has flared up anew in Sweden a poll has indicated that the population is split over accession to the alliance. In a survey conducted by pollster Novus, just over a third, 37 percent of respondents, said yes to the prospect of NATO membership. Slightly fewer, 35 percent, said no. As many as 28 percent were undecided. While somewhat more people in the survey were in favour of joining the alliance, the difference was statistically insignificant. Yet, compared to a previous survey in 2017, the shift is considerable. At that time, 32 percent said yes to NATO, whereas the negative side was much larger at 43 percent. "The yes side has progressed strongly compared to 2017, so now there are about as many who are for NATO membership as against. But about a third cannot answer the question, that is really where this question is decided", Novus CEO Torbjörn Sjöström told national broadcaster SVT. A majority of the nation's parliamentary parties are now in favour of the theoretical NATO option, but are equally divided for and against actual membership. While the Moderates, the Centre, the Christian Democrats, and the Liberals are in favour of NATO, the ruling Social Democrats, the Left, the Greens, and the national-conservative Sweden Democrats are against. "Sweden should not join NATO, but the most important thing Sweden should do is to invest more resources in the total defence. However, Sweden should continue to cooperate with NATO", the Sweden Democrats said. The recent round in the NATO debate comes amid unprecedented scaremongering of a war with Russia, regardless of how absurd it may sound. While Russia is being painted as an "aggressor" in the media, top-ranking politicians and members of the military, including Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist and Supreme Commander Micael Byden, have made hawkish statements identifying Russia as a "threat". Furthermore, Hultqvist said earlier this week that an attack against Sweden couldn't be ruled out.

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Novus has filed 103 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Implants (medicine)
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  • Biomaterials
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