Security is a primary concern for any asset manager looking to move their data to the cloud. The perception that this could also lead to a loss of control is another.
Middle offices producing ad hoc reports based on data pulled in from disparate legacy systems still takes place. But, increasingly, this approach falls short of client and regulatory demand.
The asset management industry will continue to face strong headwinds in the years to come, with the need to change the way it operates fundamentally important.
The asset management industry is under intense pressure to handle more data, more often, and with complete transparency.
With trading volumes down on pre-crisis years, how is it that asset managers have ended up with huge increases in data and calculation requirements?
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