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


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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