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Optimizing investment operations: How to reduce costs, improve control and ensure compliance

The panel

  • Jaki Walsh, Vice president, operations and accounting, SimCorp
  • Suman Nag, Executive director, head of integrations and workflow, securities services, JP Morgan
  • Julien Haye, Global head of non-financial risk, Fidelity International
  • Moderator: Bastiaan Aalders, Director and head of the Netherlands for asset and wealth management consulting, Alpha

WatersTechnology, in partnership with Simcorp, hosts a webinar discussing how best to optimize investment operations, insight analysis and competitive differentiation.

As part of the discussion, our panel of experts unpack the findings of new research on the trend towards Everything-as-a-Service, the importance of data interoperability, and the use of managed business services for investment accounting and operations.

The research captures the perspectives of 200 buy-side leaders across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia-Pacific.

Key topics discussed:

  • The strategic priorities that are guiding 200 buy-side peers’ investments in their operating infrastructure
  • Why 91% of buy-side leaders are considering using managed services for investment accounting and operations
  • How managed business services can help reduce costs, maintain control and ensure regulatory compliance
  • The perceived obstacles to adopting managed services and how these can be overcome
  • How technology and services can be seamlessly integrated into a future-proof, data-driven operating model that empowers buy-side firms to meet their strategic objectives.

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