"There's an ‘I' in IBOR, and I think that ‘I' is very important," said Vyas, who delivered the keynote address at this week’s IBOR breakfast briefing hosted by Waters. Vyas was at Wells Fargo Nikko Investment Advisors in 1994 when, after merging with Barclays Global Investors (BGI), the firm created what is considered to be the first industrial-grade investment book of record (IBOR). He has since developed IBORs both at a hedge fund that he co-founded in early 2000, and at CPPIB.
Vyas said it wa
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