No More 'Sacred Cows' in Buy-Side Outsourcing

Alberto Corvo, managing principal, eClerx

There doesn't seem to be much hope among buy-side firms that 2012 will be a smooth year. The eurozone is still fraught with uncertainty, the regulatory picture has yet to take shape, and as a result of these and other obstacles, there are fewer opportunities for firms to make money.

Alberto Corvo, managing principal of financial services at outsourcing firm eClerx, says his firm is seeing a lot of requests coming from the buy side for things that he never would have anticipated just a couple

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