Fairfax Financial Takes Princeton's ePAM for World Wide Portfolio Accounting


TORONTO--Fairfax Financial Holdings is to use Princeton Financial's ePAM, a web-delivered version of the PAM portfolio accounting system, for portfolio accounting across its US, Canadian and overseas insurance and reinsurance companies.

Fairfax's subsidiary, Hamblin Watsa Investment Counsel, also located in Toronto, serves as the investment manager for all of the Fairfax insurance and reinsurance companies. The ePAM system will enable Hamblin Watsa to provide accounting and reporting services

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