Technology & Data

Systems and technology offer immense potential to the development of the fund management industry and the possibility of rapid evolution in how fund groups operate. Here we explore some of the latest ideas and industry developments in technology, including current and future technology applications and new innovations being explored and trialled.

Client communications: the stumbling block to next-gen client experience?

New research report commissioned by SimCorp and produced by Aite Group.

How asset managers can deal with the mounting costs of data

Fund Operator spoke with a lead Vendor Manager at a large European Asset Manager to get the inside sc...

Case study: Why moving to the cloud meant CG Asset Management could improve its security and continuity planning

Chris Taylor, Chief Operating Officer at CG Asset Management, explains why the firm decided to move IT operations to ...

Case study: How Glenmede is dealing with data in 2021

Mike Beck, Vice President at Glenmede, talks data challenges, the importance of automation and why the firm is building up IT skills among employees

Future-proof your fund administration in the wake of the pandemic

Technological advances, the success of remote working, and ongoing disruption provide an opportunity ...

Case study: How Saracen Fund Managers is using data to grow the business

David Taylor, Business Intelligence Manager at Saracen Fund Managers explores why data is the newest ...

The big question: which works best - outsourcing or in house?

Christina Schack at Vontobel Asset Management and Matthew Oakley at UBS explain which operating model...

Case study: How to build a climate transfer solution

Barney Schauble, chairman of Nephila Climate, explains the key challenges faced when launching a climate solution for investors and how these were overcome.

How to use external partners to strengthen the data management team

Marc Wright, Head of Data Strategy at Russell Investments, explains how to decide which data manageme...
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