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August 11, 2017  |   Volume III, Issue XXXVIII
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SOFTWARE & SERVICES EBRIEFING

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Software & Services eBriefing
Automation Part 7: Post-trade compliance and reconciliation

With regulators turning their attention to the investment management industry, it’s more important than ever for firms to establish a framework for post-trade compliance. Which areas should a framework focus on? We discuss that here.

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Wealth management in 2021: Are you ready?

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Imagine if Amazon and Google became major players in the wealth management business. They could leverage their enormous customer data advantage to target investors with highly tailored offers based on their purchasing or search histories. Think that’s far-fetched? Maybe not. Find out what industry experts have to say.

Leading future leaders

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How effective is your firm at identifying and preparing leaders? The difference between a mediocre organization and a great one often lies in the ability to bridge the transition between its existing leaders and those in the next generation.
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Congratulations! July 28 Puzzler Solvers:
Edward Safran, Omega Options Organization
Gabriel Ng, Parametrica Asset Management
Ian Arvin, IQS
Kevin Strutz, Acuity
Logan Owen, HCG Funds


Oct 15, 2017
NTAsset Selects SS&C for Fund Administration and Middle Office Operational Support

Oct 13, 2017
SS&C Closes Acquisition of CommonWealth Fund Services



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