Investment Managers Are Learning Their Lessons After Trade Center Attacks


NEW YORK--Across the United States, investment management firms are taking stock of their priorities and their information technology. As expected, contingency plans are being reviewed. Firms are also realizing the need for resilient communications internally and externally.

For Nicholas-Applegate Capital Management, communication has become a priority. "We have placed emphasis on taking care of our existing clients. We are very focused at maintaining a dialogue with our clients during this

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