By Bruce Russell
Investment managers are making a lot of progress with investment data management. There is a significant investment in tools and infrastructure and most organisations have a strategic goal to improve the quality of investment data management on the belief that this will drive better investment outcomes.
But is this true? Are we on the cusp of unlocking new investment capabilities that leverages greater insight into our data or are we trying to find a solution for a problem that doesn’t exist?
By Wietske Blees
Liquidity risk is emerging as a top priority amid concerns that a “tick the box” approach to liquidity risk management could leave funds ill-prepared to deal with sudden reversals in market or client sentiment. That’s a risky place to be at a time when macroeconomic conditions are tightening globally, and many asset valuations are comparatively high.
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