Finbourne Technology, based in London, launched its Liberated Unified Secure Investment Data-machine, or Lusid, earlier this month. While complicated in its ambitions and technology, the platform ultimately aims to provide a common interface layer for “non-differentiating activities” in asset management, essentially removing the need to manage onboarding and upgrades in-house.
“Our clients are challenged because their technology infrastructure has not kept pace with the rate of change dictated
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