Global Investment Performance Standards: The Technological Challenges

IMT VIEWPOINT

By David Mote. Business development director of Strategic Asset Management Solutions. e-mail

d.mote@sams.co.uk.

Experience shows that when new regulations or other changes to infrastructure come into being in the financial sector, the onus eventually almost always falls on the technologists to develop systems that make the change easier for financial institutions and other players to handle.

The truth of this observation is being shown right now by the implications of the introduction of a major

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