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Neil Smyth

Marketing & Technology Director, StatPro Group

Recent Posts

Poor Data Control: key asset management challenges for 2017 and how to respond

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Abnormal Returns Data: the bane of the performance analyst

When it comes to measuring and analyzing performance in the asset management industry, the quality of both source and calculated data is of paramount importance.

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Future Dynamics in Asset Management

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Next Generation Performance Measurement: Why a Great Workflow Is an Asset Manager’s Best Friend

Workflow is the treadmill of asset management. This isn't to un-glamourize it: it's an essential component as the data around thousands of portfolios flow in. 

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Next Gen Performance Measurement: flexibility and advanced functionality

Flexibility and advanced functionality are the watchwords of any modern middle office when it comes to performance measurement.

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Next Gen Performance Measurement: data management

Ask any middle office team what keeps them awake at night and, nine times out of ten, they will cite one overriding issue: data management.

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Next Gen Performance Measurement: scalability and speed

Ask any asset manager about their dream system for the middle office and the response would typically include three words: fast, accurate and efficient.

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Next Gen Performance Measurement: making the complex simple

"Making the complex simple" is an ambition of the asset management industry that somehow never seems to materalize. As far as performance measurement is concerned, this is an intrinsically difficult area...

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Streamlined for Action: how combined analytics can boost operational efficiency

In a recent report, Ernst & Young created its "Top 10 action list to achieve better risk management". One suggestion is that leading managers will continue to be those firms which can exercise complete control...

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Shaping the Data: why the cloud works for smaller asset management firms

The benefits of combined performance and risk analytics are well documented, but until recently have been an impossible ambition.

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