Rob Hegarty Analyst Tower Group

2000/2001 Survey

What changes did technology bring to the investment management business in 2000? Were there any major developments?

1. Trade order management. The increase in interest for vendor-provided systems as a prelude to T+1. Investment management firms have begun to understand that the number and variation of solutions available can help them get to T+1 more quickly and more effectively than a proprietary solution.

2. Portfolio accounting. The evolution of the ASP model is probably the biggest change

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