Eaton Vance Consolidates Offices, Eyes Portfolio System Upgrade In 2000


BOSTON--Eaton Vance Management has completed the relocation and consolidation of its three Boston offices into a single new site and is now turning its eye toward assessment of core investment systems in preparation for an upgrade next year.

New chief information officer Ra'ad Siraj, and new head of Eaton Vance's counsel group Jean-Claude Gruet, who both joined just a few weeks prior to the late-spring relocation, are spearheading the firm's evaluations. Siraj is also working on improving

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