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We’ve all been in a situation where asking the same, seemingly straightforward question to five people has produced five different answers. Similarly, asking associates in various departments at an asset manager for AUM numbers or asset flow data, will likely elicit many varied answers. Why is that?View Issue
Investment managers need to do more than offer casual Fridays to resolve their technology resourcing challenges. They need to change their corporate culture in fundamental ways to give employees greater job satisfaction and improve the quality of their lives.View Issue
CEOs today have higher expectations for CMOs and their teams. They want marketing to do more to attract new clients, serve existing clients, and grow AUM.View Issue
It’s fascinating to learn about innovative technology and the new capabilities it can provide. New technology is cool. But for investment managers, new technology can also cause anxiety because it represents a risk of falling behind competitors who can adopt it more quickly or more effectively.View Issue
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