Tyndall replaced proprietary systems with the Charles River IMS to improve flexibility and scalability, as well as better-integrated front- and middle-office functionality. Following the five month implementation, the manager now has fully automated portfolio management and trading capabilities, as well as real-time compliance monitoring tools.
Roger Bridges, head of bonds at Tyndall, explains that his firm sought more scalable, less spreadsheet-based investment management tools.
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