Mapping the future


Given the current financial pressures on investment management firms, companies need to step carefully in order to ensure solid results and avoid costly mistakes. Spending money on stand-alone technologies to reduce costs or build revenues can be a waste unless those initiatives form part of a company's 'roadmap', says Sumedh Mehta of Boston-based consultancy The Reference

Few would argue that finding ways to make clients happy is a good thing, or that finding opportunities to reduce

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