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The issue with the brackets are that these are metacharachters. This means that they have a special meaning in Regex. To get around this you need to escape them - this turns them back into their literal character - i.e. a bracket instead of a start to a group. The way to escape something is to put a \ in front of it.
Here is an example for yours. The \s represents a space.
This was very helpful, thanks for sharing. However, I'm kind of stuck on the next step. I'm trying to select multiple strings in a column which have ().
American Depository Receipt (ADR)
Global Depository Receipt (GDR)
REGEX_Match([Security Type], 'American Depository Receipt\s\(ADR\)\Corporate Bond/Government Bond\Global Depository Receipt\s\(GDR\)') I'm trying to use this formula to filter these strings but it isn't working. Is there any other way I can do this?