Management of index data and benchmarks is getting more costly and complex, and will continue to do so, according to a survey of 32 investment management firms conducted by Investit, an independent research firm, and commissioned by benchmark pricing, index and economic data provider Rimes Technologies.
The cost of buying index data was cited by 85 percent of respondents as the biggest issue in data management, while 60 percent said customized and blended benchmarks are an important issue, accor
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