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The goal of technology innovation programs can be as lofty as harnessing the ideas of the brightest members of an organization or as practical as keeping up with the firm next door.View Issue
GIPS 2010 mandated many new and rigorous requirements for GIPS compliance and, according to a recent CutterBenchmarking survey conducted in early 2011, only 20% of firms responding at the time were compliant with the new requirements.View Issue
Investment managers have long struggled to manage the multitude of Best of Breed systems from different vendors that support their investment processes.View Issue
Buy-side asset managers are becoming increasingly focused on finding ways to successfully manage their growing stable of third party providers and ensuring that the services and deliverables meet the asset managers’ expectations.View Issue
Data management programs are never born or executed in a vacuum. The successful program is seen as a means to a greater end—achieving the firm’s medium to long-term strategic objectives.View Issue
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