Hyperion Picks PAM As First Boston's Kyle Takes Over Reins

PORTFOLIO SYSTEMS

Hyperion Capital Management Inc. has chosen Princeton Financial Inc.'s Portfolio Accounting Management (PAM) system to replace an incumbent in-house system provided by Connecticut-based Brookside Corp. Hyperion's adoption of PAM follows the recent hiring of operations manager Thomas Kyle from First Boston Asset Management where less than a year ago he picked PAM to replace a system from Maximum Data Corp. (IMT, Oct. 18, 1991).

Hyperion, founded in 1989, is run by mortgage-backed pioneer Lewis

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