Taylor Young, Alpha Look to Use Apps in Common

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LONDON--Taylor Young Investment Management (TYIM) is considering replacing its back-office systems as part of its effort to share resources with Greek asset manager Alpha Trust, which took a 40 percent stake in the UK firm last year. The two firms are first focusing on the back office and customer relationship management (CRM).

TYIM and Alpha Trust have been trying to identify opportunities to share systems where possible in an effort to reduce IT overhead as well as improve performance (BSIT

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