The firm, which supports eight investment teams, each focused on its own asset class and region, was founded in 1998 and has been overhauling its technology for the past two years.
"Ten years ago we started off very small and like a lot of firms, we bought a back-office system (Tradar) and then added home-built features as we grew," says Thames River's IT director Neil Tunley, formerly a managing director at Charles River. "That approach was fine for a number of years but we eventually needed
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