Lowering the costs of investment automation, the Internet's role in investment technology and risk management are just some of the issues that will be discussed and debated at the annual Financial Investment Management (FIM) National show in New York later this month.
Looking to build on gains made in the last two years, host Flagg Management has lined up heavyweights Bloomberg, Thomson Financial, Standard & Poor's, Primark, Reuters and Factset to headline the exhibition of some 125 vendors.
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