Oppenheimer's Switch To Portia Takes Place Amidst Staff Turnover

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NEW YORK-- Oppenheimer Capital expects to be busy through the end of the year with a series of technology projects, including the replacement of Sungard Data Systems' Port portfolio management system with Thomson Investment Software's Portia, a Year 2000 remediation program and the consolidation of three offices in lower Manhattan into a new site in midtown. The multitude of initiatives are being handled by a new executive responsible for the technology area, Graham Mellor, who joined the

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