A decade ago, the typical buy-side firm comprised three distinct areas: the front, the middle and the back offices, each responsible for managing its own well-defined functions. But that is no longer the case as buy-side firms look to move traditional middle-office functions into the front office, which is no small task. Victor Anderson speaks with Rob Keller, Eze Castle Software's* managing director of global product management, about how his firm is responding to such demands
Is the movement of performance and attribution, risk management and compliance functions from the middle office to the front office consistent with Eze Castle's view of the investment management industry? If so, what types of buy-side organisations are driving this trend? This is clearly the view that Eze Castle has of the investment management industry. This is something we have been saying for...
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