The word most commonly used to describe the financial industry and economic landscape in the Asia-Pacific region is 'fragmented.' The region includes some of the most sophisticated financial centers in the world, such as Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore, where firms and vendors deploy cutting-edge data management technology. But it also encompasses a patchwork of emerging nations whose growing importance for investors is not yet matched by advanced technological capabilities.
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