The Public Interest

Anthony explains why it's important to keep an eye on acquired firms long after the ink has dried on the deal.


For the better part of three months, my colleague Rebecca Natale and I—with 90% of the hard work being done by Reb—spoke with current and former Fidessa staffers, as well as Fidessa clients and various other industry experts, to better under understand what is happening with Fidessa’s suite of solutions in the year following the Ion acquisition. In August, Reb broke the news about mass resignations at Fidessa. The two main questions, though, were why were so many people leaving, and what would

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