Siepe Builds out Middle Office Service

The investment management solution and cloud infrastructure provider is also planning to roll out a new risk management service.

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Siepe, a Texas-based investment management solution and cloud infrastructure provider, plans to build out its outsourced middle office capabilities and launch a new risk management solution.

“The two main areas that we will expand on will be providing a more holistic middle office service as it relates to having a full outsourced enterprise data management product … We will also add a risk managed service where we will interface with some of the top risk providers that are out there,” CEO

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